A national treasure of Jamaica is Dunn’s River Falls. It’s one of the most picturesque places on the island, and the Spaniards dubbed it “Las Chorreras” (the waterfalls or springs). Dunn’s River Falls, which is close to Ocho Rios, one of Jamaica’s fastest-growing tourist destinations, is distinctively referred to as a living and growing phenomena.
It continuously renews itself from deposits of travertine rock that form as the river rushes over the falls and precipitates calcium carbonate. The thermal spring activity found in limestone caves is typically linked to the tiny dome-shaped cataracts. Dunn’s River has the distinction of being the only place of its kind in the Caribbean, if not the entire globe, thanks to this and its proximity to the ocean