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Admirez l’oiseau national de la Jamaïque de près avec une visite au sanctuaire d’oiseaux de Rockland, qui abrite une communauté colorée de colibris et d’autres espèces indigènes. Les amateurs d’oiseaux auront l’occasion d’observer les petites créatures ailées en action et de les nourrir avec bouteille de nectar. Obtenez une dose culturelle, aussi, avec un arrêt facultatif à Montego Bay « Hip Strip » pour acheter des produits faits à la main et des produits détaxés.
Profitez d’une rencontre rapprochée avec les colibris et autres espèces dans un Sanctuaire d’oiseaux jamaïcain
Nourrissez les colibris avec une bouteille de doux nectar
Vous en apprendrez plus sur la faune jamaïcaine au milieu des plantes et herbes dans une promenade dans les jardins
Achetez des souvenirs et des produits détaxés avec un arrêt facultatif à Montego Bay
We had heard about this experience from friends who had done the same tour a few years ago. Our pick up was prompt and on time and our driver was very friendly. We were lucky enough to be the only ones in the car so we could ask the driver plenty of questions regarding Jamaica on our 30 minutes drive from our hotel to the Sanctuary. The road up to the sanctuary is quite bumpy and steep and you will have a moment where you'll think where on earth are we going, but once you arrive you will enjoy the peacefulness and calmness of the sanctuary. Admission was 20 each which we thought was quite a lot but the experience was good. You can sit and feed the hummingbirds for as long as you want and enjoy the birds and plenty of other bird species too! coming and going. The hummingbirds are beautiful and if you love bird-watching this is definitely a place worth visiting.
The 50 only covers the ride up and down the hill. The Fee for the bird sanctuary is 20. The hummingbirds were beautiful, but not that numerous because of the rain. The host was very nice and knowledgeable. I am not sure I would book it again.
It was an amazing excursion!! The Hummingbirds were great and it was really exciting when they landed and drank from the little bottles.
I highly recommend this excursion to anyone who is into nature and birds of course, and the tour of the property was very enlightening to see all of the natural shrubbery around. I left with different leaves from local flora in my pockets, pimento, lemongrass, and even a couple of scotch bonnet peppers!!
Two thumbs up!!!
We had chosen the 10:00 am 2 hour trip as we were due to fly home this afternoon and this fitted in well with our itinerary.We were picked up on time from the cruise terminal by our driver Patrick. We were soon at the roadway up the hillside which we had heard was pretty rough but Patrick told us that there had been some repair work done on the worst of the potholes and the ride up was not bad at all! We were met by the covered patio area where 5 or 6 chairs were line up for visitors to sit on. Before we were even given the bottles of sugar-water, there were three or four Streamer-tails darting about. As soon as we were seated they began to approach and soon they were perching on our fingers and drinking! What a wonderful experience to have these sparkling, glittering gems of nature so close! Several other visitors arrived and they were soon as delighted as we were with this amazing display! There were plenty of other birds at the seed and fruit feeders, Bananaquit, Orangequit,Yellow-Faced and Black-Faced Grassquits, Caribbean and Common Ground Doves and Jamaican Orioles, to name a few. Surprises, for me, were a Worm-Eating Warbler on the feeders and an Ovenbird as I strolled the garden. Fritz apologised for being unable to take me around as he had been ill recently but I was thrilled with what I'd seen and as there were some species I didn't get to see, I now have a good reason to return, which I will at some point. Just before we left, we took a seat on the side to have a chat, the other visitors had left by then and as we sat down, in came another Streamer-tail and a Jamaican Mango looking for another feed! All-in-all, this was an unmissable trip and one that will appeal to anyone with even a passing interest in the natural world. I saw young children and pensioners agog at what they were looking at here! In a word - brilliant!