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An excellent Kingston-based tour operator that specializes in cultural and environmental tours of off-the-beaten-path Jamaica.
Based out of Mandeville, Countrystyle puts together individually tailored tours with a focus on community-based tourism.
This is an excellent ecotourism collaboration between an expat and the local Accompong community...
Tours of Great Morass are offered by Irie Safaris, wharfside from a jetty just east of the bus station.
Tours of Great Morass are offered by St Elizabeth River Safari, behind the Hendricks Building.
Give friendly Captain Lando a call; he’s happy to arrange charters. Expect to pay around US$60 for a half day trip, although these rates may be higher if he gets a bigger boat.
Is essentially a continuation of Heavy Sands – more dark sand studded with shells and loads of clean ocean. Excellent for swimming, but again, don’t swim out too far as you’ll likely be on your own out here.
Head down to any of the small beachfronts in Whitehouse and have a chat with the local fishing captains about hiring a boat and going snorkeling ...
Sponsored by the Southern Trelawny Environmental Agency, local guides are used to lead hikes and cave exploration in the rugged Cockpit Country...
Runs guided hikes and bird-watching trips into the Cockpits for US$85.
Go with Brian the Bush Doctor out on the sea and into the jungle, or stay at his friendly little cottage.
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