Sun Venture Tours cordially invites you to come and experience the excitement and challenge of venturing into Jamaica's largest wet limestone forest.
Sunday June 12, 2016
burnt hill trail
SPECIAL GROUP RATE:
US$50.00/Person or J$5,000.00/Person
Cockpit Country Crossing 3 - (Day Trip)
WHAT TO CARRY WHAT TO WEAR
(a) Sun (hat, shades and block) (a) Hiking Boots/Shoes
b) Extra T-shirt (b) Thick socks
(c) Camera (c) Jeans and T-shirt
(d) Swimwear & Toiletries
(e) Water bottle
(f) Any prescribed medication
(g) Hiking Snacks - high energy food: raisins, glucose, cane
(h) LUNCH (packed)
Cover Cost: US$50.00/person or Jamaican $5,000/person
Includes: Transportation, Tour Guide Service, Insurance and Taxes
N.B.: Lunch not included in the above cost. (Carry your own food)
PAYMENT: Before departure - Cash (US or JA), Credit Card (Visa/MasterCard) and Debit Cards (Local)
Rate of Exchange (R.O.E) US$1:J$124.00
Bookings are confirmed only by a 50% deposit 1 week in advance of tour date
Final payment must be made before departure.
Meet at SVT Office 32, Russell Heights Kingston 8
Departure for Albert Town, sightseeing en route – Trelawny
Breakfast Stop - Juici Clarendon Park
Depart for Albert Town
Arrive Albert Town – Rest Stop
Depart for Burnt Hill Road entrance to the Cockpit Country via
Arrive Burnt Hill road – Brief presentation on the history ecology & geology of the area formation and vegetation of wet limestone Cockpit Forest.
LUNCH - Barbecue Bottom (packed meals – Carry your own food).
Continue hike to Stonehenge (rest & photo-stop)
Arrive at Stonehenge and board transport for Dornoch’s Head via Clarks Town and Stewart Town Sightseeing en route.
Arrive at the trail entrance to Dornoch and begin
hike to the Blue Hole
Arrive Dornoch’s Head swimming (optional) and relaxation
Exit the Dornoch’s.
Depart for Kingston via Discovery Bay – Rest Stop at Scotchies Jerk Center
Arrive - Kingston
The interior of Jamaica and its history
The Cockpit Country Crossing provides naturalists and adventure seekers with a real encounter with the wild and some great `Kodak Moments’. So don’t forget that camera!!!