Tour to Bob Marley Nine Mile Mausoleum
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Bob Marley Nine Mile Tour
Bob Marley the Reggae Music legend is quite a figure. He is still popular after passing away in 1981. He is responsible for introducing Jamaica, Reggae Music and Rastafarism to many people around the world. A trip to Nine Mile Mausoleum will give a better insight into what the man was about.
The Bob Marley Nine Mile Tour is ideal for visitors to Jamaica who have an interest in Bob Marley. You won’t want to miss experiencing the richness of Bob Marley’ authentic culture. Nine Mile is the small rustic community where the reggae legend was born; and is also his final resting place. Today his childhood home, the place where he spent his formative years is now a shrine of his music and values.
The Bob Marley Nine Mile Tour begins with a viewing of the house of Bob’s grandparents; the place he was actually born. The next stop is a small museum which displays many of Bob’s musical achievement. Visitors are allowed to take photographs so they can capture the magic that permeates the air.
After exiting the museum, it’s out to the courtyard where the resident band will be playing live reggae music with musical instrument that are not the usual sophisticated ones, but the sounds are undeniably melodious. You may join the singing, dancing or even try your hand at the drums.
There is something mystical about the Nine Mile Bob Marley Tour; it epitomizes the fact that great people can rise out of the humblest of beginnings. It also gives you a sense of closeness to the reggae legend that would not be possible any place else.
After the musical interlude; it will be time to head up to Bob’s childhood home and his final resting place. The tours are led by Rastafarians who take the visitors through the house and point out the single bed that Marley wrote about in his famous son: “Is This Love’. Visitors also are allowed to enter inside the mausoleum where the singer is buried with his favorite instrument: his personal guitar. A tour to Bob Marley Nine Mile can also be combined with another, such as Dunn’s River Falls, Blue Hole or even horse-back ride and swim.
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Rose Hall Great House
The Rose Hall Great House is a grand estate built in the late 18th century in Montego Bay, Jamaica. One of the area’s most popular historic attractions, the Georgian mansion is the centerpiece of a 650-acre (263-hectare) plantation that is most notable for its famous occupant, Annie Palmer—better known as the White Witch of Rose Hall.