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Découvrez le paysage de la ville de Montego Bay et faites un tour en soirée de la Rose Hall Great House que l'on dit hantée, avec cette expérience combinée pratique sur la côte nord de la Jamaïque. Passez la fin de l'après-midi à Montego Bay avec un guide local, qui vous montrera des sites touristiques tels que la place Sam Sharpe et l'église paroissiale St James. Puis explorez la Rose Hall Great House aux chandelles pour en apprendre plus sur la légende d'Annie Palmer, la « sorcière blanche de Rose Hall » meurtrière. Le transport est disponible à partir de Negril et de Montego Bay, ainsi que le Grand Palladium à Lucea.
Remembering this tour just makes me want to laugh again. The city tour included a stop for shopping, Sam Sharpe Square, St. James Anglican Church built in 1775, and a visit to a local restaurant where real jerk chicken, pork and sausage was being prepared. Yum! Our guide, Tony, the president, was wonderful. The Rose Hall tour was fun and silly, but I have to admit they got me to jump about 6 feet. Well done and bravo!
Had a great time. Our diver, Howard, was very fun. He taught us Jamaican slang and took us to see some of the 'real Jaimaica' and introduced us to beef patties. The Rose Hall tour was very fun as well. The whole day was a little longer than we thought coming from Negril but Howard made it entertaining the whole way.
Picked up from hotel in Montego Bay on time. Sightseeing tour of Mobay was good/an eye opener. The star of the show was definitely the Rose Hall Candlelight Tour though - very highly recommended. Sudden bangs and people jumping out etc - but all extremely funny at the same time/everyone screaming out but then laughing like kids. Only thing is that with everything going on, you don't tend to be listening to everything the tour guide says, so would love to go and see the house and hear about it on the daytime tour now as well.
It was more like a theatrical spook house. I would've prefer the historical aspects, not some actors who pop out from hiding places to try to frighten you. This tour was at night... in the dark. I would like to see it in the day time. No photos allowed.