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Stop At: Hip Strip, Gloucester Avenue, Montego Bay Jamaica
The Montego Bay Hip Strip is also known for some of the best souvenir shopping ever! There are several of gift shops and craft markets selling various kinds of local art and crafts plus other items like T-Shirts, caps, mugs, Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee, Rums, Bob Marley and Usain bolt’s memorabilia – don’t forget to negotiate prices.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Sam Sharpe Square, Montego Bay Jamaica
Get your cameras ready as you make your way from the port. We drive on the left so, don't be alarmed as your driver makes his way through the busy Barnett Street (longest street in Montego Bay) to downtown. Our first 15 minutes stop will be at Sam Sharp Square where statues of slaves who were severely punished in the year 1832 for the Christmas day rebellion that took place in 1831 are on display. Feel free to exit the vehicle and browse The museum at the Montego Bay Civic Centre.
Duration: 15 minutes
Stop At: Rocklands Bird Sanctuary (Near Montego Bay), Rocklands Road Near Montego Bay & Anchovy on Rocklands road., Wiltshire Jamaica
Welcome to the Rocklands Bird Sanctuary in the hills of Anchovy for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Watch the birds (about 15 different species) fly around eagerly, waiting for you to put out a finger for them to perch and to feed them nectar from a bottle or a finch perched and happily eating from your palm. See many species of birds such as the Jamaican Oriole, The Doctor Bird (national bird of Jamaica), White Winged Dove, Finches, Red Crowned Woodpecker and much more! Please note that these birds are not caged, they are wild birds that just come to the sanctuary during the day to feed. After about 1 hour with the birds, the bird keeper will take you on a short walk in the woods, pointing out various local trees and plants. You might just see a Barn Owl sleeping somewhere between the sticks! This is truly a nature lover's dream tour.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Stop At: St James Parish Church, Payne Street, Montego Bay Jamaica
The tour will continue to the St., James Parish Church for a 30 minutes visit. This Anglican Church, built in 1775 is one of the oldest churches in the Montego Bay area. It boasts an amazing architecture and some of the contents ranging back from as far as over 200 years ago. Built to last for centuries, this church is still fully functional as back in the days when it was first constructed. Be sure to read the marble plaques and headstones that displays an array of exquisite poems well wishes written in old English.
Richmond Hill Great House (Plantation Home).
Our next stop will be at the elegant Richmond Hill Great House. The colonial style Great House is located 500 feet above the hustle and bustle of Montego Bay City. Built in 1804 by members of the Dewars family, original owners of the Dewars Whisky. This Great House sits on top of a hill in the center of town and is home to several movie scenes including James Bond Movies. From there you get a panoramic view of the entire city of Montego Bay. The view stretches over 25 miles (40.23 meters) beyond. Relax by the pool for a moment or just sit by the bar and have a cold red stripe (extra cost). Your tour guide will tell you all about the rich history of Richmond Hill Great House while doing your walk through. After a 45 minutes stop it will be time to head out for lunch and then back to your hotel..
Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes