A day of true Jamaican historical discovery awaits. You’ll explore the beautifully preserved town of Falmouth, St. Peter's Anglican Church, drive by the William Knibb Baptist Church, and a rural basic school where you interact with the children 3-5 years old. Then you’ll see Mr. Bones climbing a breadfruit tree and picking the fruit, see a 300-year-old cotton tree with a face dubbed the “Tree of Life” and learn about the monumental inscription on the tombstones at the 18th century sugar estate. The tour concludes with a taste of sumptuous Jamaican jerk chicken, fresh fruits, juices and Jamaica's famous rums.
• Falmouth Tour: Discover the historic town’s churches and schools, and enjoy a delicious meal by the river.
• Church Visits: Tour the renown William Knibb Baptist Church and St Peter's Anglican Church, one of the oldest Anglican churches in Jamaica.
• 18th century Sugar Estate: Stroll the privately owned estate by the River, where you’ll explore the rainforest type foliage and fauna, as well as see tombstone inscriptions.
What to Bring:
• SeaPass card and photo identification
• Sun protection
• Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
• Walking shoes
• Light clothing
• Hat and sunglasses
• The school will be closed for Easter break (2 weeks), summer break July and August and Christmas break (2 weeks).
• Consider physical fitness and medical history when selecting tour.
• Guest weight must not exceed 260 pounds.