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  • Address: Kingston, Jamaica
  • Hours: Open Mon-Thurs 5am-11pm; Fri-Sun 5am-midnight

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Port Royal Tours

In the late 1600s, Jamaica’s Port Royal was second only to Boston as the largest European city in the New World, but it also had a reputation as the “most wicked and sinful city in the world,” a hot bed of pirates, rum and brothels. The settlement is at the end of a spit of land wrapping around Kingston Harbour, and in 1692, a devastating earthquake sent much of the town into the sea, where it still lies underwater. Today, visitors can take walking tours of spots built in the same locating, including Fort Charles and the Giddy House, which rests at an odd angle from another earthquake in 1907.

Practical Info

Port Royal is at the end of a long, narrow peninsula that stretches around the outside of Kingston Harbour, just west of the airport. To get there, take Norman Manley Hwy to the end of the peninsula. Walking tours are available of Port Royal’s historic sites.

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Port Royal Heritage Tour from Kingston, Kingston, null
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Port Royal Heritage Tour from Kingston

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Immerse yourself in the history and culture of Port Royal during this 1.5-hour heritage tour from Kingston. Once the busiest city in the Caribbean, Port Royal ...  Read more

Location: Kingston, Jamaica
Duration: 90 minutes (approx.)

From USD $62.50
Cultural Walking Tour of Kingston, Kingston, Day Trips
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Cultural Walking Tour of Kingston

To get to know the real Jamaica, you need to walk its lively streets. On this 5-hour walking tour of Kingston, you will explore the city on foot and by public ...  Read more

Location: Kingston, Jamaica
Duration: 5 hours (approx.)

From USD $65.00

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