Returing to Reggae Falls

Going through my gallery, I realize I don’t have a clip of the gorgeous Reggae Falls. I decided to take my fifth trip to capture my one minute video for the gram.

Upon reaching the falls it was like the movie Fifty-One first dates as with every visit it’s like experiencing nature at its finest for the very first time. Instantly I was reminded reasons why I love  Reggae Falls .

Upon reaching the falls it was like the movie Fifty-One first dates as with every visit it’s like experiencing nature at its finest for the very first time. Instantly I was reminded reasons why I love Reggae Falls.

I didn’t arrive at my usual time so I was greeted by a massive crowd enjoying themselves at the river. I was disappointed because I wanted a clip of the falls without anyone being a part of it so I decided to wait until the crowd started to disperse. There he was my tour guide from previous visits to kept my company. We talked about how packed the river was and how we first met.

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Time pass and I finally got the clip of the majestic falls flowing into the river.

  1. It’s so lush

If you didn’t know I love the colour green ever since I started exploring this beautiful island I call home. I am head over heels with how green and luscious this part of Morant Bay is. It’s everything I imagined Morant Bay to be. I was surrounded by greenery and it felt like where I actually belong.

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2. Morant Bay’s best- kept Secret

Reggae Falls has the most spectacular scenery in Morant Bay thus far. I was awestruck by how overwhelmingly stunning the mountains that evidently bulged out straight from the river, soaring sky-high.

This very minute travel with me as I try to sway you on how Reggae Falls is indeed the most amazing place in St. Thomas.

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3. A Wide Variety of Wildlife

My first time seeing a wild life was in St. Thomas, Morant Bay. This is definitely the perfect to visit if you love animals. There was a donkey and different types of species of birds. You will defiantly have a personal contact with wildlife.

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4. Gee, What a History

Reggae Falls is a hydro- electric plant built in 1920 hydro- electric program created 18 metre high down built in 1920 which is called Reggae Falls. The name Reggae Falls was given after the Reggae Boys qualified for the 1998 world cup in, France. According to the residence of the Hillside community.

It’s me of the most unrealistically beautiful place I’ve visited and I’m desperately planning my next visits.

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5. The Stunning Waterfall

I can’t get enough of the beautiful man-made falls. My best spot is the reggae falls.

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6. Off The Map

The remote of this stunning fall only made It more appealing. Its miles from Kingston and there’s little to none public transportation from sea view to hill side, despite this, it’s a popular tourist destination.

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 7. Random Spots

There are so many spots to swim, relax, play and stare at the beautiful waterfall.

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Have you heard of this part of Morant Bay? Would you visit this side of Morant Bay? Have you ever felt this way about a place you have explored? SPILL!