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Appleton Rum, YS Falls & Pelican Bar
Excursions & day trips

Appleton Rum, YS Falls & Pelican Bar

Rum, waterfalls and floating bars – this excursion has 100% Jamaica stamped all over it. A tour and tasting of the Appleton Estate rum factory gets the day off to a great start, followed by a refreshing dip in the famous YS Falls and a boat ride over to the one and only Pelican Bar.

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Kingston & Blue Mountains Tour
Excursions & day trips

Kingston & Blue Mountains Tour

The contrasts between urban and rural Jamaica will surprise you during this tour of Kingston and the Blue Mountains. Among the star attractions are visits to a coffee plantation, Emancipation Park and the Bob Marley Museum.

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Martha Brae Rafting & Luminous Lagoon Tour with Dinner
Excursions & day trips

Martha Brae Rafting & Luminous Lagoon Tour with Dinner

‘You'll feel at one with nature as you glide down the Martha Brae River on a bamboo raft,' says Tania, one of our expert local guides. This truly Jamaican experience is one of the highlights of this tour, along with the chance to watch a wow-factor natural phenomenon at the Luminous Lagoon. The magic of nature makes the waters glow an electric blue here – so a swim in the neon deep, plus a Jamaican dinner and limbo show, make this tour a bucket-list must.At Miss Martha's Herb Garden, you'll learn how to build a bamboo raft before hopping on to one, ready to float downstream. Your very own raftsman will pilot you downriver, so you can sit back and take in the tropical scenery. Along the way, your guide will tell tales of local folklore and introduce you to the importance of wild herbs in traditional Jamaican medicine and cuisine.After rafting, you'll drive through the historic town of Falmouth – a childhood stomping ground of world's fastest man Usain Bolt – and see St Peter's Anglican Church, one of the oldest churches in Jamaica. Next up is the star of the show. Tania says, ‘This lagoon is one of only four of its kind anywhere in the world. It's like a scene from the movie, Avatar. That's why I find it such a special, magical place.' Arriving at the Luminous Lagoon just after sunset, you'll have time to take a swim in the glowing neon waters. Finally, there's a welcome drink and a Jamaican dinner made from locally sourced ingredients as you watch an entertaining limbo dancing show.

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Kingston & Blue Mountains Private Tour
Excursions & day trips

Kingston & Blue Mountains Private Tour

This exclusive private tour of Kingston and the Blue Mountains highlights the contrasts between urban and rural Jamaica. Among the star attractions are visits to a coffee plantation, Emancipation Park and the Bob Marley Museum. First, we'll head into the Blue Mountains. Stop for an authentic Jamaican lunch and then tour the Craighton Estate – certified by the Rainforest Alliance – and taste its coffee. Then, it's on to laid-back yet noisy Kingston. Tour historic sites in the capital's uptown like Emancipation Park – here you'll see the Redemption Song and the Bob Marley statues. At the Bob Marley Museum, you'll see mementoes such as his gold and platinum discs as well as his outfits and instruments.

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Appleton Rum, YS Falls & Pelican Bar Private Tour
Excursions & day trips

Appleton Rum, YS Falls & Pelican Bar Private Tour

For an experience that's 100% Jamaica, look no further than this exclusive private excursion. A tour and tasting of the Appleton Estate rum factory gets the day off to a great start, followed by a refreshing dip in the famous YS Falls and a boat ride over to the one and only Pelican Bar.

free cancellation
Available in:

de, en, fr, nl 

Spirit of the Maroons Cultural Tour in Jamaica
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Spirit of the Maroons Cultural Tour in Jamaica

Your journey through Jamaica's north will unveil the culture and history of the island. You'll visit the Charles Town Maroon Museum to learn about the Maroons' struggle for freedom, enjoy a tasty lunch at Strawberry Fields Together, and stroll through Sun Valley Plantation to sample fresh fruits and vegetables. Jada, one of our expert local guides, says 'The Jamaican Maroons have a proud and fascinating heritage. They are descendants of West African slaves who escaped from plantations and created communities known as Maroon Towns. These communities preserved their African roots - the Maroon culture is known for vibrant music, dance, storytelling, herbal medicine, and cuisine.'Our first stop is the Charles Town Basic School, a small school at the heart of the Charles Town Maroon community. Then we'll visit the Charles Town Maroon Museum - home to a wealth of artifacts, including traditional clothing, weaponry, and musical instruments. You'll learn about the Maroons' long struggle for freedom and their important role in Jamaica's history. Next, we'll enjoy a tasty lunch at Strawberry Fields Together, overlooking the coast where you can savour Jamaica's famously flavoursome cuisine. Our final stop will be at Sun Valley Plantation, a farm that showcases the best of Jamaica's produce. Take a stroll through gardens bursting with tropical flowers and sample the fresh fruits and vegetables that grow there. You'll also learn about traditional farming practices that have sustained Jamaican communities for generations.

