When in a civilized country that has a generally reliable tourist infrastructure, the phrase off-the-beaten-path usually signifies that you'll be going a little further out of your way or, at the very least, there are a few less tourists littering the area. In the case of Tacky Falls, there is no road that will lead you directly there, no facilities, no quaint footbridges; this is off-the-beaten-path at its unadulterated best.
Located just off of Robin's Bay in northeastern Jamaica, you probably won't find reliable directions unless you consult a local tour company or find a taxi driver that has been there before, for we've heard that even if you make it to town on your own, many of the locals have turned travelers away without help. Don't worry, it's worth the extra effort. Once you reach the falls, which are about 20 meters high (66 feet), you'll be greeted by the solitude and quiet that you'd expect without the noise pollution of vehicles or people. We know, most of you couldn't ask for more.
Note:The map location is very approximate.