South-west Jamaica Excursion

Crocodile swimming in the Black River, Jamaica

Crocodile swimming in the Black River, Jamaica

South-west Jamaica Tour

Wanna swim in the Crocodile River Or not?

You can still see Jamaica Largest Indigenous creature – Crocodiles in its natural habitat. 

South-west Jamaica tour is a private/Family trip taking you to the mesmerisingly beautiful Y.S Waterfalls before going to see the Crocodiles at Black River or tasting the history of Jamaica and rum at the Appleton Jamaica Rum Factory.

In a boat to Pelican Bar

In a boat to Pelican Bar

A boat-ride not more than 20 minute off land will take you to the unique, cool and relaxing Pelican Bar.

Next Stop Negril for the golden magnificent Sunset on the Cliffs at the Negril Lighthouse or Rick’s Cafe, enjoy live Reggae music and cliff jumping while the sun goes down on another beautiful day in Paradise.

Have diner and/or drive back to your hotel to reminisce on a wonderful trip.

Starting at 8:am

Optional stops

  • Peter Tosh Memorial Garden – Legalise it
  • Bluefields Bay – Snorkeling
  • Bamboo Ave – 1 mile of Cascading bamboo
  • Ginger Hill  –  Pineapple Farm
  • Negril Cliffs – Sunset at Rick’s Cafe

Cost : US$400  3-5 persons                                                                                                                                                                      US$500      6 persons

Includes – Pickup and Return to Hotel,Comfortable Air-conditioned transportation, Informative and friendly Tour Guide, Jamaican lunch, Refreshments( Fruits,Water,Beer,Wine*)

Not included – Entrance Fees, Water shoes, Marijuana.

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Appleton Jamaica Rum tasting

Appleton Jamaica Rum tasting

Special Place in Paradise

Special Place in Paradise

Sunset in Negril

Sunset in Negril

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