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    Rastafari Indigenous Village

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    The Rastafari Indigeneous Village is a space that will showcase the life, skills and experiences of our people. Visitors can take a tour of the village to learn about the ways of Rastafari, participate in organic farming, learn to make traditional crafts or receive lessons in music.

    Visitors including residential guests are encouraged to interact and participate with the Villagers while remaining respectful of principles, relationships, private spaces and time management for work-in-hand.

    Tuesdays: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
    Thursdays: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
    Saturdays: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

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    Reading & Eating is Fun!

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    Enjoy a time of giving back, when you literally go back to school on the Reading is Fun trip. A unique opportunity to engage with children and enhance their lives as part of our giving back Program’. Reading a story is just the beginning of this enlightening experience when you are paired with a small group of children, ages 4-7 years old, at their school. As these youngsters listen to you read, you will open a new chapter of renewed excitement about learning for them. Then venture off to Scotches for a great Jerk Chicken Lunch.

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    Reggae Dance Class

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    Dancing to reggae music is a wild ride. Reggae music originated in Jamaica in the 1960’s. As people felt the music in the crowded dancehall venues, they would do a variety of dances example “Like Glue“, “Bogle“, “Whine & Dip“, “Tek Weh Yuhself“, “Whine Up“,  “Boosie Bounce”, “Drive By”, “Shovel It”, “To Di World”, “Dutty Wine“, “Sweep”, “Nuh Behavior”, “Nuh Linga”, “Skip to My Lou”, “Gully Creepa”,”Breakdancing“,”Bad Man Forward Bad Man Pull Up”, “Keeping it Jiggy”, “Pon Di River”,”One Drop”, “Whine & Kotch”, “Bubbling (Similar to twerking) “, “Tic Toc”, “Willie Bounce”, “Wacky Dip”, “Screetchie”,  and Fling. Whine your body, Shake your booty and shake your hips in our Reggae Dance class. Reggae is a sexy, empowering and expressive dance style. Learn how to feel the beat, move with the” Riddim”, grab a partner and express yourself. The popularity of dancehall has spawned dance moves that help to make parties and stage performances more energetic.

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    River Rafting & Secret Falls

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    The Chuck Norris Secret Falls is a series of picturesque waterholes fed by gushing cascades.Your guide will dare you to jump off cliffs into the refreshing pools below. Swing and Jump off the Tarzan rope. Once there, you may swim and jump off various rock formations. It is a great time. We can also hike up the falls and play in the different pools along the way..Your next adventure begins with a short walk through the rainforest to meet your raft at the starting point. After some instructions from your guide, you and the rest of your co-captains board your raft and enter the fast flowing water. With your tour guide steering the raft from the rear, you use teamwork to paddle through the twists and turns of rushing white-water rapids. As you enter the deeper sections of the river, you can jump into the refreshing water for a chance to swim and admire the natural beauty of your surroundings. The river currents carry your raft over one final cascade as you pass under an old colonial stone bridge and head towards the Caribbean Sea. Once at sea, your guide leads you to a private beach for a cool drink and some relaxation time.

     

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    River Sports Adventure

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    Grab your tube,kayak,river board or raft and experience a wonderful excursion floating down the river. Your tour begins as you cross the Irie bridge and walk along the jungle trail, leading you to launching point of your tubing adventure. After receiving some final instructions from your guides, it’s time to jump in your tube and begin your exciting river adventure. A mix of currents carry you downstream as you sit back and admire the natural surroundings of the river valley before feeling the rush of the splashing rapids. The course takes you over a variety of class 2 river rapids, each followed by a calm section to chill out and lounge in your tube. There is a stop along the way for a chance to swim in the water and try out the tarzan rope swing, a popular activity for everyone to enjoy. As the river begins to slow down, you enter the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea. From there you are pulled by boat (weather permitting) until landing ashore on a beautiful private beach at the end of Bengal Bay. At the beach you can enjoy a refreshing drink, take a dip in sea, and view some of the amazing photographs taken by the professional photographer. The river is abundant with lush vegetation, tropical flowers and birds. End the day with souvenir shopping or lunch (optional). *At the site you have the option of doing either rafting,tubing or kayaking.

     

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    Rose Hall Great House Night Tour & Luminous Lagoon

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    If you looking for something to do in Jamaica, the Rose Hall Great House is a great Montego Bay area attraction. The greatest of Jamaican great houses, The Rose Hall Great House has a story with all the elements of an engaging novel. Built in 1770 by John Palmer and his wife, it eventually became the residence of their grandnephew, John Rose Palmer. In 1820, Palmer married Anne, a beautiful but feisty English girl.

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    Rose Hall Great House Spooky Night Tour

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    Rosehall Great House

    If you looking for something to do in Jamaica, the Rose Hall Great House is a great Montego Bay area attraction. The greatest of Jamaican great houses, the Rose Hall Great House has a story with all the elements of an engaging novel. Built-in 1770 by John Palmer and his wife, it eventually became the residence of their grandnephew, John Rose Palmer. In 1820, Palmer married Anne, a beautiful but feisty English girl.

     

     

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    Scenic Tour of Kingston

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    Enjoy the sights, history, and spirit of Jamaica’s capital of Kingston on this full-day trip.
    See its colonial landmarks and bustling street markets, visit the Bob Marley Museum, once home to the great reggae musician; and admire Devon House, an opulent monument to 19th-century Jamaica, visit the Emancipation Park, Visit the National Gallery of Jamaica and Port Royal.

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    Secret Falls & Bob Marley Nine Miles

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    The Chuck Norris Secret Falls is a series of picturesque waterholes fed by gushing cascades.Your guide will dare you to jump off cliffs into the refreshing pools below. Swing and Jump off the Tarzan rope.

    Then head into the hills on a unique adventure in search of the birthplace of Reggae and the spirit of Bob Marley. Visit the “Graceland of Reggae” and see the people of Nine Mile still living the true Rastafarian lifestyle.