Bob Marley’s Nine Mile Guided Tour

On February 6th, 1945, Bob Marley was born. On May 11th, 1981, he passed away. All tourists, cruise ship and stopover passengers from Ocho Rios, Falmouth, Montego Bay, Grand Palladium, and as far west as Negril are encouraged to visit this small village. Nine Mile is a small community in the highlands of St. Ann where Bob Marley, the reggae legend, was born and, fittingly, is now buried.

As you enjoy a guided tour of this Jamaican Heritage Site, let us to immerse you in the sights and sounds of Bob Marley. Our experienced, cheerful interpreters will take you on a tour of the grounds, which include the main house, exhibition hall, theatre, gift shops, and the One Love Café.

Green Grotto Caves Tour

Green Grotto Caves are located 2 miles east of Discovery Bay and 2.5 miles west of Runaway Bay, off the main coastal road. The easiest method to get there is by vehicle, however because parking is restricted, a bus or taxi ride is an option. A visit to the caves is included in several island trips. Walking on rough surfaces necessitates the use of appropriate footwear. The caves are accessible on a daily basis.

Bamboo Blu Beachfront

Bamboo Blu’s open-air restaurant and bar serves a unique blend of real tropical flavours, as well as a limited menu of food and drink selections… on a secluded private white sand beach that is largely unaffected by significant tourist traffic

Enjoy the delicious food, lay and relax on the sun-drenched sands, and make the most of your vacation day… Keep in mind that Bamboo Blu is located on the beach, so dress appropriately. Otherwise, Bamboo Blu remains a popular destination for tourists to spend their entire vacation day. Be sure to visit when you’re in Jamaica; it’ll be an unforgettable experience!

Authentic Jamaican Bamboo Rafting Tour

Board a uniquely Jamaican 30-foot (9-m) bamboo raft and glide down the scenic Martha Brae River. Spend your day comfortably rafting this 3-mile (4.8-km) river, learning historical legends of Martha Brae, and jumping in the warm Jamaican water along the way.

The turquoise Martha Brae River, which runs for 20 miles (32 kilometres) through Jamaica’s tropical inland rain forests, is a must-see for nature lovers visiting the Caribbean country. During your Jamaica holiday, visit for a fast rafting adventure or to take advantage of its excellent location near other natural sites and unique fauna.

Devon House and Ice Cream Tour

This slice of Jamaican history can be found in the centre of Kingston, complete with welcome baroque fountains and palm palms on the front yard. The guided tours within the two-story building allow guests to peruse the louvred balconies, Venetian crystal chandeliers, silk wall hangings, and historical reproductions of the period, and each guest receives a delightful surprise at the end of the Mansion tour!

Devon House has now grown from being the residence of George Stiebel, Jamaica’s first black millionaire, to a symbol of fun, family entertainment, and recreation in Kingston, where visitors may explore, shop, dine, and rest!

Bob Marley Nine Miles & Dunn’s River Falls

Dunn’s River Falls is a national treasure of Jamaica. Dunn’s River Falls is a one-of-a-kind waterfall located just outside of Ocho Rios, one of Jamaica’s fastest-growing tourist towns. It is described as a living and growing phenomena because it regenerates itself from travertine rock deposits formed by calcium carbonate precipitation from the river as it runs over the falls. Thermal spring activity in limestone caves is generally linked with small dome-shaped cataracts. This, paired with its proximity to the sea, makes Dunn’s River the only one of its kind in the Caribbean, if not the entire world.

Explore the iconic Bob Marley’s former home and studio, which features hand-painted murals and a statue of Bob, as well as a gorgeous photo gallery and a plethora of his personal treasures such as platinum and gold records and trophies. The visit to Bob Marley’s old chamber, which has been left unchanged since the day he left it, is considered the best part of the one-hour museum tour by visitors.

Konoko Falls & Blue Hole Adventure Tour

Swim in the pools as you make your way to the peak of the waterfall’s outflow. Continue on to the Yssasi Lookout Point for a breathtaking view of the Ocho Rios bay region. Walk down the wildlife trail to encounter a variety of indigenous animal and bird species, and via the Taino Pavilion to see enormous reproductions of Sir Francis Drake’s original Taino illustrations.

Board your bus for a tour of the Blue Hole’s fascinating waterfalls, which are nestled among the tropical rain-flora forests and the exotic wildlife, such as birds, iguanas, crocodiles, and snakes!