Its not ziplining and its not dune buggy riding but this is a tour that anyone going to Jamaica should see. What we got was a trip through the mountains to the plantation where you got to see a slice of everyday life in Jamaica or as much as you can from a moving bus. Our guide Winston C was able to fill in some of the gaps giving context and history to what we were seeing.
Once arriving at the plantation we were shown a variety of the trees and plants that are grown in Jamaica, we got to sample a few different varieties of pineapple as well as sugar cane, star fruit, jak fruit, ginger beer etc.You get to see breadfruit, mango lychee, cashew and macadamia (nut) trees - and lots more. The ginger beer was great.
Winston C was able to tell us a lot about Jamaican history and plantation past, recounting historical figures such as Samuel Sharpe and his rise to prominence.
For a half day of your trip to Jamaica this is definitely worth doing - its a lot more fun and interesting than it sounds.