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A heartbeat of Jamaica - Discover Falmouth

Cruise ship terminal, Jamaica
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Taxi at Cruise Port

When we disembarked our cruise ship for the day in Falmouth, we wanted to get a taxi from Falmouth... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
SherylWeil
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Logansport, Indiana
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Great port area!!

Recently toured the port area of Falmouth, Jamaica while sailing on the RCI ship Harmony of the... read more

Reviewed 6 September 2017
Kevin V
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

When we disembarked our cruise ship for the day in Falmouth, we wanted to get a taxi from Falmouth to Montego Bay. We walked to the taxi hub and they preceded to put us on a bus for 20 plus people, and they wanted us...More

Thank SherylWeil
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

Recently toured the port area of Falmouth, Jamaica while sailing on the RCI ship Harmony of the Seas. This port area is very clean and picturesque, with lots of shops and a festive Margaritaville bar/restaurant/pool area. Really enjoyed our stroll through this small area.

Thank Kevin V
Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

This was a port we stopped at with Royal Caribbean. This stop is great if you have an excursion not a place to go out on your own. We are from Denver and as you would suspect some of our party members like to smoke...More

Thank plassmadischarge
Reviewed 23 April 2017

We were staying in Montego Bay and went to Falmouth on a day when there were no cruise ships in. There was not much to see! It has some Georgian buildings but if you want the shopping then go went there are ships in. We...More

Thank Jane N
Reviewed 18 January 2017 via mobile

On a cruise to Falmouth on the harmony of the seas .. nice people here , took a tour to Montego Bay with a taxi guy called JOE he was so funny ... went to a fishing village and several small towns , enjoyed this...More

1  Thank Judy M
Reviewed 25 September 2016

not very friendly place . They can be dishonest on pricing. take your time shopping otherwise they will cheat you. price changes by the time you get to the checkout counter. not a good experience. the place however is clean and enclosed from surrounding area...More

Thank VanHien T
Reviewed 1 May 2016

I would like to visit again and take one of the tours next time. Venturing off on our own, our preferred way, was a mistake here. Too many pushy vendors. Definitely take a tour inland Our friends did and they raved about it. Oh well,...More

Thank Mark P
Reviewed 4 April 2016

The cruise ship terminal is fine but don't go out of it! Awful place - followed around by people constantly in your face asking for money and making you feel really really uncomfortable. Would not go back to Jamaica again as I didn't feel at...More

Thank Laycock100
Reviewed 19 March 2016

You know, you kind of get to the point where you won't look anymore at anything even from outside the shop because you get pounced on. Was really quite overwhelming. There was not much there and it was that windy that we decided to just...More

Thank Melanie S
Reviewed 28 February 2016

We were here with Royal Caribbean. It's nice that the ship is right there, it's a 1 minute walk from the ship into the shopping area. We counted 13 jewelry stores! There are some T-shirt style little stores, a Quiznos and a Dairy Queen! There's...More

1  Thank Cindervermont
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