Montpelier Jungle Outpost sits on 2,000 acres of land and a rich history. In the 18th century, this location was used as a sugarcane plantation by the British. Today, as you drive through the property you will pass orange orchards, small picturesque bridges and an old sugar factory built in the early 1700s. Take a small hike to reveal the wonders of Montpelier’s hidden waterfall. View the beautiful Great River, the island’s fourth longest river, from the treetops as you zipline through the Jamaican jungle. River tube or kayak down the river that separates the two parishes of St. James and Hanover. The river and waterfall, combined with the property’s history and natural beauty, make Montpelier another naturally perfect adventure location.