Jamaican Tours Make An Excellent Addition To Your Holiday

Be ready to get your senses overwhelmed with all the wonderful and exciting activities to do in Jamaica. There’s no better way to enjoy family holidays in Jamaica than by participating in many tours that allow everyone to enjoy the best that Jamaica has to offer.

There are a variety of attractions to explore, including exploring coffee factories and rum distilleries, which produce some of the most delicious beverages in the world and are exported because their flavor is found nowhere else in the world. While Jamaica is also known for its beautiful azure beaches and coconut tree-fringed coastlines, it is also home to rich rainforests and wildlife that are worth visiting. Horse rides along the coast are also a popular choice to unwind and spend the afternoon, with the view of the sun setting low on the horizon and with reggae music playing in the air on the beaches.

If you’re looking for an adrenaline kick, try out one of the rafting activities that will surely excite you. Whitewater rafting will satisfy the kid in every one, but there are also many plantations and heritage houses as well as museums that tell the story of Jamaica’s colorful history. For those who love the ocean, boat trips around the island take you to see the coast and lagoons while aboard luxurious catamarans and yachts.

There are a number of Jamaican tours to choose from. The following are just some of what are available.
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A trip to Jamaica should be on everyone's wish list as Jamaica has earned its place as one of the most sophisticated and exotic Caribbean islands. There are numerous historical sites and museums in addition to other exciting attractions such as the white sand beaches and caves. No matter the choice, you are sure to have a positive and fulfilling experience.

Below are the top 6 places that you MUST tour whilst vacationing in the island paradise of Jamaica.

Jamaican Tours Limited

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1. Largest & most modern fleet of equipment
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Llandestiny Tours & Travel

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Kiuki Tours & Transportation

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Real Tour Jamaica

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Rose Hall Great House

If you have a liking for mystery and possess an appetite for the ghoulish then Rose Hall Great House is the ideal place for you. This former home of Annie Palmer is located in St Ann on approximately 660 acres of Jamaican greenery. Often referred to as the White Witch of Ross Hall, legend has it that Palmer lived on the plantation in the 1770s and often practiced witchcraft and voodoo.

It is said that Annie murdered her husband John Palmer along as well as dozens of plantation slaves. She was later killed by a slave named "Taku" and is said to have been haunting the mansion ever since.

Visit to see if there is any truth to this legend, and why not stop by the local pub for some dominoes, aerated water or a drink of Jamaican white rum.


Bob Marley Museum

If you’re a lover of reggae music and its artifacts, then a tour of Bob
Marley museum must be on your ‘to do list’ on your next visit to the island. The museum is the former home of the reggae legend and comprises a medicinal herbal garden, his stage outfits, the bullet-holed walls resulting from Bob Marley's attempted assassination and his gold and platinum discs. Before you leave ensure that you get yourself souvenirs and gifts to take back home at the gift shop.


Port Royal

There are other attributes to Port Royal other than the massive deadly earthquake that occurred in 1692 or the fact that it was once deemed as the richest but wickedest city on earth. Come and not only see the historical sights, but also hear the stories that comes along with Nelson’s Quarterdeck, The Port Royal Ferry Docks, St Peter’s Anglican

Church built in 1726 and Morgan Harbor; named after the great buccaneer Henry Morgan. Who knows what treasures you may find on your tour there!


Rainforest Adventures

Voted the #1 Jamaican attraction by the Jamaica Hotel Tourist Association.
Have you ever gone bobsledding? Was it in a forest? We don't think so. Rated on Trip Advisor as one of the top attractions in Ocho Rios, come and experience the exhilarating bobsled ride down Jamaica's famed Mystic Mountain. At Rainforest Adventures, we include the sky explorer ride, canopy zip lines, mystic waterslide and infinity edge pool and more for your amazing rainforest excursion. Enjoy a spectacular lunch at our restaurant overlooking the bay of Ocho Rios.


Black River Safari

Get the magnetic appeal of Black River as you travel on a 90-minute boat ride safari up the river. Here, visitors get a chance to meet friendly crocodiles (yes friendly) and pass through the mangroves as the journey navigates through a world of tropical flora and fauna of the wetlands known as the Great Morass, home of such places as Cataboo, Frenchman and Punch Island.