Cruise to Falmouth

"Don't forget your history" sang Bob Marley in his song "Rat Race;" Falmouth is the embodiment of that. This Georgian town is one of the best preserved in the Caribbean, once serving as a major seaport during the 1700 and 1800s. Today this town has nothing remotely comparable to a rat race. In fact, it's one of the most laidback places on the itinerary. The natural beauty surrounding the port include the Queen of Spain Valley, Cockpit Mountains, and the Martha Brae River—not to mention some of the best beaches anywhere, including Bunwood and Silver Sands.

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