Interact with community and see stunning landscapes
Traveling to the Cockpit Country is an extraordinary journey that reflects the nuance and vitality of one of the most ecologically diverse places on earth. This tour is a meandering tour across Cockpit Country, interacting with residents in local villages in the mountain communities.
The Cockpit Country is one of the most naturally pristine and culturally significant areas of Jamaica. Home to the indigenous Maroons and some 1500 species of rare plants and animal life. This area represents an essential portal into the roots of Jamaica's earliest beginnings and future sustainability.
More than an island experience, it provides a Jamaican enlightenment.
The wildlife of the Cockpit Country is specially adapted to this landscape, and numerous species that are found nowhere else in the world are in this ecosystem. The area is also the largest remaining region of intact wet limestone forest in Jamaica and is a refuge for at least 79 of the over 100 bird species found in the island.
Perfect for day tour
Will meet visitor at pre-arranged location and make our way to the Cockpit Country, where we will visit the points of historical significance as well as interacting with local village people from local communities across cockpit country.
Visitors will visit the pictorial spots in the cockpit country to view the panoramic views it has to offer.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Will meet travelers at hotel in Montego Bay or cruise ship pier.
End location: Will leave visitor at original point of pick up.
Duration: 5 hours
duration time may exceed by 15mins as for weather or traffic.
Will be a 2016 Toyota sedan car with ac
Estimated Local Cash Needed
30 USD - personal refreshments, snacks, insect repellent, or local crafts.
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Micheal is a very knowledgeable tour guide who knows the history of the maroons and the significance of cockpit country. He is also very accommodating of your needs/wants during the tour. He gave us a lot of information regarding the history/fruits/animals of the area. My only area of improvement is making the time at the village/hike longer. It felt short and I wanted to spend more time hiking the mountains.