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Rastafari Indigenous Village

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Rastafari Indigenous Village

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We will transport you safely and comfortably to the Martha Brae Rafting experience. Here you can raft the enchanting Martha Brae River (at your expense) an experience not to be missed.<br><br>Established forty years ago, Rafting on the Martha Brae boasts a complement of eighty five licensed and experienced raft captains. Thirty-foot long bamboo rafts are boarded from a concrete pier, under the supervision of a licensed dispatcher. <br><br>The raft ride is operated over a three mile stretch of the beautiful Martha Brae river and lasts approximately one hour. Once on the raft, guests can learn about “The Legend of Martha Brae” or enjoy an exhilarating swim. The attraction has over the years played host to a number of celebrities including HRH Queen Elizabeth II, heavy weight champion Lennox Lewis, Chuck Norris, Dionne Warwick, Spike Lee, former NBA star Patrick Ewing, Jane Seymour of “Doctor Quinn- Medicine Woman” fame, Kenny Rodgers, the late Johnny cash and world 100 meter champion Usain Bolt.
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Vinícius A wrote a review Feb 2021
Sao Paulo, SP6 contributions8 helpful votes
The atmosphere is great, you can really feel a different energy vibrating on a special frequency. The people are the best part. They are so special. I felt appreciated and welcomed there.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Gordon B wrote a review Feb 2020
Cannock, United Kingdom73 contributions34 helpful votes
Very interesting place to visit, youll see how they make a living and you get to hear about the rastafarian ways. Youll get to see how things are made and can purchase things like soaps, jewellery, bowls etc. Very good for families to visit.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Woowoo2018 wrote a review Feb 2020
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This was a very informative tour about the Rastafarians but we were not told that we had to walk across a river and to take water shoes, then it was all uphill to the village where we were made very welcome. If you have trouble walking like I did and with a stick this is a much trickier tour. We had no help and my husband had to hang on to me cross ing the river and climbing up the steep steps to the village. Dont forget your water shoes though, flip flops are not good but water sandals are.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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kspencer00 wrote a review Jan 2020
Ottawa, Canada9 contributions3 helpful votes
A must do for anyone staying in Montego Bay. We were at the RIU Montego Bay and the drive to this village was approx 25 min each way. Have a driver or taxi wait the 3/4 hours for you or arrange to have them come back to pick you up as there are no taxis waiting in this area to flag one down. The tour touches on edible nature, the history of Rastafari, music, food, and crafts. Everyone was super knowledgeable and friendly. This visit was a highlight for my family (2 adults and our 4 year old). Our entry was $40US each, we booked and reserved in advance though email found on their website. The car hire was $100 US though Island Dream Tour. Make sure to try the hot cocoa, the best I've ever had! Have fun!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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tammyhowlett wrote a review Jan 2020
Belleville, Canada59 contributions50 helpful votes
This was a very cool and interesting place to visit. It was a great learning experience about the Rastafarian life style and history and culture of Jamaica. Really enjoyed this place. Very laid back and relaxed and peaceful. Everyone was very friendly. Was a great way to spend a couple of hours and not far from montego bay. Only thing i would is that we wished we had known ahead of time that we needed to walk across a river to get there. Would have brought either water shoes or an extra pair of shoes. Would highly recommend a visit to this place.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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