Swamp Safari Village


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Swamp Safari Village

Swamp Safari Village or Charles Swaby’s Swamp Safari or Falmouth Crocodile Farm as it is known is a wetland nature reserve in the Falmouth Mangroves. The safari is also the site where the James Bond movie “Live and Let Die” was filmed.
Our drivers are well trained and professional and will wait at the airport, no extra charge for waiting time. All Swamp Safari Village Montego bay Airport Taxi Transfers are booked and confirmed immediately after booking is made online.

When you arrive at the airport your driver will be waiting for you. You can set off on your journey straight away without queuing at the car hire desk spending a fortune on transportation or trekking the distance to your rental car with all of your luggage. So uncomfortable.

We offer safe and reliable Swamp Safari Village Montego bay Hotels Airport Transportation. Your driver will be easily identify by you by holding a sign with your name or our logo.

The safari is home to over 80 specimens of crocodiles, Jamaica’s Boa, owls, iguanas and Jamaica’s coney. There are also other animals native to the Americas, such as agouti, tayra, mongoose and the collared peccary. Take a walk through the aviary as several species of rare native birds fly around you. See the crocodile trainers handle and feet the crocs right before your eyes.

The knowledgeable guides will also educate you on the famous crocodile jumping scene in the James Bond movie that was filmed there in 1972.