Whether you're a fan of Bob Marley or just want to see the real Jamaica, this one's a must. There's a trip to the music legend's home and burial place, a visit to a Revival Church and a delicious lunch at a jerk restaurant too.
You'll start with a scenic drive through St. Ann. Known as the ‘garden parish' it's a beautiful area of lush mountains and villages. Climbing up the slopes, you'll head for Nine Miles, the village where Marley was born in 1945. Here, you'll visit his old home, which is now a museum. Wander round viewing the memorabilia as your Rasta guide offers snippets about the reggae king's life before visiting the mausoleum where the musician is laid to rest.
After paying your respects, you'll make your way to an authentic Jamaican Revival Church to see a typical service – an all-singing, all-dancing affair, full of ancestral rhythms. You'll end the afternoon with a tasty local lunch at Scotchies Jerk Centre – voted by Trip Advisor as one of the top things to do in Jamaica.