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Great scenery

Little Dunn’s waterfall is less crowded than the big one but comes from the same source uphill... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Amazing Scenery

This is a beautiful secret location isolated from the tourist filled waterfalls and beaches. There... read more

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A3 | Across the road from Mystic Mountain, Ocho Rios, Jamaica
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Little Dunn’s waterfall is less crowded than the big one but comes from the same source uphill. Nice water, great photos to take, free of charge to have a nice time. We stopped there coming back from the beach it was worth

Thank Quentin J
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a beautiful secret location isolated from the tourist filled waterfalls and beaches. There was delicious fish for sale so bring cash. It's also very rocky when standing so water shoes are recommended. It's refreshing despite the trash. If you're environmentally conscious you may...More

1  Thank Tiff_Om_5
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Baby Dunn's is right across the street from Dunn's main entrance. Not much parking available alongside the main road, but it's a quick easy walk from Main St. with the hotels and resorts. There were only a handful of locals there, but when we left...More

Thank Ash N
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Easily accessed from Ocho rios, 45 min from the runaway bay, free entrance. Falls falling directly to ocean, , has a small cavern, 1m deep water. a lots of people to help to go down if needed. tips not needed.

Thank dunger99us
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Nice place need to keep clean the people who selling their items too expensive.1 spice bun $125 or$120.00 the soup was $150.00. need some trash cans

Thank Rose L
Reviewed 9 July 2018

the water is great especially the waterfall its really powerful even if you have the worst back pain it gets rid of it and the swing over the sea is really fun. I had a blast.

Thank Summer S
Reviewed 4 July 2018

This spot is a hidden jem! We went here with our Tour guide. It was a really quick stop. you basically jump into the water, and walk up a waterfall. you could spend as much time there as you watned, but we were in the...More

Thank Per55ia
Reviewed 2 July 2018

Got taken here by a friend of ours from Jamaica and it really is a little hidden gem known mostly to and frequented mostly by the local Jamaican people. Lovely little oasis, beautiful water and just a nice place to chill, have a few beers,...More

Thank dollyxdimple
Reviewed 13 June 2018

Great resort for the money and well worth the trip! The food was high quality and diverse to satisfy most tastes. Rooms were well kept as well as the grounds. They give real meaning to "All-inclusive". I will always seek out Riu Hotels for my...More

1  Thank 2SavvyTravelers2018
Reviewed 8 April 2018

A beautiful and unique place. Overall cleaner than I expected but still too crowded. This is of course a major tourist destination so I didn't expect to have the place to myself, but the ammount of people climbing with us, as well as the other...More

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13 April 2018|
Response from LaddyBritish |
Well I cannot swim and I have visited there before. So yes it is suitable. Just don't go putting yourself in a "swimmers situation".