Kingston, Jamaica Bus & minivan tours

Our most recommended Kingston, Jamaica Bus & minivan tours

Kingston: Cannabis Shopping Tour with Lunch

1. Kingston: Cannabis Shopping Tour with Lunch

Your cannabis shopping experience begins with your pickup at your hotel lobby, from where you will be driven in comfort through the streets of Kingston, Jamaica to the cannabis Store. At the dispensary, you will enjoy a wide range of cannabis products available for purchase. Simply present your medical marijuana card and you will be all set to make your purchase. If you don't have a card, a doctor will be on-site at the opening offering free medicals, qualifying guests for their medical marijuana cards. Before heading back to your hotel you will have some free time for have lunch at one of Jamaica's famous Usain Bolt's Tracks & Records. There you can enjoy a delicious meal with an ice cold Red Stripe beer or tropical fruit drink.

Konoko Falls and Garden Tour

2. Konoko Falls and Garden Tour

Wander through the tropical flora of the gardens, listening to the chirping of exotic birds and admiring beautiful orchids. Stroll beside the river as it flows into serene ponds filled with bright koi, and then make your way up to the waterfall terrace to enter the falls and start your climb. On your guided tour you will clamber up the water-soaked rocks as the falls tumble down around you, and stop at the Maja swimming pool along the way for a quick dip. Keep climbing up until you reach the very top of the falls, where you can take in a sweeping panorama over Ocho Rios and kick back at the Nana natural pool before beginning your descent down the stairs. Grab a bite to eat at the Jerk Pit or a refreshing drink at the bar before heading back to your hotel or cruise ship.

From Kingston: Private Port Antonio and Reach Falls Tour

3. From Kingston: Private Port Antonio and Reach Falls Tour

Your adventure starts with your pickup at your hotel lobby as you are driven in comfort on a scenic roadway to the beautiful Reach Falls. Have a great day at Reach Falls on the island of Naturally! Discovered by runaway slaves from plantations in the neighbouring parish of St Thomas who sought refuge in the hills of the John Crow mountains. Reach Falls is a luxurious eco-attraction hidden in the Montane Forrest on the John Crow Mountain Range. The attraction offers a unique blend of comfort, relaxation, and adventure. Reach Falls is centered on an exotic waterfall cascading down a rock face into an emerald river pool. The lush greenery from the Montane Forrest and the refreshing pool beneath the cascading waterfall promises a memorable experience. Reach Falls offers the opportunity to enjoy the cascading waterfall, a picnic area, and a guided tour upstream the Driver’s River (which feeds the waterfall) featuring a visit inside the legendary underwater cave. At the end of your tour, have lunch (meals and drinks not included) at one of Jamaica's famous jerk centres, enjoying the delicious meal with an ice cold Red Stripe beer or tropical fruit drinks before returning to your hotel/villa with a heart filled with Jamaica.

Kingston: Horseback Ride and Swim Excursion

4. Kingston: Horseback Ride and Swim Excursion

Your horseback ride and swim adventure begins as you are picked up from your hotel lobby. From here you will be driven in comfort on a scenic roadway to the Seville World Heritage Site. Your group of experienced guides, who will be with you every step of the way, will provide an introductory session to ensure your safety and full enjoyment throughout the tour. You will then gear up, mount your horse, and prepare for a relaxing adventure as you are taken through the scenic countryside, passing the site of a Taino village, the preserved ruins of a sugar mill, and many other points of interest surrounding this World Heritage Site. Your friendly and humorous guides will also provide you with narration of the scenery and area, telling the story of Jamaica. The trail ride meanders down to the north coast shoreline, before taking you to the Caribbean Sea. Once at the sea, you will be given the opportunity to swim and frolic with the horses, heading west to see the English Pier and warehouse before venturing back into the jungle and back to where you started. On your return journey you can enjoy lunch (meals and drinks not included) at one of Jamaica's famous jerk centers. You will have time to enjoy a delicious meal with an ice cold Red Stripe beer or tropical fruit drink, before heading back to your hotel with a heart filled with Jamaica.

Kingston: Bob Marley Museum Tour from Kingston

5. Kingston: Bob Marley Museum Tour from Kingston

Enter the Museum and allow us to envelop you with the sights and sounds of Bob, as you take a guided tour of this Jamaican Heritage site. Your friendly, charming and knowledgeable guides will escort you through the grounds, which include the Main House, Exhibition Hall, Theatre, Gift Shop and Café. All the original rooms have been kept as they were when Bob lived here to ensure authenticity. The displays include a life size 3-dimensional hologram of Brother Bob from the One Love Peace Concert in 1978, his Grammy Lifetime Achievement award, his personal Recording Studio, his bedroom, favourite clothing, a vast array of Gold and Platinum Records received from all around the World, as well as the costumes of his back-up singers, the I-Threes. The air conditioned Theatre boasts modern state-of-the-art projection equipment, where live performances of Bob are highlighted to each guided tour, the “One Love Café” serves some of Bob’s favourite recipes and juices, and you will find a variety of Bob Marley souvenir items available at the Bob Marley Gift Shop..

Devon House Heritage Tour with Ice Cream from Kingston

6. Devon House Heritage Tour with Ice Cream from Kingston

One of Kingston's highly visited 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. Although the other homes were eventually demolished to make way for modern development ventures, Stiebel’s legacy lives on within the beautifully maintained Devon House - a national monument declared in 1990 by the Jamaica National Heritage Trust. Many would be surprised, however, to learn that the early history of Devon House dates back to the mid-seventeenth century when Britain captured Jamaica from Spain. Today, one can still find this piece of Jamaica's history in the heart of Kingston with its welcoming ornate fountains, and palm trees on the front lawn. The guided tours inside the 2 story property allow each guest to peruse the louvred balconies, Venetian crystal chandeliers, silk wall hangings and period reproductions of its time, and at the end of the Mansion tour, each guest receives a sweet surprise!

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