If you’ve ever fancied a spot of afternoon tea, you’ll struggle to find a more appropriate setting for your tea-tasting than this. Spanning over 2,000 acres, the Good Hope Estate is the largest sugar plantation in Jamaica, and offers a mixture of breathtaking scenery and rich history. After docking in Montego Bay, you'll be driven into the heart of Jamaica’s mountainous interior. Peering out over the Queen of Spain Valley, the Martha Brae River, and the Cockpit Mountains, you’ll want to have your finger on the shutter, ready to capture some spectacular views. Upon arrival, you’ll have a quick familiarisation session, before you’re whisked across to the Great House. Built for his bride in 1755 by Colonel Thomas Williams, this place is steeped in history, and remains decked out with lavish, centuries-old antiques. You’ll enjoy high tea and an assortment of savouries, scones and pastries, before visiting the estate’s potter in residence, David Pinto. Finally, you’ll have the chance to buy some unique souvenirs from the Trading House – the only one of its kind in the Caribbean – before heading back to the pier.
- SUITABILITY Little physical activity.