- Overview: Join a day of discovery on a tour that takes you to an historic town, a rural school, a historic sugar estate and food tasting on an island by the river. Highlights: Tour historic Falmouth, including St Peter's Anglican Church and William Knibb Memorial Baptist Church. Visit an 18th century estate owned by a prominent Jamaican family. Visit a rural school and interact with the children. Jamaican snack of jerk chicken, fresh fruits, juices, and Jamaica's famous rums included.
A day of true Jamaican historical discovery awaits. You’ll explore the beautifully preserved town of Falmouth, St. Peter's Anglican Church, William Knibb Baptist Church where an historical talk will be given about the 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.
• William Knibb Baptist Church: Visit the reknown emancipation 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.
• A taste of Jamaican Jerk, fruits and rum
What to Bring:
• SeaPass card and photo identification
• Sun protection
• Cash/credit cards
What to Wear:
• Hat and sunglasses
• Light clothing
• Walking shoes
• The school will be closed for Easter break, 2 weeks , summer break the month of July and August and Christmas break 2 weeks.