"Dunn's River Falls is a famous waterfall near Ocho Rios, Jamaica and a major Caribbean tourist attraction that attracts thousands of visitors each year.
About 600 feet (180 m) high, the waterfalls are terraced like giant stair steps of which some are man-made improvements. Several small lagoons are interspersed among the vertical sections of the falls.
Climbing up the waterfalls is a popular tourist activity and is often, but not exclusively, performed with the help of tour guides from the park. The falls are bordered by lush, green vegetation that shades the area from the sun. This helps keep the area cool as people try to climb the waterfall. The falls can be hiked with relative ease, often in a hand-holding human chain lead by a guide."
After arriving at Dunn's river falls and seeing where I would have to walk, I didn't want to even think about packing the mono pod and Nikon D300 fearing that I would ruin the camera. There is a walk way that borders the the length of the falls from the Entrance at the base of the falls on the beach to the exit at the top for those who opt not to get wet.