Jamaica Experience Tour specializes in providing transportation needs in Private and Customizes Tour, Excursion, Sightseeing, Shopping Experience, Highlight, Hotel/Cruise Ship Pickup, Airport Transfer and more, all around Jamaica. We take pride in our operation and of utmost importance are the needs of our clients. For these reasons you can be assured of our consistency, which is based on professionalism, experience, responsibility, flexibility, efficiency and punctuality. We strive in all our endeavors to make these the hallmark of our business. Not only will Jamaica Experience Tour save you money, but we will provide the best professional and personalized tour so that your experience in Jamaica will be unsurpassed. For value and quality for your on the island tours, be sure to book online and in advance to experience the Jamaica Experience Tour difference ...We go the extra mile to make your stay in Jamaica all that you desire. How nice it is to be here then go back home, and lay your head on your own pillow?
Marvel at the workings of the Appleton Estate, a rum distillery that’s known for creating one of the world’s smoothest and most sought-after rums. As you arrive at the estate you’ll be served a welcome cocktail before watching a short video of the centuries old rum making process in a state of the art theater. Next you’ll get to sample fresh sugarcane juice as you watch a live demonstration of the traditional method of extracting the juice from the raw cane. Then learn about the unique distillation process and visit one of the barrel houses where the rums are aged to perfection. You’ll then get to enjoy the finished product as you sample three different Appleton Estate blends; the Signature Blend, the Reserve Blend and the Rare Blend. End the day by shopping for souvenirs and craft items for purchasing. Get ready to have a rum-tastic time at Appleton!
Black River Safari
The Black River is one of the longest rivers in Jamaica. At a length of 53.4 km (33.2 mi),Its name refers to the darkness of the river bed caused by thick layers of decomposing vegetation.The 1 1/2 hour boat tour up the Black River is well worth it. Cruise in a comfortable Safari boat past giant Red Mangrove trees with their stilt-like roots cascading from heights of over 40' down into the tranquil waters. See the rare and endangered American Crocodile in it's natural habitat and view some of the 100 species of exotic birds in these unspoiled wetlands. You can also view local fisherman still catching fresh crabs in long, thin, traditional wooden canoes - in the same river as the crocodiles!
Blue Hole and Secret Falls
The Blue Hole, a beautiful swimming hole surrounded by lush greenery, is another can’t-miss attraction located in Ocho Rios. It’s a little more difficult to reach than Dunn’s River Falls, but the journey will be worth it. Take a dip, then explore the impressive surrounding flowers and plants.
Blue Hole Mineral Spring Negril
The Blue Hole is located about 30 min. from Negril near the community of Little Bay. Experience the thrill of jumping off a cliff (or climb down a ladder) 22 ft. to swim in the hole's cool mineral water reputed to have therapeutic properties eg:lime stone massage that energize and refreshes.
Blue Lagoon Portland
This Lagoon is located in Port Antonio and is a wildly popular travel destination for families and honeymooners.When you first arrive, you may notice that the lagoon looks familiar to you. If you’ve seen the Brooke Shields’ movie, The Blue Lagoon, then you’ll know why. Interestingly enough, the lagoon was once called “The Blue Hole,” but with the popularity of the movie, the lagoon’s name was permanently changed to “The Blue Lagoon.” The water seems to have a bit of magic to it, as the color changes throughout the day, depending upon the way the sun shines upon the surface. When you first arrive, the water can look turquoise but you may notice that during your boat ride, the water changes to a deeper sapphire or even royal blue. With glistening, turquoise blue waters surrounded by lush greenery, Blue Lagoon is a vision of beauty.
Mountains form the longest mountain range along the eastern edge of Jamaica and features majestic scenery. Many people hike or bike through the mountains to witness first-hand nature at its finest. This under-explored area is also the source of the world famous and fragrant Blue Mountain Coffee.The ride up to the Blue Mountains is an interesting one. The roads are narrow, winding and unmarked, however, definitely worth it as the views are beautiful and a joy to behold. The mountain views are spectacular. The Blue Mountains is home to quaint villages.You also get to view waterfalls and tiny restaurants throughout. Fauna and Flora are so beautiful here. The Tour You can start at the Lodge – Whitfield Hall (elevation 4000ft) and hike to the peak, which is an elevation of 7400ft.I strongly suggest that if you want to see the sunrise you should hike from Mavis Bank the evening before and stay at one of the lodges overnight. Then set out around 6am for the hicking. Biking tours are also available which run about 17 miles down through the Blue Mountains. The journey begins around 6,000 feet elevation and ends at a waterfall where all can enjoy a cool and relaxing swim.Blue Mountain also boasts coffee plantation tours – there are plenty around, some large and some small. Visitors get to see how coffee beans are gathered and processed to make the world-famous coffee.
Bob Marley Mausoleum
Reggae fan or not, the Bob Marley Nine Mile Tour is a must for those who want a little culture to go along with the island’s abundant natural beauty. Located in a small enclave of Nine Mile (the town of Bob Marley’s birth and death), the guided tour highlights the community in which the musician grew up and wrote some of his most famous songs.
Bob Marley Museum
The Bob Marley Museum is situated on the site of the legendary musician’s home, which he purchased in 1975. This house, featuring 19th-century architecture, was Marley’s home until his transition in 1981. It was converted into a museum six years later by his wife, Mrs Rita Marley. The main museum displays Marley’s personal treasures. The property also features a well-equipped 80-seat theatre, a photographic gallery, a record shop and a gift shop filled with a wide array of Bob Marley memorabilia. Relax and enjoy a sumptuous meal from the One Love Café after you’ve completed your tour which offers a peek into every aspect of Bob Marley’s life.
Calipso Rafting Ocho Rios
Calypso Rafting - White River Rafting Ocho Rios, Jamaica Calypso Rafting Jump aboard a bamboo raft and glide down the pretty White River. Go solo, with a special friend or with the family. Your trusty raftsman will guide you on a 45–minute tour. This reputable company has been around for years. A rafting expedition for two includes a stopover for a refreshing swim and drinks. If you're planning to bring a camera, you might do well to pick up a disposable. Take a relaxing rafting trip down one of Jamaica's most peaceful and tranquil river. Glide through lush tropical rain forest as you listen to the melodies of birds courtship and watch fresh water fish darting back and forth. The perfect way to unwind and let the world and it's problem become a distant memory. Other Rafting in Jamaica: Rafting on the Martha Brae in Falmouth, Trelawny
Welcome to Croydon in the Mountains, Jamaica Croydon Plantation Tour invites you to visit its pineapple and citrus Plantation. Voted as being among Trip Advisors top ten things to do in Montego Bay, Jamaica, the plantation captures the true spirit of Jamaica. This working estate is nestled in the foothills of the Catadupa Mountains and offers visitors breath-taking, panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. The award winning Croydon Plantation has won the coveted National Champion Farmer Trophy 3 times. This piece of tropical paradise is a must see. Take in the rich history of the plantation, which is the birthplace of Samuel Sharpe, one of Jamaica's national heroes. Samuel Sharpe gave his life in the fight against slavery. The plantation tour offers visitors the opportunity to taste many different varieties of pineapple and citrus fruits. Sample exotic and delicious fruit and the juices made from them. Nibble on a piece of juicy sugarcane, whilst walking through the coffee groves, all the while learning the secrets of coffee cultivation and processing. The delightful plantation tour includes a delicious feast of barbequed lunch served with world famous Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee. Tours operate on Tuesdays to Fridays.