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.

Braco Stables Hike

During this tour from Falmouth, hike and cycle around Braco Stables and its surroundings. Trek through a tropical forest filled with colourful butterflies, allspice bushes, and orchid sprays. Saddle up for a gentle undulating bicycle ride past the stables, across sun-drenched bougainvillaea hedgerows, and into nearby farms. Before the finish of your tour, head to the beach for a swim in the Caribbean. The service includes hotel pickup and drop-off in Falmouth.


Negril Beach Experience & Rick’s Cafe

Time stands still in this place, and relaxing is a way of life. Negril, long known for its laid-back vibe and 7-mile stretch of gleaming, pure white sand beach, welcomes you to experience its allure and excitement. Spend some time relaxing and swimming in the clear seas of Negril.

Guests will find the first public bar and restaurant of its kind on Negril’s West End Cliffs, providing an alternative to the island’s magnificent seven-mile beach. Rick’s Cafe has always had an unrivalled view of the sunset from its naturally created cliffs. Rick’s Cafe has established itself as Negril’s prime gathering area over the years, and the sunsets have become a Jamaican tradition.

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.

Irie Blue Hole and Horseback Riding Adventure Tour

The Blue Hole will provide an exhilarating adventure were you can enjoy rustic nature at its best. Jump, dive or swing from ropes into the pristine watering hole. Swim under the waterfall and discover hidden caves or just sit on a rock and relax under the calming waters of the falls. Hike along the stream and discover more pools and waterfalls or relax on a rock and just absorb the sun’s rays, all while in the capable hands of expert tour guides.

Prepare for a pleasant trip as you ride through the gorgeous countryside, passing by a Taino hamlet, the restored remnants of a sugar mill, and many other items of interest in and around UNESCO World Heritage Site. The knowledgeable and entertaining tour guides will provide a narration of the beauty and surrounding area, as well as the history of Jamaica.

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!

Black River Safari and YS Falls Tour

You’ll board your boat at the Black River for an amazing wildlife adventure down Jamaica’s longest river. You’ll get glimpses of real Jamaica as you cruise the Black River, from natural animals to local fishermen fishing for river shrimp in dugout canoes.

Beautiful 7-tiered cascading waterfalls and an enormous wading pool fed by underground springs may be found at this natural attraction situated deep in the hills. Dive into the refreshing mineral pools or simply rest in the soothing waters!


Journey of the Slaves, British & the Spanish Invaders from Runaway Bay

You’ll see both the terrible instruments of enslavement and the ruins of a Taino hamlet here. Learn about the deadliest battle between the Spanish and the British in their attempt to seize Jamaica, then go through the jungle along the parish line to Lodge, a former slave neighbourhood originally known as “Lodge Yard,” where a slave plantation once stood.

On this history-focused trip, learn about the history of Taino and African slaves. Listen to your guide’s informed commentary on the slave trade’s development and demise, as well as its importance in local history. This private tour assures that you will receive customised attention from your guide, as well as the freedom to travel at your own pace and plenty of opportunity to ask questions.

Jamaica Bobsleigh Adventure

You’ll be swept off your feet in every meaning of the word as you ride the SkyExplorer Chairlift up Mystic Mountain to 700 feet above sea level, starting at the bottom of the mountain.

During this 3-hour excursion from Ocho Rios, zoom down a tropical bobsledding course inspired by the movie “Cool Runnings.” A journey down the track, which extends from Dunn’s River Falls at a height of 700 feet (215 metres) to a total course length of 3,200 feet, will get your blood pounding (975 meters).

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.