The Rio Grande is the longest river in Jamaica, descending from Blue Mountain to St. Margarets Bay in the northwest of the island. In the upper stream, there are contents related to ecotourism, as well as content related to the Maroon culture. However, the biggest attraction is the descent down the river on bamboo rafts. Don't expect white-water rafting, but some rapids will complement your enjoyment of the beautiful nature of the areas through which you will descend. If there was no heavy rain, the water will be crystal clear, and the captains of the rafts will be happy to stop if you want to burst into the river.