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Jaunting Jamaica

Montego Bay | Ocho Rios | Negril


Experience a Week-long Jaunt in Jamaica 


Jamaica is a profoundly beautiful island nation. Jamaica begins with crystal clear waters flowing over gardens of coral, lapping onto powdery sandy beaches, then rises up through red clay soil and lush banana groves into majestic mountains. Rushing waterfalls seem to erupt out of nowhere around every bend. While Jamaica's beaches are what attract most visitors, this is a country to dive into, literally and figuratively. Beneath the waves there's incredible spots for scuba diving and snorkeling. Or you can choose to stay above the water and enjoy a lazy bamboo-raft trip or catamaran cruise. More adventurous travelers can go caving or get their hiking boots on and explore the remote cliffs and forests of this furrowed landscape. Enjoying the wonderous views of abundant mountains from the top of Blue Mountain Peak. Jamaica is a Caribbean country that comes complete with its own mesmerizing soundtrack. This tiny island has musical roots that reach back to the folk songs of West Africa and forward to the electronic beats of contemporary dancehall. Simply put, Jamaica is a musical powerhouse, a fact reflected not just in the bass of the omnipresent sound systems, but in the lyricism of the patois language and the gospel sounds from the island’s many churches. Music is life in Jamaica, and you’ll soon find yourself swaying along with it. Groove to the island’s singular rhythm as you explore beyond the beaches and resorts to find the heart and soul of Jamaican life. Like many aspects of Jamaican culture, the food is a mixture of the Old World and New Worlds. African spices have evolved over time into delicious jerk rubs, while yam, rice and plantain form the basis of flavorful stews. Seafood and fish are abundantly found in local waters. Throw in the astounding array of tropical fruits that seem to drip from the trees, washed it all down with a shot of rum, and you can not only see but taste how the development of Jamaican culture has managed to retains its original voice while simultaneously adapting to the ever-evolving setting of the modern world. 

What is Included

8 Days/7 Nights

Luxury Adults Only Accommodations in Runaway Bay, Jamaica

Airfare on United Airlines from the U.S. to Montego Bay

Modern Air-conditioned Transfer Vehicles

All Meals Included

English Speaking Drivers & Guides

Cultural Experiences

Outdoor/Nature Experiences


Pricing starting at $5,795

*Payment Plan available upon request


Trip Highlights:

Full-Day at Yaaman Adventure Park- ATVs, Camel Riding, Segway Tour, Swim in the Secret River & Jamaican Cooking Class


Rum Distillery Tour at the Appleton Estate 


Visit to YS Falls w/Ziplining 


Day Trip to Negril Beach


Private Catamaran Cruise w/Open Bar 


Leisure Days to Relax or Explore On Your Own


Montego Bay 

Montego Bay is many people’s first view of Jamaica before they get whisked off to the surrounding beaches, golf courses and all-inclusive resorts. So it's ironic that, barring MoBay's excellent dining scene, most of the area’s attractions are found outside Jamaica's second city. The north coast is replete with plantation-era history, from its well-preserved plantation houses to the historic core of Falmouth. Inland, adventure beckons, from hiking and spelunking in Cockpit Country – a roadless wilderness of hidden caves and eerily silent hills that is disorientating, even to hardened locals – to rafting and zip-lining through the jungle. Filling in the gaps is a dense network of small towns and tiny villages that pulsate with the rawness and romance of everyday Jamaican life. MoBay proper is a pretty gritty city, second only to Kingston in terms of status and chaos. Most of the big all-inclusive resorts are located well outside the urban core in the fancy suburb of Ironshore. Stay in the city, however, and you’re faced with an entirely different proposition. A riot of cacophonous car horns and bustling humanity that offers an unscripted and uncensored slice of Jamaican life. The Hip Strip, Gloucester Ave, with its midrange hotels and ubiquitous souvenir shops flogging Bob Marley T-shirts, acts as a kind of decompression chamber between MoBay’s two halves. You won’t find many hipsters here, but in among the hustlers and smoky jerk restaurants there’s a detectable Jamaican rhythm to the action on the street. 

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