It’s an activity not quite like the usual idea of ‘rafting’. No white waters, rapids that can capsize you or fear in people’s eyes. Rafting the Martha Brae River is super relaxed.

You can see wildlife on the banks of the river along the way, and hear the sound of tropical birds in the forest. You’ll have a guide on your raft who will give you plenty of information on what you’re seeing. And how he made the raft.

And he will probably sing some typical Jamaican songs along the way. All you have to do is sit and relax.

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