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Bob Marley Museum in Kingston & Blue Mountain Coffee Tour

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Highlights

  • Visit Bob Marley Museum (His former home)

  • Visit a working Coffee Plantation in the Blue Mountains

  • Breathtaking views of the mist-covered Blue Mountains

  • One-of-a-kind coffee thanks to unique growing conditions

  • Visit to National Heroes Circle

About this activity

What's included, what's not

  • What's included

    English-Speaking Tour Guide

  • What's included

    Entrance Fees to Coffee Plantation & Bob Marley Museum

  • What's included

    Lunch

  • What's included

    Visit to National Heroes Circle

  • What's included

    Visit to National Stadium to take pictures with Life-Size Statue of Bob Marley

  • What's included

    Roundtrip transportation to and from your hotel

  • What's included

    Drive through Kingston, the Capital City of Jamaica

  • What's excluded

    Devon House Ice-Cream

Know Before You Book

  • Children 2 and younger are complimentary.

  • This tour requires a fair amount of walking, so you should wear comfortable walking shoes.

  • This tour is not suitable for anyone who is physically challenged

  • This is a full day tour where, if your hotel is in Negril, Montego Bay or Falmouth, you will depart before breakfast, and return for a late dinner

What you can expect

Discover Jamaica's majestic Blue Mountains and visit Bob Marley in Jamaica's capital, Kingston on this day-long tour.

Make a brief stop at National Heroes Circle and The National Stadium to take pictures with a life-size statue of Bob Marley. Drive by Emancipation Park and Devon House, the home of Jamaica’s first black millionaire. Next, visit the home and museum of the legendary Bob Marley, where the Guide will have you take a peek into the life and music of the King of Reggae.

Jamaica's majestic Blue Mountains are shrouded almost perpetually in mist, which gives them their bluish color. One of the island-nation's working coffee plantations is here. Take a tour to learn how one of the world's most expensive coffee is grown, harvested, roasted, and ground.

Climate, soil, the steep angle at which the plants are grown, the mountain mist, and rainfall all contribute to create a unique product sought after by the most discerning coffee connoisseurs. Only coffee grown at more than 3,000 feet (914 m) above sea level in the Blue Mountain range can claim the name “Blue Mountain.”

You will go for lunch at Crystal Edge or Eits Café. Your journey home will take you once more through Kingston where, if time permits, you will make a brief stop at Devon House, to purchase their famous ice-cream, before heading back to your hotel.

Location

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Activity Location

  • Blue Mountains National Park
  • Blue Mountains Park 2787

Meeting/Redemption Point

  • Hotel Pick up
  • Blue Mountains Park 2787
  • Hotel Pickup
  • Montego Bay St. James Parish
  • Hotel Pickup
  • Ocho Rios St. Ann Parish
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  • Negril Westmoreland Parish
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