Tour Packages

The Total Bob Marley Experience

Welcome to JamRock!

Join us as we retrace the inspirational journey of Jamaica’s celebrated artist and King of Reggae. Through his message of love, brotherhood, and kindness, the One Love composer has left behind a legacy within which we too are able to partake.

We begin and depart in the morning, cruising along the scenic north coast highway southbound through the beautiful parish of St. Ann to the first of our targeted attractions in the community of Nine Miles.

On this tour you will relive the genius and influence as we begin at the Mausoleum. We will visit Bob Marley’s first home also serving as his getaway retreat during his riveting musical career and now his (and his mother’s) final resting place.

This scintillating excursion will take us into the capital city of Kingston where we visit and tour the Tuff Gong Recording Studio. It is here that Bob and the Wailers recorded their albums. We may even run into one of his sons in a live recording session!

Following this is a brief tour of Trench Town “Culture Yard”, where Bob also lived along with his mother and newly extended family. Trench Town is where he found worthwhile friends (such as Bunny Livingston and Peter Tosh) and found inspirations for his music and way of life.

Our final stop will be the Bob Marley Museum where his life and legacy has been conserved for us to explore. His home, were he lived during his very successful musical career, was sold to him by his then producer, Chris Blackwell, and now exhibits memorabilia of the monumental era.

A true King indeed. Bob is beloved by many and referenced by true musicians and activists. This total experience is sure to warm your hearts, open your minds, and deepen your understanding and appreciation for this musical hero.

Blue Hole and Native Tour

Breathe easy & keep it 100! You now have permission to over-relax on your vacation. Let Exotic Excursion take you away on our exclusive Blue Hole and Native Tour.

Located in the jubilant beach city of Ocho Rios, come and join the thrilling exploration of Jamaica’s tucked away natural and historical treasures of the Blue Hole and Sevilla La Nueva Heritage Park.

Experience and enjoy the picturesque and peaceful landscapes of Fern Gully and White River Valley as we elevate through their verdant and hilly interior to arrive at Irie Blue Hole Secret Falls.

At the Falls, you will have the chance to immerse yourself in the cool, therapeutic and azure waters that nature offers and unwind as you become one with your surroundings. This deep refreshing aquatic cavern is sure to captivate the diver within your soul and encapsulate your senses.

After this extravaganza with your party at the water bath, catch up on even more relaxation and simmer down at the Scotchie’s Jerk Centre for some of the island’s best prepared authentic jerk dishes while sipping on a cold Red Stripe beer. Jamaica – no problem!

Next, the UNESCO preserved Sevilla La Nueva Heritage Park will provide you with a historical overview of the nation’s past. Relive the excitement of Jamaica’s genesis which houses the antiquities of the first inhabitants of the island, the Tainos, and the original accounts of the Spanish and British settlers which follow up to the merger of the current populace. The motto, Out of Many One People, will come alive right before your eyes!

Top off your trip with a stop at the Fire Water Mineral Spring where you will surely be amazed to see water be set on fire and hear the interesting story behind its inception.

Blue Mountain Adventure Tour

Sunsets in the Blue Mountains are indeed BETTER!

Explore, laze and watch as time stops at the pride and testament of Jamaica’s determination and strength.

Covering more than a third of the country, the Blue Mountains are the longest mountainous range that form part of the island’s geography. Reaching a maximum height of 2,256M, and home and sustenance of many endemic flora, fauna, and the acclaimed Blue Mountain Coffee due in part to its rich arable soil, and numerous springs.

Many like you have trekked through the mountains cool, misty, lush, and scenic tracks to witness some of Jamaica’s prime natural offerings only to be captivated and held by the life giving energy it excludes from within.

There is much to do while at the Mountain! Take a stop at one of Jamaica’s most revered and preserved Georgian style plantations. The Craighton Estate is home to one of the islands coffee farms where some of the world’s most sought after coffee beans are harvested. Bask in the sweet coffee scented air awhile and enjoy the history of this very important crop which forms part of many recipes including the Tia Maria Coffee Liqueur.

Need to unwind and refresh? Then Strawberry Hills is the place for you! Nestled in the lively interior of the range, the hotel offers a unique and exquisite ensemble of the mountains ambience while you dine on some of the island’s best beverages and dishes.

While at the summit the view to Jamaica’s south and north coast are almost in reach! Aah, the magnificence that it holds! The panorama is surely breathtaking and to top things off the warmth and the potpourri of colors in the sunsets will be mesmerizing.

Exotic Southeast Tour

Xaymaca, the name coined by the early Tainos, attests to the charm and splendor of our island. Land of Wood and Water, naturally encapsulates all that is to be seen while your adventure unfolds in the southeastern section of Jamaica. You will be awed by the plethora of water activities in store.

This two day excursion will leave you and yours feeling like you’ve been kissed by life itself as you become renewed by the cool water and sweet air of rejuvenation.

We begin by taking a stop at the historical Bath Fountain Hotel & Spa in St. Thomas. Renowned for its relaxing hot springs and jacuzzis, relax awhile in hot mineral waters being channeled in from the John Crow Mountains into the bath houses by pipes located on property. If you also wish, take a short hike along the hillside to the source of the springs, where the waters also gather into a small pool. Here a masseuse may be solicited for a natural and therapeutic massage.

After your brief respite at this alluring overture, we then proceed to Reach Falls in the Montane Forrest. Reach, is home to a cascading waterfall, the black and yellow billed parrots, and serenity. Here, you will observe Jamaica’s beauty in real time where the waters crescendo into a natural heart-shaped lagoon which is sure to leave you feeling invigorated. FYI, both the films Cocktail (1988), and Lord of the Flies (1990), were partially filmed here. Ah… prime cinematic delight!

The home of jerk is just around the bend.

Rest up at Boston Bay – the famous birthplace of jerk where the hottest assortment of jerk dishes are served. It is also one of the best surf spots on the islands as waves are known to reach amazing heights.

Blue Lagoon is next on our list. This 180ft natural depression sports a captivating blue color which changes shade depending on the time it is hit by the sun. So beautiful that part of the 1980 film, Blue Lagoon, was filmed here. This lagoon continues to be frequented by many influential people and used as a muse.

Next we continue along to the breathtaking Frenchman’s Beach and Estuary. Here the river meets the Caribbean Sea along the 42-acre Cove Villa nearby. This unique and serene beach is rarely crowded, has soft sands, crystal clear water, and an array of wildlife attracting flora.

Then on to bamboo rafting along the Rio GrandeSip on a cold refreshing drink as you are poled by your raft captain/guide along the Rio Grande River. Waters from the Mountains above feed into this meandering stream and enriches the Rio Grande Valley and its canopy to create a very stunning and verdant view of the Port Antonio horizon while on your raft.

Somerset Falls is the cherry-on-top of our time together. This 97-acre picturesque plantation is adorned with plush gardens, ponds, and waterfalls. After a short boat ride along limestone caverns to the falls proper, step in and allow the water to splash upon and invigorate you – tranquility by another name would be an insult. End your day with a meal at the Garden Restaurant and enjoy the sounds of the island from a distance.