Duration: 6 hours
Departs: Falmouth, Jamaica
Price from USD 70.00
For the same price, enjoy private or shared group shore excursions to the beautiful 1700 mansion Rose Hall Great House. Take a scenic drive through the city of Montego Bay, stop for shopping and a swim in the mineral waters of the world famous white sand beach, Doctor's Cave Beach.
From the Falmouth cruise ship terminal, you will be taken to the famous Rose Hall Great House once the opulent home of Annie Palmer The White Witch of Rose Hall. The Great House is surrounded with infamous legends truth and half-truth - listen to them carefully. On arrival at the Rose Hall Great House, you will be greeted with a Witches Brew of your own choice.
Then after a tour of this beautiful 1700 mansion you will stop at the Shoppes of Rose Hall for shopping. Then depart for a scenic drive through contrasting residential areas of Montego Bay. Then, continuing downtown Montego Bay via the high level top road. Stop for picture taking and to view the entire Sangster International Airport and the surrounding oceanic areas. A picturesque moment.
Then continue downtown for duty-free shopping at the City Center and for local souvenirs and craft items at the Montego Craft Market. Then travel through Sam Sharpe Square, the towns center which is named after one of our National Heroes, Samuel Sharpe. The history he created is interesting and filled with bravery and courage. Your English speaking tour driver/guide will tell you all about it and all the other interesting features that make this tour so very interesting.
Then finally, stop at the world famous Doctors Cave Beach. Nestled between the Marine Park and the Hip Strip, the translucent water is known for its mineral content and the world-famous white-sand beach is clean and inviting. More than just a great beach, the food court and beach bar at Doctor's Cave provide a variety of meals and drinks to satisfy the taste buds. Enjoy meals at your leisure and own expense. Afterwards return to Falmouth to muse over a day well spent!
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