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The highlight of our trip. The bus driver was the man navigating the narrow mountain road and our tour guide was so informative it was hard to retain all the info, this is a must see if your in the area highly recommended YA MON.
Awesome tour! We had a quick snack and lunch was provided as well.
Great way to see the countryside. The driver and tour guide were excellent hosts. The tour guide at Bob Marley's resting place was a riot. Refreshments, a snack and lunch were served. I would do it again.
The tour guide and bus ride were awesome. You get to learn a lot about Jamaica and Bob Marley on this trip as well as take in the beautiful scenery of the St. Ann Mountains along the way.
The tour was well organized and entertaining, and we had an excellent tour guide. It was fun to travel alongside fellow Bob Marley enthusiasts who appreciate his music as much as we do!
The trip was good...the driver and guide were personable...there should be options for vegetarians....perhaps fish instead of just steamed vegetables...and others get to have their fill of meat!!
No air-conditioning! We had to peel off the vinyl seats (3hrs in total). We read other reviews and it said they were funny and knowledgeable about Bob Marley and reggae in general. NO! They threw on a couple of DVD's and blandly talked about Bob. We owned those DVD's and we could of ran the tour better. Then we get to Marley's foundation and we get a tour guide that says nothing but screams out incoherent jokes about the other tourists. Everyone has there hands out for tips. I mean everyone! Since we are true fans of Bob Marley we really wanted to pay respect to his mausoleum and say a prayer but we were rushed out so we can hear the guide continue on with his foolishness. If we ever go back to Jamaica we will hire a private air-conditioned taxi and go there on our own (which would have been a lot cheaper). So that we can enjoy the bars and take our time without being hassled. It is a nice place to hang out and if you are a Rastafarian at heart you can legally buy and smoke if you choose to do so.