Rivers in Jamaica

The Black River
The Black River is one of the longest rivers in Jamaica. At a length of 53.4 km (33.2 mi), it was believed to be the longest until it was discovered that the Rio Minho was 92.8 km long. Its name refers to the darkness of the river bed caused by thick layers of decomposing vegetation. Over 100 species of birds have been recorded in the Black River morass.

Alligator Hole River
Annotto River
Black River
Black River
Broad River
Buff Bay River
Cabarita River
Cane River
Cave River
Cave River
Coleburns Gully
Dry River
Dunn River
Ferry River
Fish River
Flint River
Flint River
Great River
Green Island River
Guava River
Gut River
Hectors River
Hope River
Llandovery River
Lucea East River
Lucea West River
Martha Brae River
Middle River
Milk River
Montego River
Morant River
Morgans River
Negro River
New Found River
New Savannah River
North Coast
North Negril River
One Eye River
Oracabessa River
Orange River
Plantain Garden River
Port Maria River
Rio Bueno
Rio Cobre
Rio Doro
Rio Grande
Rio Magno
Rio Minho
Rio Nuevo
Rio Pedro
Roaring River
Salt River
Smith River
South Coast
South Negril River
Spanish River
Stony River
Sweet River
Swift River
The Black River.
The Black River.
Thicket River
Wag Water River
White River
Y.S. River
Yallahs River