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Jamaica Rivers


Jamaica Rivers - With their beginnings in the mountainous areas, Jamaica's rivers are many and varied - they can be found throughout the island from different points and destinations on their way to the Caribbean Sea.


The Alligator Pond River is a bathing spot a couple of miles west of Alligator Pond village off the road leading to Port Kaiser in the parish of Manchester.

The Black River is one of the longest rivers in Jamaica. It runs 53.4 km (33.2 mi). It was considered to be the longest until it was discovered that the Rio Minho was longer at 92.8 km. 

Its name refers to the darkness of the river bed caused by thick layers of decomposing vegetation. Over 100 species of birds have been recorded in the Black River morass

The Broad River of Jamaica and flows in the Black River at the Great Morass in St Elizabeth.

The Cane River rises at twin sources in the vicinity of Derby Peak in Eastern St Andrew at Bull Bay in the parish of Saint Andrew from where it flows south to the Caribbean Sea. 

The Great River is one of Jamaica’s major rivers and forms the boundary of the parishes of St James, Westmoreland and Hanover. 

The Guava River rises just north of the Grand Ridge of the Blue Mountains on the border of Portland St Thomas Jamaica. From here it runs east then north and then east again to its confluence with the Rio Grande. 

Gut River is a river, beach and small hamlet on an isolated stretch of south facing coastline in Manchester Jamaica. The name is said by the locals to derive from the German word for good.

The Martha Brae River is is located in Trelawny Parish on the north coast of Jamaica, towards the western edge, about 6 miles south of Falmouth, Jamaica.

The river features rafting. A small village west of the river is named Martha's Brae after the river.