Firefly and Dunn’s River Falls

British playwright, Noël Coward’s mountaintop Jamaican home and burial site was originally owned by the infamous pirate and one-time governor of Jamaica, Sir Henry Morgan. “Firefly” got its name because of the little glowing insects to be seen on the property.

In 1948, Noël Coward fell in love with Jamaica whilst holidaying at the nearby home, “Goldeneye”, owned by British author, Ian Fleming. After having written many of his famous plays there, he died and was buried on his favourite spot and a statue of him gazing out over the blue harbour graces the lawn.


‘Staircase’ Falls

Bygone era

 Interior of “Firefly”

Duration:  4.5 hours

All tours operate with multilingual guides and fully air-conditioned buses.

(Minimum group of 10 to book)