Reggae Tour

  • 7 days
  • All seasons
  • Solo
  • Friends
  • Group
  • Culture / Heritage
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No mention of Jamaica without proposing a special reggae route, in the footsteps of the most famous rasta singers, Bob Marley. A week of time should allow you to visit the inescapable places of this musical culture, today more alive than ever, while discovering some of the most beautiful corners of the island. One Love.

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<p>Various fruits and vegetables are found in the Kingston market.</p> The White River, Ocho Rios. <p>View on the bay of Ocho Rios.</p> <p>Jamaica countryside near Nine Mile.</p> <p>Sale of ackees (national vegetable) on the Kingston market.</p>

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Steps

  • Kingston
  • Spanish Town
  • Oracabessa
  • Ocho Rios
  • Nine Mile
  • Montego Bay
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Details of the stay: Reggae Tour - 7 days

Day 1 : Arrival in Kingston - Bob Marley Museum

Immerse yourself in the intimate world of the legendary Wailers singer as you get off the plane by visiting his personal residence in Kingston, now a museum. In addition to a visit to the house, the Bob Marley Museum offers a projection room where a short film on Bob Marley's life is shown, as well as several souvenir shops and a roots hair salon. Legend coffee serves a refined vegetarian cuisine. Enough to get in the mood right away! Not too tired from the trip? Every day has its own special evening, from Uptown Monday to Freaky Fridays - enjoy it!

Day 2 : Ocho Rios with stopover at Tuff Gong Studios

Music and beach, an ideal cocktail that you will find some 80 km from Kingston, in Ocho Rios, "Ochie" for friends. On the way to Spanish Town, stop at Tuff Gong, the famous studio now owned by Bob's sons. After this stopover, the festive universe of Ochie will take you away. The city offers many attractions where tourists and locals meet in a joyful atmosphere. Let yourself be caught up in the atmosphere....

Day 3 : Island Village and Dunn's River Falls

Among the most recent activities in Ocho Rios are Island Village. In the afternoon, visit the Dunn's River Falls, the island's number one attraction, located just minutes from downtown. Climb the 1 200 m of waterfalls, with or without the help of the guides, and enjoy the freshness of their crystal clear water. You can then rest on this adventure on a small sandy beach located just below falls. In the evening, the richness of nightlife in the city will charm you.

Day 4 : Reggae dancehall at James Bond Beach

For a day of music, Oracabesa Beach (the famous James Bond Beach) sets the scene; reggae dancehall atmosphere is guaranteed some evenings. Allow time to pass peacefully before heading south.

Day 5 : Nine Miles, Bob Marley's homeland

Nine Miles is the birthplace of the greatest Jamaican reggae icon. Stop at his mausoleum and visit the little house where the star lived. The atmosphere has remained family and simple, despite the daily influx of tourists. Then continue to Montego Bay.

Day 6 : Return to Kingston

Return to Kingston. Do not hesitate to stop on the road to meet the locals and discuss a little with them. You will soon find that in Jamaica, everyone is a little musician and goes from his own composition... A treat!

Day 7 : Last day and departure

If you're a Jamaican music lover and the finances go well, a stopover on the Orange Street side, in Downtown Kingston, at the Rockers International store will allow you to find some pearls.

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