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Private Guide in Ocho Rios
 Member Since 2005  Country: Jamaica I conduct tours in cities: Kingston, Ocho Rios Airport Transfer: NO Hotel Reservation: NO Translation Service: NO


Discover the more secluded and roads less travelled with our tours of Jamaica.

We are located on the north coast of this beautiful island and offer all the sights such as Dunns River, riding in the sea and lesser known areas. We will go off the beaten track to show you the history and the beauty surrounding you here in Jamaica.

We are all proud of our Island and eager to share it with you.

We cater to small groups and pride ourselves on our individual attention to detail each group requires.


Jamaica is an island nation of the Greater Antilles. It’s 85 kilometers in width and as much as 240 kilometers in length located in the Caribbean Sea.

The island was first sight by Christopher Columbus in 1494. He called it Santiago, but the original indugenous name of Jamaica, or Xaymaca, has remained. Columbus considered it to be “the fairest isle that eyes have beheld,” and many travelers still regard it as one of the most beautiful islands in the Caribbean. The island's various Spanish, French, and English place-names are remnants of its colonial history. The most people are of African ancestry, the offsprings of slaves brought in by European colonists. Jamaica became independent from the United Kingdom in 1962 but remains a member of the Commonwealth.

Ever since Errol Flynn frolicked here with his Hollywood friends in the 1930s and '40s, travelers have regarded Jamaica as one of the most attractive of the Caribbean islands. Its beaches, mountains and carnal red sunsets regularly appear in the sort of tourist brochures that promise paradise.

Different from other neighbouring islands, it caters to everyone from beach bums to newlyweds: you can choose a private villa with your own secluded beach; laugh your vacation away at a party-hearty resort; or throw yourself into the thick of the island's life while experiencing the three Rs: reggae, reefers and rum.