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The birthplace of jerk, reggae, and Blue Mountain Coffee, Jamaica is a wonderland of allure and stunning, natural beauty. From the scenic cliffs and majestic falls to pristine lagoons and bubbling hot springs, the region boasts plenty of things to do amid a diverse terrain and offers tours and excursions that satisfy the whims of the most adventurous or the most laidback traveler. With a vibrant culture, serene countryside, and pockets of urban verve, the splendor of this colorful island can be experienced whether relaxing on a river raft ride along the Martha Brae or zipping down a canopy traverse at full speed over ancient sugar mill ruins.
River Kayaking Adventure
Start by venturing on a short scenic walk along the riverbank to an open area where you will find your kayak waiting. You will find yourself immersed in the tranquility of the water as your kayak glides through. Around the bend, the river begins to pick up the pace, challenging you to paddle through various areas of the picturesque river pools.
Please Remember To Bring Insect Repellent
Take a short jitney ride to the riverbank
Paddle along the Martha Brae river in a single or double seater kayak
End the day with a limestone foot rub
Enjoy complimentary bumpkin pumpkin soup
Food and drinks are available for purchase at the jerk centre
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2:30 hours approx.
See the city "Kingston" City Tour
The Spirit of Reggae tour offers patrons a chance to experience the places that gave rise to the iconic genre of music. The six hour tour starts at 10:30 a.m. and concludes at 4: 30 p.m. The first stop on this tour, which lasts one hour, is a visit to the Bob Marley Museum in St Andrew. Immediately after the museum, it's on to Independence Park, where the statue of Bob Marley is located and the National Stadium where patrons can view and take pictures in this vicinity for up to 10 minutes.
The Spirit of reggae tour then goes to the Trench Town Culture Yard to experience the early forms of Ska, Rock Steady and Reggae before finally stopping at Tuff Gong International at Marcus Garvey Drive in Kingston 11
Ride in style to Jamaica’s capital city Kingston to see some of the country’s most significant cultural sites. Enjoy the scenic ride aboard one of our luxury state of the art coaches with comfortable reclining seats, power outlets and free Wi-Fi. Once you arrive in Kingston the first stop will be the Bob Marley Museum, where guides will escort you through the former home of the legendary reggae artist. Afterwards you’ll visit Devon House. Built in the 19th century, it is the former home of Jamaica’s first black millionaire, George Stiebel. Here you’ll enjoy lunch at the Grog Shoppe restaurant before a short tour of the great house, followed by complimentary ice-cream! Next, visit the Holy Trinity Cathedral, one of the island’s most symbolic places of worship. The final stop takes you to Jamaica’s National Gallery for a tour of the island’s premier art collection, which features works of famous Jamaican and international artists. As the day comes to an end, board the coach for a comfortable journey back to the resort.
Ride in style to the capital city of Kingston to see its cultural sites
Enjoy a guided tour of the famous Bob Marley Museum
Visit the 19th century Devon House mansion and stop for lunch and ice cream
Stop at the Holy Trinity Cathedral a symbolic place of worship
Marvel at the unique works of art at the National Gallery
7:00 hours approx.
Rose Hall "White Witch" Plantation
Built in 1770, Rose Hall is a restored plantation house with beautiful ocean views. Legendary Annie Palmer (the White Witch) ruled here with cruelty and met a violent death. Today her home is adorned with period furniture and visitors can choose between a day tour or a spooky candlelit evening tour topped off with tales of ghost sightings.