Pictures of Dunn's River Falls

This section of our waterfall pictures website features beautiful pictures of Dunn's River Falls. Dunn's River Falls is a popular destination for nature lovers, tourists in general, and people who just love waterfalls.

These pictures of Dunn's River Falls let you see Dunn's River Falls from several different angles, and they give you a good idea of what to expect when visiting Dunn's River Falls.

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Dunn's River Falls Facts

The Dunn's River Falls is one of Jamaica's national treasures located in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. The waterfall is a major Caribbean tourist attraction that receives thousands of visitors each year. The waterfalls are terraced like giant natural stairs with several small lagoons located between the vertical sections of the falls.

If you are traveling to Jamaica I would highly recommend taking the tour to Dunn's River Falls. Unlike most falls, where you get to view the falls from a path or from various scenic lookouts, this one you can actually climb with a tour guide to lead the way.

The falls empty into the Caribbean sea giving you a tropical vista of pristine white sand beach before you start the climb of 180 feet (55m) high and 600 feet (180m) long.

Dunn's River Falls in one of the very few travertine waterfalls in the world that empties directly into the sea.

There are stairs alongside the falls for those people who do not want to, or unable to climb the falls which offer intermittent lookouts for photo opportunities. The falls are surrounded by lush green vegetation which keeps the climbers cool and shielded from the sun's rays.

If you didn't pack any in your luggage you will need to purchase some water shoes for $10 USD in order to climb the falls. Flip flops would be far too dangerous and you would probably lose them anyway. The guides climb in bare feet but they are experts and know what route you should take up the falls.