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Located on Jamaica's South Coast near the Black River in St. Elizabeth Parish, YS Falls is reasonably simple to gain access to from locations along that coast, along with Negril. The lure of YS is the multitude of waterfalls to be found there. You will discover a present store, bathrooms, restaurant, changing facilities and a kids's backyard at the YS Falls.

Surrounding the 7 waterfalls are far-off mountains, gorgeous trees, horses and lush green fields. From getting here on the YS Estate there are long canopied roadways leading to YS Falls.
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River tubing flights are also offered, allowing you to enjoy the serenity of floating down the river surrounded by the lavish jungle towering overhead.
Rainy months are May and October-- areas of the falls might not be completely safe and there might be a suspension of swimming in some areas.

The YS Water Falls lies 50 miles East of Negril and 50 Miles south of Montego Bay Jamaica on the YS estate in the parish of St. Ann.
Featuring on the unique Jamaican YS Estate is the lovely water falls, a natural spring pool, luscious aromatic gardens and a horse stud farm. There are 7 waterfalls in overall which waterfall into natural pools. There is also a natural spring pool fed by underground and above ground springs which is better fit for children and non swimmers.

The YS Falls are 120 foot tall and cascade over seven levels. Steps have actually been developed up the side of the falls so visitors can view the falls without getting wet.

When you consider paradise, what comes to mind? For us, it's Jamaica's white beaches, gleaming blue water, and incredible landscape and one of the best experiences on the Island - YS Falls.
For a spectacle of pure natural beauty it's challenging to beat YS falls in St. Elizabeth Parish.
Unlike numerous waterfalls in Jamaica, YS Falls is stashed in a remote rural location and receives fairly couple of visitors, enabling you to unwind and delight in the surroundings, far from the hubbub of the crowds. The YS Estate is located deep in the sugar growing region of St. Elizabeth Parish. When you get to the estate a tractor-pulled carriage will take you to the waterfalls.

The YS estate dates back to the 17th century. There are 2 theories regarding how the estate got its name, one is that the estates first 2 owners were called John Yates and Colonel Richard Scott, by combining the initials of their surnames they created the name "YS Estate". Another theory is that the name originates from the Gaelic word "wyess", meaning "winding".

YS Falls Is one of Jamaica's finest natural destinations.
The beautiful seven-tiered YS Falls is among Jamaica's a lot of beautiful tourist attractions. Located on Jamaica's South Coast, the waterfalls are surrounded by beautiful gardens.

The YS Estate initially grew sugar walking cane and logwood (an element in the manufacture of dyes) for export to Europe. In 1950 the owner of the estate branched off in to the breeding of pureblood racehorses and cattle.
In 1990 the estate opened to the general public as a tourist destination. Because opening the falls visitor numbers have actually been kept an eye on and limited to prevent the falls becoming harmed through too much foot traffic.

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