Explore Jamaica
with Us
We offer all inclusive tour packages to:
airplane
  • Chukka Adventure Tours
  • Dunns River Falls
  • Negril’s Day and SunsetTour
  • Port Royal
  • Bob Marley’s Nine Mile
  • Dolphin Cove
  • Devon House
  • Chukka Adventure Tours
    Chukka Adventure Tours

    This magnificent property has a natural cove which is surrounded by 5 acres of lush tropical rain forest. Visitors have the opportunity to interact and “Swim With” dolphins, enjoying the thrill and love of these amazing lovable animals. Visitors can also swim with, hold, feed and learn about the evolutionary secrets of the Caribbean sharks. Visitors can capture their dream of being a dolphin trainer by taking the challenge of being “Sea Keeper” for the day.

    Dolphin Cove is the place to spend the day enjoying lots of fun activities. There is something for everyone. Entrance includes and allows guests the following activities as often as they

    • Mini-boats and explore the coast
    • Interact and snorkel with stingrays
    • Take a glass-bottom kayak ride to explore the fascinating underwater world
    • Watch our hilarious Shark Show
    • Interact with exotic birds, snakes and iguanas on the Jungle Trail walk
    • Relax on our glistening white sandy beaches
  • Dunns River Falls
    Dunns River Falls

    Dunn’s River Falls is one of Jamaica’s national treasures. Globally, it is as well known as reggae and equally stimulating. There are few places where the Arawak name “Xayamaca” – land of rivers and springs – is more apt.

    Climb the falls in a human chain led by experienced Falls Guides. Pause at the ‘massage parlour’ and experience the soothing effects of the water as it cascades to the sea. For the less brave – live vicariously. View the activities of the more intrepid from the “safe” vantage point of the terrace or deck.

    Exercise buffs may jog on the beach or walk the property as part of their routine. And for those who enjoy mother nature’s gifts, lose yourself in lush tropical foliage – ferns, bamboos, ginger lillies, crotons, orchids, a variety of palms and breadfruit trees. If you are a souvenir hunter with a genuine love for wood carvings, straw craft and intuitive art, browse through the shops in the craft park. Or, commission your own piece, climb the falls and collect it on your return.

  • Negril’s Day and SunsetTour
    Negril’s Day and SunsetTour

    Negril sunset is something special to all who have witnessed it. While one would agree that there are no two things the same in the world, the Negril Sunset is unique, superb and very different when compared with other places in the world. Perhaps the beautiful Negril sunset has to do with its approximate location: 18° 16″ 0′N, 78° 21″ 0′W, Decimal: 18.2667,-78.35. Maybe it could be the milieu that enhances ones awareness. Whatever the rational is, there is no denial that the Negril sunset is just awesome.

    Negril sunset is said to have therapeutic properties in calming and relaxing the mind body and soul. This could be so because of the unique way that the sun sets and the ever changing view it impresses upon the mind, a feeling of wellness. This then reflects on the soul. Situated on the western tip of Jamaica, obviously negril benefits from the sun going down in the west. Most of the Negril sunset watching is done in the late evening particularly on a cliff, some feet above sea level.

  • Port Royal
    Port Royal

    Once known as the ‘Wickedest City on Earth,’ Port Royal on the island of Jamaica was one of the largest towns in the English colonies during the late 17th century.  It was a haven for privateers and pirates, such as the famed Sir Henry Morgan, due to its excellent geographic location in the middle of the Caribbean.  From Port Royal, these buccaneers preyed upon and plundered the heavily laden treasure fleets departing from the Spanish Main.

  • Bob Marley’s Nine Mile
    Bob Marley’s Nine Mile

    The Bob Marley Museum is a museum in Kingston, Jamaica, dedicated to the reggae musician Bob Marley. The museum is located at 56 Hope Road, Kingston 6, and is Bob Marley’s former place of residence. It was home to the Tuff Gong record label which was founded by The Wailers in 1970. In 1976, it was the site of a failed assassination attempt on Bob Marley.[1] The Chicago based band 56 Hope Road takes its name in homage to the address.

  • Dolphin Cove
    Dolphin Cove

    This magnificent property has a natural cove which is surrounded by 5 acres of lush tropical rain forest. Visitors have the opportunity to interact and “Swim With” dolphins, enjoying the thrill and love of these amazing lovable animals. Visitors can also swim with, hold, feed and learn about the evolutionary secrets of the Caribbean sharks.  Visitors can capture their dream of being a dolphin trainer by taking the challenge of being “Sea Keeper” for the day.

    Dolphin Cove is the place to spend the day enjoying lots of fun activities. There is something for everyone. Entrance includes and allows guests the following activities as often as they wish.

    • Mini-boats and explore the coast
    • Interact and snorkel with stingrays
    • Take a glass-bottom kayak ride to explore the fascinating underwater world
    • Watch our hilarious Shark Show
    • Interact with exotic birds, snakes and iguanas on the Jungle Trail walk
    • Relax on our glistening white sandy beaches
  • Devon House
    Devon House

    One of Jamaica’s most celebrated historical landmarks The Devon House Mansion is the architectural dream of Jamaica’s first black millionaire George Stiebel. Stiebel was among three wealthy Jamaicans who constructed elaborate homes during the late 19th century at the corner of Trafalgar Road and Hope Road, which fittingly became known as the Millionaires Corner. Daniel Finzi and the Verleys were the other families that resided in the area, however, both homes were eventually demolished to make way for development ventures including the construction of Abbey Court Apartments. Stiebel’s legacy lives on with the beautifully maintained Devon House, which was declared a national monument in 1990 by the Jamaica National Heritage Trust.