12 reviews of John's Hall Montego Bay Adventure Tour
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Reviewed by Linda S, June 2012
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.
Reviewed by Michael B, USA, April 2008
Reviewed by JennyC, USA, November 2006
Reviewed by David S, February 2013
It was pleasant to get out in the countryside and see rural life and nature. There are really no spectacular sights, and the word "adventure" may be misleading if you have the concept of adventure travel as physically demanding. The driver/guide was informative and pleasant, and the meal delicious.
Reviewed by Ted K, March 2011
The trip was well planned, interesting and fun. A welcome addition to our Jamaican vacation
Reviewed by JIM B, June 2012
Because we were over in Negril in the off season the company would not honor their agreement to pick us up at our hotel. We had to pay the taxis to drive us to Montego Bay. Once on the tour, the people and locations were great
Reviewed by Bruce M, May 2012
First we visited a church, then a school and the final stop was John's Hall. Our tour guide was very informative and lunch at John's Hall was very good. It was nice to go off the beaten path and see the Jamaican country side.
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