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A must see when visiting Jamaica - YS Falls

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YS Falls opened in 1990. It is a nature-based attraction offering the opportunity to experience the beauty of the waterfalls surrounded by lush gardens and magnificent trees.

There are seven waterfalls, several which cascade into natural pools. Some areas are fairly rocky and do not allow swimming.

Lifeguards on site, indicate which areas are for swimming, however, being able to swim is a requirement. There is a natural pool, fed by underground and above ground springs, which is more suitable for children and others unable to swim.

More recent additions to the attractions at YS Falls, include exhiliarating canopy rides, which glide from the top of the falls to its base, and river tubing. These adventures are accompanied by experienced guides to take care of you along the way.

http://ysfalls.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=15&Itemid=29

YS Falls consists of 7 (seven) waterfalls, pools, lifeguards on duty, canopy rides (extra fee), bathroom and changing facilities, eatery/grille. YS Falls is located 50 miles in the St. Elizabeth Parish.

If you find yourself in Jamaica, you should definitely give this place a shot.

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