I service all Hotels on the Jamaican Island. Simply book your day with me let me pick you up and drive you around to explore our beautiful island of Jamaica.
Dive into the Blue Hole
Dive into the turquoise water fresh from the mountain, swing like tarzan and have a time of your life at the blue hole. The view is surreal and the Blue Hole is somewhere you want to relax and inhale the beauty that surrounds you.
Kingston Day Tours
Kingston has it's very own museum in the centre of town The museum hosts two permanent exhibitions downstairs. The first one tells the story of Kingston's Ancient Origins and Town of Kings where many of the artifacts on display have been donated to the museum by the community. Items on display include Red Deer Antlers from prehistoric times found under Eden Walk, flint from the Thames and coins from Chessington. There are displays on boat building by John Lewis, the history of the Market place, schools in Kingston and the air craft Industry. The other permanent display is the Eadweard Muybridge Gallery about the life and times of this pioneering photographer. On the stairs are illustrations from local artists of local sites. One includes Hannah Radenkova'sillustration of Woolworths in 2009 before it closed down.
Swim with Dolphins
Dolphin Cove is a marine attraction located three minutes from the world famous Dunn’s River Falls. This unique park offers the experience of a lifetime of interacting with gentle bottlenose dolphins in their natural habitat the Caribbean Sea. Guests can also interact with sharks and stingrays, enjoy our nature trail, take a mini boat ride or go glass bottom kayaking. It’s all happening at Dolphin Cove, a day of memories you’ll never forget.
Dunns River Falls
Dunn’s River Falls has a very fascinating history. It is said to be the location of the legendary battle of "Las Chorreras". This battle was fought in the year, 1657 and took place near Dunn’s River Falls. It was between the English and the Spanish Expeditionary Force from Cuba. The battle was in fact for ownership of the island. The outcome of the battle was in favor of The English who won. Also under the leadership of the British, Charles Pryce was the first owner of "Las Chorreras".
Horse Back Riding
Horseback riding in Jamaica is the perfect setting for lovers as well as those who just love the horseback riding experience. Enjoy the beautiful island of Jamaica on a morning or sunset horseback ride on beach.
Chris will guide you to the best local horseback venders. Experience Jamaica the way you can only dream about on Horseback on the beach.
Swim with your horse to a special island just for you ... Spend a quiet time for just the two of you with a private ride.
Explore Jamaica's Luminous Lagoon at after dark. The lagoon is natural wonder full of tiny harmless microscopic organisms that give the water it's iridescent blue-green glow. See this fascinating in person on this night cruise. Learn about why the lagoon glows as you cruise to the center of the lagoon, which is less than 5 feet (1.5 meters) deep. As the water gets disturbed, see an eerie light illuminating from below. If you're feeling adventurous, take a swim in the glowing water, one of only a few like it in the world! Don’t worry -- the lagoon’s eerie-looking water is actually completely harmless.
Bob Marley Tour
The Bob Marley Museum is former residence and studio of the legendary reggae singer, Bob Marley. The Museum is located in the capital, Kingston and this was Marley’s home until his death in 1981. It was also home to Tuff Gong record label that was founded by The Wailers back in the 1970s. Today, the house is a famous tourist attraction, museum and shrine. HEY MUN! , you never know…you may run into one of his famous sons who often visit to use the studio!
Green Grotto Caves
The Green Grotto Caves prominent tourist attraction. Named for the green algae that cover its walls, the structure of the cave. The chambers have been carved by tides and waves with two well-defined levels apparently indicating two periods with differing sea-levels. The innermost cavern contains a crystal-clear underground lake. The cave system is connected with the adjacent coastal waters. The mammoth cave is full of rock formations, stalagmites, and stalactites and is filled with numerous chambers and light holes, but its most dramatic feature is eerie Grotto Lake, a subterranean lake occupying its bowels
Appleton Rum Estates
Appleton Jamaican Rum….Yah MON!!! World renowned . Jamaica has some of the best rum in the world. The Appleton Estate Tour will give you an exclusive tour of an iconic part of Jamaica’s history and rich culture.
On this tour you will learn the historic production process of Appleton Estates’ Rums. You will see earlier methods used to remove juice from sugarcane, learn about the distillation process in their 200 year old pot stills and visit one of the Estate’s barrel houses where rums age to excellence. Throughout the tour you get to taste molasses and freshly squeezed sugar cane juice. The best part of the tour is the finale – tasting as much rum as you can handle! There are 13 types of rum to sample. Needless to say, most people leave this tour very happy.
Get high Parasailing
Try your hand at parasailing where you will be rewarded with breathtaking bird's eye views of the crystal clear water below, the beautiful coral reefs, lust tropical coastline and the beautiful mountains beyond. Parasailing is a popular sport which you are attached to a specially designed parachute, known as a parasail. Para sailing provide great airborne thrills that is a relatively relaxing and a peaceful pursuit. The passenger drifts into the air on launch and then once airborne is usually lulled into feelings of calm and rarely are affected by any sensations of falling.
Let Trusted Island Guide Chris Linton take you for a ride around the beautiful Island of Jamaica. Water Falls, breath taking views, the mysterious and beautiful Rain Forrest, , Ocho Rios market place, Appleton Rum factory, Bob Marley Museum, the parish of Kingston and much more. Stop for lunch and experience some real Jamaican Jerk Chicken cooked over a pit of charcoal on top of Papaya stalks smoked and spiced to mouth watering perfection.
Jamaica has inland rivers that connect its major cities to less populated rural areas. Jamaica's farmers once used bamboo rafts to transport their crops to markets in port cities on the ocean, according to Fodor's. Bamboo raft trips on Jamaica's rivers allow you to experience Jamaica's cooler, more serene countryside while you take a break from strenuous beach activities.
Ocho Rios Tour offers a bamboo rafting experience on Jamaica's White River or St Ann's River. The 45-minute trip through bamboo groves includes an opportunity to take a brief swim, along with a visit to a local bar, midway.
Jamaica has some of the best deep sea fishing that will satisfy any angler from beginner to season professional. Jamaican deep sea fishing is extremely popular among tourist and locals alike. The Caribbean underwater geography create a rich marine environment for several types of fish such as the blue marlin, white marlin, sailfish, mahi mahi, wahoo, barracuda, red snapper, grouper, bonita, shark, green jack, jack fish, yellow jack, kingfish, tarpon, striped tuna, black fin tuna and yellow fin tuna.