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Best of Jamaica

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Trip Overview
So much more than the homeland of reggae superstar Bob Marley, Jamaica is a land of white sand beaches, native cuisine that gave the word 'jerk' a delicious connotation, an artistic culture that punches well above its weight and an Africa-centred religion that for many is a way of life. See and hear Rastafari culture on a tour of an indigenous Rastafari village, rest in the refreshing waters of Dunn’s River Falls, and swim the azure blue waters of Seven Mile Beach. From cocktails at Rick's Cafe to a traditional dinner with Montego Bay locals, this seven-day trip will provide plenty of proof Jamaica's truly the Home of All Right.
Essential Info
Starts: Montego Bay
Ends: Montego Bay
Ages: Min 15
Theme: Discovery
Trip Code: IQJSA
Countries visited: Jamaica
What's Included

Meals

4 Breakfasts included
1 Dinners included

Transport

Private vehicle,Public bus,Taxi

Accommodation

Hotel (6 nights)

Trip Highlights

•   Short and sweet, this eight-day trip hits the 'must-sees' of Jamaica while allowing you to explore and sample Jamaica's 'real' side

•   A visit to the Bob Marley museum in culturally vital Kingston is essential to appreciating the musical background of this island nation

•   Practically untouched until the 1960s, the spectacular beaches and laid-back vibe of Negril have yet to be devoured by development

•   Enjoy a home-cooked meal at a private home with locals to get a ground-level sense of daily life in Jamaica

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Itinerary & Notes
Welcome to Jamaica! With no activities planned until your important welcome meeting at 6 pm, why not use your free time to immerse yourself in the hustle and bustle of Montego Bay. Why not hit The Hip Strip, a famous avenue lined with eclectic markets and smoky jerk restaurants, or if you arrive early enough, perhaps take a tour of Rose Hall – one of Jamaica’s most historic plantation homes – and learn about the legend of the 'White Witch of Rose Hall. After your group meeting this evening, perfect your bad Jamaican impression and receive a lesson – for 30 minutes or so – on how to speak proper patois (also known as 'patwa', 'patwah' and 'Jamaican Creole'), the language spoken in everyday conversation. Standard English is Jamaica's official language, but it's reserved for professional environments and situations, so get involved and learn the lingo with your new travel buddies.
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