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Rastafari Indigenous Village Tour from Montego Bay
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Great experience and a must do tour

Great adventure through a small Rasta village "first man" and "queen bee" are the most loveliest and most informative! I really wasn't expecting it to be as good as it was... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Aaron C
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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW via mobile

Great adventure through a small Rasta village "first man" and "queen bee" are the most loveliest and most informative! I really wasn't expecting it to be as good as it was considering all of the hustling that occurs down in the town of Montago bay I was a little sceptical before this tour. Not once was I pressured or even... More 

Thank Aaron C
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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW via mobile

The day started out great, got in the transportation van at the resort. As we are leaving the driver said I noticed you didn't purchase the whole tour, I said yes for the Rasta village, he said no we are going to other places too. Well long story short we made it to the Rasta village was fun, interesting, educational... More 

Thank Carol C
London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You cross a shallow steam , people with slight walking difficulties ( wth a stick ) or slow walkers will manage about 20 feet , just ask for help it takes 5 mins to walk across , I helped a lady . We just held hands and took it slowly , lots of children walked over bare foot !! Water... More 

Thank spirited74
Montego Bay, Jamaica
1 review
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Amazing visit, set in beautiful grounds. Very friendly, talented people sharing their way of life with you.

Thank valrice2017
Toronto, Canada
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was my second visit to the village and it was just as enjoyable as the first. The village isn't easy to find so, on this occasion, we decided to go by taxi, and take out the stress of navigating the traffic, getting across to the other side of Montego Bay. Smart decision. Your experience starts with a short walk... More 

Thank LordGrimthorpe
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Rasta village was peaceful, tranquil and full of love. Learnt a lot about the gentle ways of Rastafarian life. Was intrigued and delighted from the minute we arrived until we left. This was definitely the highlight of my stay in Jamaica, would recommend to anyone. One love.

Thank ursyw
Sarasota, Florida
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Reviewed 3 March 2017 via mobile

This is fantastic, very informative and friendly people, and a beautiful natural setting. Do not miss this, only available on Thursday, so plan ahead. Not to be missed. We will be going back on our next trip to MoBay.

Thank Yablo D
Montego Bay, Jamaica
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Reviewed 23 February 2017 via mobile

Went along with my daughters field trip(we live in Montego Bay)to the Rasta Village.Really cool to learn about the Rastafarian religion,people history etc Lovely people,laid back atmosphere....First Man is the Rasta that speaks and teaches,then they drum and sing...must experience this if in Jamaica.

Thank KevynC
EmpressIleen, Owner at Rastafari Indigenous Village, responded to this review

Thank you so much for choosing the Rastavillage to share experiences with your daughters. Thank you also for taking the time to review the Village and to be so positive, we appreci-love this. We are working on a friends and family day at the village for Sunday March 19th you are most welcome to visit with us again and bring... More 

Cleveland, Ohio
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Reviewed 9 February 2017

Had a great experience interacting with the Rastafarians. Their world view was informative and made a lot of sense. Their history was extremely interesting. The hosts were beyond gracious. I'd reccomend this to anyone with an open mind.

Thank DePrew
Dereham, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 8 February 2017

I've always felt an affinity with the Rastafari outlook on life and the world so I booked this tour with a certain amount of trepidation. My expectations were low, I guess I was expecting a kind of 'Disneyworld Rastafari' peopled by actors 'in character' for their working day. Boy.... was I wrong..... There were only 5 of us 'travellers' on... More 

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