Cliffs of Jokin

At Jokin, enjoy views of tropical reefs and spectacular cliffs (made from layers of ancient, compressed coral stone formed over millions of years). Although the water at the base of the cliffs might look tempting, there are over 200 steps to the bottom and heavy sea swells make this a dangerous place to swim. There’s free time to stroll around Jokin; visit a vanilla plantation and enjoy a guided short walk to see the vines that create these aromatic little pods.
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  • Location


  • Activity Types

    Special Interest

  • Experience Types

    Sightseeing, Sightseeing

  • Duration

    2 hours

  • Fitness Level


  • Price

    Adult from $65.99
    Children (12 & under) from $35.99


At both the Vanilla Plantation and the Cliffs of Jokin there will be plenty of photo opportunities.


Special Notes

The non air-conditioned buses and vans are not fitted with microphones, however an experienced tour guide travels on each vehicle. Restroom facilities may be rustic. Please wear comfortable flat-soled shoes, clothing suited to the weather conditions, a hat, SPF30+ or higher factor sunscreen and bottled water.

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