Trelawny Jamaica parish is 874.62 sq km bordered to the west by St James, east by St Ann and St Elizabeth and Manchester to the south.
Falmouth is the capital and the population as at end of year 2012 was 75,558.(STATIN Jamaica)Find the best vacation rentals in Trelawny Jamaica here
The capital Falmouth is a busy cruise ship stop over town. This modern cruise pier is the largest in the Caribbean region and is built to host large cruise ships with a capacity for 5000+ passengers.
When your Cruise ship stops here, (Royal Caribbean Cruises, Carnival Cruises, Holland America to name a few ) take a tour of Falmouth and learn more about Trelawny Jamaica.
Participate in the Outameni Experience which is a cultural journey back in time.
Falmouth Parish Church is the oldest Church in the parish and is a Falmouth landmark.
Falmouth Square is an old town which has been restored to preserve some images of its past. Experience bamboo rafting down the still waters of the Martha Brae River and enjoy the tranquil waters of this peaceful river.
The Martha Brae is located in towards the western edge of the parish, about 6 miles south of Falmouth.
The river features rafting and other boating activities. Martha Brae is a small village west of the river and is named after the river.
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Jamaica's oldest woman - Violet Moss Brown & her son, Harland Fairweather - the oldest living child Not rated yet
My Grandmother Violet Moss Brown (born on 10th March 1900 in Trelawny) is to date, as verified by Robert Young, Senior Consultant for Gerontology - Guinness …