The Black River Safari one of Jamaica’s best known natural habitat and the country’s largest navigable river. The Black River Safari is a encompasses many things but more noted for the marriage of ecology and history while entertaining.
Situated on the South coast of Jamaica in the Parish of St Elizabeth, the Black River Safari is significant to the overall balance of the country’s eco-system. A tour on this nature lovers paradise will take you three miles up the river and back. The natural beauty of the milieu will mystify the mind like never before. The over 100 species of beautifully plumed birds that made the Black River Safari home will always seems to bring one’s mind closer to how great creation is. However, perhaps the most famous residence of the Black River Safari are the endangered crocodiles.
This river is quite populated with the crocodiles ranging in all different sizes. There are also a wide array of fresh water fish who find it quite favorable to occupy the Black River as well creating a perfect balance of wild life. This is one of Jamaica’s best natural resources which keeps foreigners and locals amazed at the abundance of nature that is concentrated in this little spot.
The south coast of Jamaica is gaining popularity and is quite a fun place to visit. With attractions such as Lover’s Leap, YS Falls, Treasure Beach, Cashew Ostrich Farm, Appleton Rum Factory among others the reason for the visitors upsurge is understandable. The next time you visit the south try and place Black River Safari on your agenda.
Black River Safari
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A day tour with Best Jamaica to the Black river could certainly worth your while. There are other interesting places in close proximity that could enhance the overall experience of an enthralling day to the south of Jamaica. Let us help you to plan and get the best out of your Jamaica vacation.
This tour can be combine with YS Falls and Appleton Rum Tour or Pelican Bar on a day trip. We are staying true to creating value for money.