We went to Dunn's Fall. Booked through jamaicacruiseexcursions.com at about half the price of Carnival. Ricky our guide was great and was waiting for us as we exited the terminal building. He gave us history about Jamaica and answered all of our questions. The van held 8. The drive to Dunns was about 1 1/2 hours. Jamaicans drive fast and tailgate, but was never afraid. We bought water shoes before going so did not have to buy there. We had a guide that took us up the falls and took our picture with our camera several times (next time will purchase a nice digital waterproof camera and put a floatie on it) with a disposable water proof camera. The guides earnings comes from tips we tipped him $10. Also a person videotaped the trip. We bought the tape and we were on it quite a bit. I paid attention to during the climb because did not want to buy if I did not think we were in it. In the beginning of the DVD there is information about Jamaica. Ricky suggested and rightly so not to purchase items in the village-craft area right outside Dunns. But people seemed friendly and did not take it wrong when I said I did not want anything. On our way back to MoBay we stopped at a store and was able to buy souveniers and hubby bought Cuban cigars. He also took us to a Harley Davidson store which we requested. We then went and eat Jerk chicken and pork. The name was the Rib _____. Very good. I had asked Ricky what Jamaica's greatest asset was and he stated the people. He was right!