I am consumed with the beauty of Reggae Fall everyone. My love for it is detrimental.
I started my journey from downtown Kingston on a public transport to one of St Thomas hidden gems. It is magical and unaffected by mass tourism.
I trailed the path of stones. I saw unique plants and even a donkey. If you are planning on driving you will be able to go through the gravel-laden river bed if there is no heavy rain. When I got to the river, It was depth-less thus making it easy to walk through.
The aftermath was a discontinued hydro-electric plant called Reggae Falls. The water gushes above the dam's hardened boarder, creating a bottomless swimming pool .
The falls from the Johnson River is situated in a rural community just outside of Seaforth called Hillside.It is known as DamHead to members of the community. I was told by members of the community that the falls is about 70ft high, and attracts hundreds of people on the weekends.
It’s a great place to visit. You can climb to the top of the falls, have a party and swim while enjoying the river and admiring the stunning view.
Even though it is not a natural waterfall, you’ll have endless fun creating memories. In short, My trip to Reggae Falls was amazing.
Ever been to Reggae Falls? How was it? Spill!
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You've discovered my blog. I'm delighted you're here. Maybe it's destiny. I'm Doreen Lillian Scarlett welcome to Nature's Sweet Escapes where I go on the far side of Instagram to document and share my adventures.