I was in Kingston last month, on holiday, and did three tours with Jamaica Cultural Enterprises.
First of all, I have to say that the tour guide, Karen, is both highly professional and a walking encyclopedia of Jamaican History. (She is also a lovely lady.)
My first tour started with a short stop at Mico University College. From there we went to National Heroes Park to look at the monuments to Jamaica's National Heroes and the changing of the guard. We then went on a very long walk around "Downtown" Kingston, finally finishing up at the Jewish Synagogue. That was followed by a lunch of goat curry.
The following day we went up into the Blue Mountains to tour a coffee plantation. Then a delicious lunch of stew peas, pigtail and yellow yam in Irish Town preceded the winding drive back down into Kingston and visits to the Bob Marley Museum and the Tuff Gong Recording Studio.
The final tour involved visits to the Trench Town Culture Yard, Coronation Market, the Mona Campus of the University of the West Indies (good bookshop) and Royal Hope Botanical Gardens. Coronation Market was wonderful and I could easily have spent the entire day there. I bought nutmeg and pimento berries (allspice) - both were much cheaper than in the UK. We were joined at the market by Mary Angela, another lovely lady and an expert market shopper. (The market can be a little overwhelming so it's important to go with someone who knows where they're going.)
Apart from the walking sections, all the transportation was in air-conditioned comfort - Karen is also a good driver and will pick you up and drop you back at your hotel.
If none of the places that I've mentioned interest you....... DON'T WORRY: Karen can - within reason - customize a tour to suit your tastes whether they are art galleries, museums, places of worship or anything else that is cultural.
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