Looking for private tour & Airport transfer In jamaica?
Grey Tours Jamaica is a local Ocho Rios & Montego Bay tour and excursion service offering private airport transfer and private tours across Jamaica for Americans and Canadians.
Grey Tours operates Island wide but has direct operations in-between Montego Bay International Airport (northwest) and Ian Fleming International Airport (northeast). Grey Tours can also pick you up from Norman Manley International Airport located in Kingston.
I met Grey personally just before Covid and got a quick tour of a tiny part of the island. I got to taste different liquors, shopping and snacked on some really great Jamaican foods. Looking for Jamaica food, alcohol or cultural tours? Let Grey hook you up with private transport and tours!
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*The 876 area code is Grey Tours Jamaica (Greg’s) direct cell number. If you cannot dial this direct, download WhatsApp and you will be able to directly communicate with them through this number for free.
What Kind Of Tours & Excursions Does Jamaica Offer?
Below are just a few examples of fun things you can do in Jamaica. Note, many of these excursions are paired with other activities that tourist love. Even if you book your tours through an online vendor like Viator, consider Grey Tours and support a local small Jamaica business. There are a hundred possibilities for fun things to do on Jamaica, but here are a few to consider.
Discover Jamaica cuisine with a private culinary tour catered to the foods types you like. Jamaica has a lot to offer from Caribbean Seafood to Jamaican Jerk. I even saw goat on the menu!
Looking for something a little more extreme? What about zip lining while in Jamaica. Do you love selfies? Montego Bay has several highly rated zip lines to consider during your stay.
Love a view? Consider taking a helicopter tour during your stay in Jamaica. have the experience of your life as you fly above the Jamaican coastline and or jungle. There are short and long tours available.
Looking to sample local liquor, beer or wine? Take a tour of a rum distillery or enjoy free samples of a variety of liquor from local merchant while doing a bit a local shopping.
Looking for something a but FASTER? Not only can you rent and tour on an ATV, but you can do it on a dirt bike too. Explore Jamaica a bit faster.
Love the water? Jamaica offer all sorts of water fun. You can cruise down Dunn River on an organized guided tour of do something a bit more private.
Do you love caves? There is a cool cave tour that might be of interest. The Green Grotto Cave tour offers visitors an experience to learn about the Jamaican Indians called the Taino.
Looking for a more personalized Caribbean Ocean tour? Consider a catamaran tour or private rental. You can fish, enjoy a sunset or even snorkel. Note, many day catamaran cruises offer alcohol.
Go all in on a waterfall hike and tour. They say you can even climb this (part of, not steep) 600 foot waterfall on Dunn’s River. End the day with award winning jerk and a cold Red Stripe Beer!
Love lighthouses? Jamaica has nine working onshore lighthouses and two offshore. There are several options for tours of these cool structures. Resources: Wikipedia.
Jamaica Bobsled Tours:
Experience the Jamaican rainforest like never before, on a roller-coaster like BOBSLED! It’s a 3200 foot ride that you will never forget. If you love ziplines, you’ll love this!
Jamaica Fishing Tours:
Go deep sea sport fishing in Montego Bay and get va chance to catch Blue Marlin, Wahoo, Mahi Mahi, Tuna and Sailfish amongst other Caribbean seafare.
Jamaica Bamboo Rafting Tours:
Chill out on a bamboo hand crafted raft while sipping on a beer. Enjoy the float as you take in the scenic views of the lush rainforest.
Jamaica Luminous Lagoon Tours:
Looking for something to do at night? The Luminous Lagoon comes alive at night with fluorescent light due to microscopic organisms that live in the water.
Jamaica Horseback Riding Tours:
Take a horseback ride along the Jamaican shoreline and lush coastal trails. Encounter peacocks, hens, turkeys and enjoy native fruit trees and fruit when in season.
Map Of Jamaica:
Looking for a map of Jamaica so you can plan where and what to see? Have a look at this Google Map which can scroll in or out revealing Jamaica’s cities and towns. There are three major airports on Jamaica. Let Grey’s Tours pick you up!