Good Hope Hiking - Insider's Private Tour

About this tour

The history and architecture of Good Hope is remarkable for its' authenticity, with the largest collection of Georgian Plantation Architecture left in tact in the Caribbean.  Good Hope, (6 miles inland from Falmouth), was among Jamaica’s largest and most prosperous Sugar Plantations, with one of the best Views on the island, from the Good Hope Great House across the magnificent Queen of Spain Valley, to the inpenetrable Cockpit Mountains.   And a beautiful network of walking trails across 2,000 acres.  Walks can take you along the fresh water Martha Brae River, where you can swim, or to find several wonderful Georgian ruins in the Orange Groves - your choice among many!  Perhaps the best Hiking Trails found on Jamaica's North Coast!

Until recently you would have only stumbled into Good Hope, if you were taking an art class, or a Yoga retreat, getting married, or luckiest of all, a kid at Camp.   And were it not for the Falmouth Cruise Pier, Good Hope may have remained hidden. Instead, they formed a partnership with adventure tour operator Chukka Caribbean, and together they have fitted Good Hope out, with zip lines and horse drawn carriages, ATV trails and river tubing.  After you've been hiking or birding - you will have a Chukka Park Pass, allowing you to visit Aviary, Food Village, Pool, Waterfall, Playground and Gift shop - a al carte Adventure Activities additional.





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