Some things to do at the Falmouth cruise port in Jamaica include touring the lagoon, lounging on the beaches or strolling along historic Falmouth. Visitors can also enjoy the local culture at the Outamenhi park.
Tourists to Falmouth can experience the local history and culture by wandering through the well-preserved port, one that has been in operation since the 1700s. A walking tour of the area needs to include the Falmouth Historic District to view original Georgian architecture, Water Square that served as the center of the community for centuries and the Albert George Market, established in 1895. After traveling through history, visitors can get a taste of the Jamaican culture at Outamenhi, a 5-acre park featuring music, dancing and re-enactments.
Visitors can also partake in many outdoor experiences, such as water tours through the Falmouth Swamp, a wetland preserve that boasts snakes, iguanas and crocodiles. There are also water tours that take place on the Luminous Lagoon, a lagoon filled with glowing, bioluminescent organisms in which it is safe to swim. After paddling about in the glowing lagoon, tourists can relax on some of Falmouth's pristine beaches, such as Burwood and Jacob Tyler Public Bathing beaches, or take a short excursion to Dunn's River Falls and Park.