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Yaaman Adventure Park and Cooking Experience
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Yaaman Adventure Park and Cooking Experience

Yaaman Adventure Park serves up a full menu of thrills alongside authentic Jamaican cuisine. Tear through tropical jungle on a powerful ATV before a refreshing swim in a secret river. And when it's time to take a break, tuck into tasty jerk chicken and a cool cocktail courtesy of a cooking class by the on-site chef.

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Dunn’s River Falls Tour
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Dunn’s River Falls Tour

If you've seen Cocktail, you'll remember Tom Cruise and his leading lady enjoying a moment at Dunn's River Falls. And on this half-day tour you'll get to scale one of Jamaica's top natural attractions where you'll leave both astounded and slightly soaked – but it's well worth the journey.

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Evening Cruise on the Luminous Lagoon
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Evening Cruise on the Luminous Lagoon

Luminous Lagoon is aptly named by locals of Falmouth, Jamaica. Discover why on this evening boat cruise. Like a scene from hit-movie Avatar, the waters around you glow an electric shade of neon blue – a wondrous natural event. A chance to swim here, followed by a traditional Jamaican limbo show, makes this a bucket-list must.

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Seven Mile Beach and Rick's Café
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Seven Mile Beach and Rick's Café

Uninterrupted chill-out time on a perfect Jamaican beach is exactly what this day trip promises. You'll journey to Negril from Montego Bay to swim, sunbathe and kick back before catching the almighty Caribbean sunset at a local institution – Rick's Café.

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Bamboo Rafting on Martha Brae River
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Bamboo Rafting on Martha Brae River

Rafting down the Martha Brae River you'll be transported into a tropical paradise filled with mango trees, mangroves and palms. On this half day excursion, you'll be guided downriver in a bamboo raft to soak up this exotic landscape, just a short journey away from Montego Bay.

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Dunn's River Falls & Nine Mile Tour
Excursions & day trips

Dunn's River Falls & Nine Mile Tour

Two Jamaican legends are the magnets in this irresistible excursion. You'll visit the highland hamlet that gave the world Bob Marley to explore his birthplace and mausoleum, and discover one of the most exotic natural attractions in the country – Dunn's River Falls.

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Introducing Ocho Rios

The gateway to northern Jamaica is the ideal base from which to strike out for the country’s most popular attractions. The Blue Mountains, Mystic Mountain, Kingston, Dunn’s River Falls, the Blue Hole and many more are all within easy reach from Ocho Rios. And, on Main Street, you’ll find a raft of reggae-infused restaurants and lively nightlife.

Top six things to do in Ocho Rios

1. Discover the Blue Mountains

The Blue Mountains have secured UNESCO World Heritage Site status thanks to their biodiversity and role in offering refuge to persecuted people over the centuries. It was to these densely forested hills that Taino aborigines and runaway slaves escaped – the Nanny Town Heritage Route covers many of the secret trails they developed. As well as learning about the area’s history, hiking and bird-watching are popular activities. Make the most of your visit to the Blue Mountains with an excursion to a coffee plantation – these mountains are famed for the coffee that’s grown here.

2. Head to Mystic Mountain

If you fancy putting a bit of oomph into your Jamaican holiday, then Mystic Mountain will happily oblige. This adventure park is packed with adrenaline-pumping activities that verge from the physically exerting to the gravity-defying. Bobsledding, ziplining over treetop canopies, rock climbing, rope courses, ATV rides – you’ve got plenty of options.

3. Explore Jamaica’s most iconic waterfalls

Jamaica has waterfalls by the bucketload and Ocho Rios has two megastars on its doorstep. Almost in the city itself, you’ll find the Konoko Falls, which cascade into tiered pools in beautifully landscaped botanic gardens. And, the Dunn’s River Falls are just a short trip out of town, which became world-famous as the location of the iconic scene where the bikini-clad Honey Rider emerged from the sea in Dr. No, the first Bond movie. These waterfalls are huge, and the levels take more than an hour to climb.

4. Visit the capital, Kingston

An hour south of Ocho Rios is Kingston, Jamaica’s chaotic capital. Loud and proud, it wears its heart on its sleeve. Top attractions include its colonial heritage – Devon House, Port Royal and St William Grant Park – and the Bob Marley Museum. The museum is located in the memorabilia-packed 19th-century mansion that was the reggae legend’s home for the final six years of his life. It’s well worth a daytrip just to savour the atmosphere.

5. Make a splash at the Blue Hole

You can release your inner Tarzan at the Blue Hole, one of the most Instagrammable spots in Ocho Rios. This natural pool is replenished by gushing waterfalls. You can even swing into it from a rope and make a splash in its refreshing mineral-rich waters. An excursion to the Blue Hole combines scenery with a bit of action.

6. Kick back on a catamaran cruise

There are catamaran cruises, and then there are Jamaican catamaran cruises – they’re in a league of their own. As you can imagine, they involve copious servings of reggae, dancing and swimming. Although the focus tends to be on the partying, most of the boat tours also throw in a trip to a scenic cove or the Dunn’s River Falls.