Come, see, live, love and laugh captures the true spirit and flavor of Jamaica! Journey into the majestic mountainous countryside, wild flowers, lazy rivers and discover true native living.
- 4-hour Montego Bay adventure tour in Jamaica
- Visit mountainous countrysid and lazy rivers
- Enjoy an exotic lunch and fruits
- Take in picturesque views of Montego Bay
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What You Can Expect
In this adventure to the Jamaican countryside, you’ll visit the children of a local school as they thrill and delight you with folklore and songs. From the drum beats of Africa to the dwellings of the Arawak Indians, this guided Jamaican countryside tour is sure to captivate you.
Experience real Jamaica with a trip to its beautiful, rustic countryside. No trip is complete without sampling Jamaica’s fresh, exotic fruits. See how the locals grow their own food and enjoy a delicious Jamaican lunch. Be sure to bring your camera, as rural Jamaica has many unforgettable sights!
The John's Hall Montego Bay Adventure Tour was so captivating. As we rode through the rural areas, we could see the country side and learn so much about the people, their housing as well as the local economy. I think the highlight of our tour was the visit to Mount Olive Basic School. The children were so precious and loving. We, as Americans, take so much for granted but these babies were so happy in their homeland and eager to learn. We witnessed things such as families washing clothes in the local streams. Also, we observed students of different grade levels walking home from school. They seemed so happy and walked along the streets interacting with one another. This trip is worthy of being recorded in a journal to be shared with others for years to come.
This was an ideal tour for us. We were interested in learning about the culture of Jamaica. Michelle did a wonderful job telling us about the history of the community and answering questions. She had a vast knowledge of the people, plant life, and community at large. Seeing the conditions at the school was eye opening. A very worthy place to make regular charitable donations. The lunch at John's Hall was delicious! All the food was raised on the grounds. Learning about the various vegetation was also very interesting The roads were narrow and not paved. The driver did a wonderful job of navigating the many potholes and getting us safely to and from the bush. I loved viewing the small shops and Jamaican people going about their daily routines. No, this isn't ziplining or cliff diving. However, it was a wonderful way to enhance our knowledge of the island and it's people. Thank-you Michelle for a great time.