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Bob Marley's Mausoleum

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Bob Marley's Mausoleum

1,160 Reviews
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Bob Marley Nine Mile Tour
$95.00 per adult
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ATV or Dune Buggy Safari & River Tubing From Ocho Rios, Montego Bay & Negril
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ATV or Dune Buggy Safari & River Tubing From Ocho Rios, Montego Bay & Negril

Journey into the Jamaican countryside on a powerful ATV or Dune Buggy<br><br>Learn the history of an old sugar factory at a colonial-era estate<br><br>Explore scenic terrain and stop in the village of Chester<br><br>Jump off the cliff into the deep blue water of a private cove<br><br>Float along three miles of the beautiful White River<br><br>Start your journey from the 17th century Spanish Bridge<br><br>Pass over, limestone riverbeds and beneath arching bamboo
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Wayne L wrote a review Mar 2020
Niagara Falls, Canada3 contributions
Worth the long trip to get there. An hour or so drive into the mountains to get to Nine Mile. Setting aside the commercial aspect (t-shirts,hats trinkets etc.) the mausoleum itself was awesome. Knowing that he's right there within inches of you as he is buried aboveground.
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Date of experience: February 2020
Jacob M wrote a review Mar 2020
Mansfield Woodhouse, United Kingdom17 contributions22 helpful votes
We visited nine miles one day it is a long day but it is spectacular views on the way there on arrival the wacky smoke stall was outside with the giant cake. On entering we met mr crazy our guy to show us round he was entertaining fro start to finish it was an very entertaining if you get him you will never forget the trip
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Pat Hellemans wrote a review Mar 2020
Antwerp, Belgium7 contributions
Aside from the spiritual experience of visiting Mr Marley’s birth- and final resting place, we particularly enjoyed the coolest guide ever, nicknamed “Barkey”, inspiring us with his great love for Bob and the positive message of Rastafarianism. RESPECT, man ❤️
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Date of experience: March 2020
AndyCorns wrote a review Mar 2020
Heywood, United Kingdom523 contributions128 helpful votes
Visited the Bob Marley mausoleum as part of the TUI tour for Dunn's River and Nine Miles. It was a good insight into Marley's early life and his resting place. There is a lot of memorabilia on show and gift shops to view. The locals don't get offended if you don't take them up on the offer to try the "high" life. The suprise was tour operators have their own preferred locals to ensure product quality (probably on commission). Nobody on our coach took them up on the offer. Our guide was "high"ly recommended but didn't smoke on the tour.
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Date of experience: March 2020
Lauren G wrote a review Feb 2020
New Hampshire54 contributions25 helpful votes
I'm not a die hard Reggae fan, but my other half is. We did the Nine Mile tour and very happy we did! Long windy road to get there, but its a beautiful ride. I was worried about motion sickness, but it was fine. Local rastas outside the gates offering weed cake, teas and joints. No pressure to buy. We unfortunately arrived about the same time 2 large tour busses did and I found it to be way too packed for space. Super cool to see the little one room house, the meditation rock looking out towards the sun ("rise up this morning, smile with the rising sun") and where he rests with his brother. Julian Marley was there as well, playing with the band that plays near the little cafe. Everyone was taking pictures with him while he was drumming, and he was fine with it. Great trip!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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