In this shore excursion, you will visit rural Jamaica and see the plantations where Jamaican rum, molasses and brown sugar are made. Meet the people, tour the land and taste the fresh fruits. You will spend time at one of the most beautiful beaches in Jamaica, ending your day with enjoying some of Jamaica's traditional dishes, known as "mama” cooking. You'll also get a chance to shop for souvenirs and more.
Falmouth is the chief town and capital of the Parish of Trelawny in Jamaica. It is situated on Jamaica's North Coast just 18 miles east of Ocho Rios. Travel west from Falmouth until you reach Montego Bay. During the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, Falmouth was one of the busiest ports in Jamaica.
Your tour guides will meet you once you dock at the Port of Falmouth. From there, we will show you rural Jamaica. This scenic drive will take you through the hills where you will visit the sugar and molasses plantations. Then we will visit one of Jamaica’s private beaches and enjoy the golden sunshine on this secluded beach. We then stop for lunch at one of the local Jamaican jerk centers, where you can experience some authentic Jamaican dishes. Lunch includes vegetarian, jerk chicken or pork options. Lastly before returning to your ship, you will have time to visit some of the local shops for those must-have souvenirs. This tour allows you to experience the best of Jamaica!