Jamaica Food & Culture Tour
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  • Itinerary

    DAY 1
    Arrive in Montego Bay, Jamaica no later than 4 pm.
    Welcome Cocktail Party & Dinner
    DAY 2
    Reggae Dance Class
    Dancing to reggae music is a wild ride. Reggae music originated in Jamaica in the 1960’s. As people felt the music in the crowded dancehall venues, they would do a variety of dances example “Like Glue“, “Bogle“, “Whine & Dip“, “Tek Weh Yuhself“, “Whine Up“, “Boosie Bounce”, “Drive By”, “Shovel It”, “To Di World”, “Dutty Wine. Shake your booty and shake your hips in this Reggae Dance class. Reggae is a sexy, empowering and expressive dance style. Learn how to feel the beat, move with the” Riddim”, grab a partner and express yourself. The popularity of dancehall has spawned dance moves that help to make parties and stage performances more energetic.

    Sunset Reggae Cruise

    DAY 3
    The John's Hall Adventure Tour is a family-oriented guided excursion that showcases Jamaican culture and cuisine. Learn about the island’s history and nature while taking in some of the historic sites near Montego Bay and in the mountainous John’s Hall countryside. Have fun with the kids at a local school and visit a farm to see various animals and plants, then enjoy an authentic Jamaican lunch.
    Step back in time with students at a basic school

    This John’s Hall Adventure tour starts at your resort, where a comfortable and air-conditioned minivan will pick you up and take you to the hills just on the outskirts of Montego Bay known as John’s Hall. Taking in fabulous views on the drive, you'll stop at the Johns Hall Basic School and have a chance to interact with the children as they warm your hearts with Jamaican folk songs and dances dating back to the island’s Arawak Indian roots.
    Sample the island’s fresh produce and spices

    After that interaction, it’s deeper into the countryside to learn about the island’s agriculture background. Receiving fresh coconut water to sample, you'll see the abundance of tropical vegetation and a variety of plants and flowers, and learn from your John's Hall Adventure tour about Jamaica’s herbal remedies made with the flora and fauna found in the area. You'll also see a bird-feeding sanctuary with multiple species of birds and wildlife.
    Enjoy traditional Jamaican fare

    After the nature walk, you'll have a chance to sample the fresh produce, spices and other local treats with a lunch consisting of traditional Jamaican fare. Shop for souvenirs and custom-made garments at a local gift stall to take home a piece of the island before your minivan brings you back to your resort.
    DAY 4
    Montego Bay Highlight/Rose Hall Great House Tour
    Welcome to Montego Bay! Where you can find the Rose Hall Great House. Montego Bay has some of the best golf courses in Jamaica, It is also the birthplace of Jamaica’s national hero The Right Excellent Samuel Sharpe, Reggae icon Jimmy Cliff, and Olympian Yohan Blake.
    On this tour, you will see some of our beautiful Jamaican homes. You will first head to the Richmond Hill great house that sits overlooking the city of Montego Bay. You will see our local market, drive through the Rose Hall Resort area where you will tour the Rose Hall Great House. Have lunch at the internationally known Scotches where true Jamaican Jerk Pork and Jerk Chicken is served.
    You will then be driven into Montego Bay for further information and shopping expedition. The tour continues on the Hip Strip where you can stop for picture taking. There is a local craft market where you can purchase Jamaican handicrafts and straw merchandise.
    1030 am Bob Marley Museum
    1130 am Tour, history of National Heroes Park
    1230 pm Drive through Downtown Kingston, Walk through major product market
    130 pm Lunch
    230 pm Life Yard Tour of Street Art Murals led by Rasta guide from community
    330 pm Emancipation Park Tour

    DAY 6
    10 am Pick up at your accommodations
    1030 am Tour of Historic University campus (site of former sugar estates)
    1130 pm Fort Charles 17th Century Fort in Port Royal, walk through town center
    1230 pm Lunch at Gloria’s, Kingston’s most famous seafood restaurant
    2 pm Drive through Downtown Kingston
    230 pm Devon House Mansion Tour, ice cream
    4 pm Return to your accommodations
    DAY 7
    10 am Food Tour
    2 pm Return to Montego Bay
    DAY 8
  • Payment Due Dates

    Deposit $250 per person
    2nd payment due 5/1/20: $250 per person
    Final payment due: 7/8/20