Marijuana Plantation & Ricks Cafe Negril Tour
If you visit Jamaica and you want to make your journey a great pleasure of your life, then both Ricks Cafe and Marijuana Plantation Tour can be good options to visit. In Marijuana Plantation, you will get close to Jamaica’s nature and the know-how Marijuana grows. While at Rick’s café, you view captivating scenes.
If you like to dive and you are a good swimmer, you can bring your swimsuit to swim. But if you want to see people who do different stunts, it will be good entertainment. So, Ricks Cafe and Marijuana Plantation Tour will be an excellent memory for the remainder of your life. Many Tourists remember it.
Marijuana Plantation Tour
In Jamaica, Marijuana is commonly known as Ganja. Locally, it is considered an important cultural part. It was introduced centuries back by Indians. Due to captivating scenes, oceans and beaches, many tourists come to Jamaica. It will be a unique visit in Negril, Jamaica, as Marijuana has been authorized in Jamaica for up to 2 ounces for tourism purposes. Jamaican government likewise gives authorized farm extract and comes before long. Each house in Jamaica is permitted to have five plants at a time. Marijuana Plantation is also one of the main reasons which attract tourists.
The question which anybody can ask before going on this tour is why to go for this tour. The simple answer is Marijuana. The Environment of Jamaica, particularly its climate and soil, supports the production of Marijuana. So, it is an opportunity for all tourists to examine how it grows or the environment supports it. While it adds to the experience of smoking the joint while visiting where it came from, it is a similarly charming chance for even the individuals who don’t smoke weed yet are interested in how the leaves wind up being moved up and smoked.
Ricks Cafe Negril Tour
In Negril, you will find Rick’s café, the box was born in 1974, and it is Richard Hershman’s idea. The first bar and restaurant offered a transcendent view of the sunset (6 PM Jamaica time). The place was swept away by Hurricane Gilbert in 1988 and then rebuilt, but Hurricane Ivan in 2004 pulverized Rick’s Cafe again, and it was rebuilt, bigger and better.
Rick’s café is located on one of the most spectacular rocky cliffs and is known for its entertainment and ambiance. Visitors have easy access to the ocean via steps that are carved into the rock. For the adrenaline junkies, there are diving boards at different heights for anyone brave enough to jump. The exciting thing about Rick’s Café is watching the professional divers who jump from the massive trees along the cliff.
If you like to dive and you are a good swimmer, you can bring your swimsuit, there are 5 places which allow you to dive from the top of the cliff, the highest at 10M (33ft). Stick around for evening cocktails, and you’ll witness one of the most beautiful sunsets of your life. The view will be captivating and you will enjoy your life on this tour
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Days Available: Daily
Operating Hours: 9:00 am-7:00 pm
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Tour Duration: 5 Hours.
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Entrance Fees not included in rate provided:-
|Tour From Montego Bay||Cost 1-4Person- USD $220.00||Per Extra Person $40.00|
|Tour From Ocho Rios||Cost 1-4 Person – USD$350.00||Per Extra Person $30.00|
|Tour From Falmouth||Cost 1-4 Person – USD$230.00||Per Extra Person $40.00|
|From Grand Palladium||Cost 1-4 Person – USD$280.00||Per Extra Person $50.00|
|Tour From Negril||Cost 1-4 Person – USD $180.00||Per Extra Person $40.00|
The prices quoted on our site are for 1-10 persons. Please contact us for larger parties.
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