The water is one thing though, for me it is just the lush greenry, natural beauty
and tranquility this place offers - I wondered why I never hear of it
Which takes me to the next point... From whence came this place? When was it 'discovered'?
About Benta Falls Jamaica
I spoke the proprietor, Mr. Stacy Wilson. His story is like many of the other success stories. It came from a position of trials and tests.
He had challenges with his family sugar cane business. In fact, according to him, they made a net profit of only $3,000 JMD from their last crop!
The river and falls were always there, but only the locals seemed to know of, and visited it. And so he convincesd his siblings to join him in his vision. Long story short, they totally transformed the place and opened to the world in 2017.
Today is the the most talked about attraction in Westmoreland!
I Should Tell You!
This place is popular for the falls, but those who have been there have all spoken about the Local Jerk Chicken - you should definitely try it when you go there!
It is also used as a preferred campsite here in Jamaica.
They are open everyday!
Video! We Made A Video From The Clips and Pics (Click Below To Watch)
Jamaican Residents Adult: J$ 500 Child: J$ 250
Non-Jamaican residents Adult: US$20 (or JA equivalent) Child: US$20 (or JA equivalent)
They however has group discounts available.
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