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The previous reviewer, Alexander B, was spot-on. I brought a study abroad group to Cranbrook a few weeks ago, and everyone had a wonderful, enjoyable, and relaxing experience. Our group had been discussing the history that Jamaica's landscape tells, and the visit was a perfect...More
I found this on a list of beautiful places to visit near Ocho Rios so today my brother, niece and I drove over for the afternoon. There aren't any signs out anywhere because they are apparently under new management and still in the process of...More
we took a cruise in April and one of our adventures was zip lining in Jamaica, we used CHUKKA to set up our day and the crew there were amazing!!! they made our adventure the best I have ever had. all the guy where GREAT!!...More
Read trip advisor reviews and always looking for new things to do near Ocho Rios so decided to visit. The site is an active Chukka zip line operation. There is a sign that points to Cranbrook Gardens and a path beyond. I think if we...More
We drove ourselves to here in a hire car and it was helpful that this was a Suzuki Jimny as the approach road is awful.
The gardens are lovely and we walked a fair way up the river into the forest and saw streamertails.
I absolutely loved this place. We were greeted by peacocks (actual peacocks) and they put on a show lol. The property is so well kept and clean. A lovely place with a variety of activities to do (hike, bike, zip lining) or just relax by...More
This is a nice picnic spot en route Kingston from Ochi or Port Antonio off the 'freeway'. The place is picturesque and well maintained. And given the fact that it is a free attraction, you can't go wrong.
Plenty of picture opportunities. The wading river...More
We visited Cranbrook Flower Forest April 10, '08. We loved Cranbrook - went on the River Nature Trail on our own, even though we could have had a guide. The path to the end, at the river head, seemed fairly easy to figure out &...More