Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Croydon Plantation with Jamaican Lunch submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
Superb informative fun day spent with excellent staff.Reviewed by: Joseph L, December 2011
This was a great excursion - You start off by learning a bit about Jamaica and the plantation, and then they tell you about the coffee and honey production. You get to try fresh pineapple juice, like 10 different kinds of pineapple, and a fresh, hot lunch at the end (complete with Blue Mountain Coffee!). I don't really like pineapple but I loved almost every single kind I tried - it's so fresh here. If you're not into learning or trying new things this probably isn't for you. But otherwise, go for it. We even got to meet the plantation owner. :]Reviewed by: Edward G, September 2011
This trip was simply amazing! We were pleasantly surprised on how delightful the plantation was. The day started off with a wonderful bus ride by a very friendly and safe driver named Artwell. We then picked up some equally wonderful tour guides, Alicia and Winston...they were a blast....very knowledgeable and funny beyond belief! We arrived at the plantation to be treated to delicious treats, an education and a scrumptious lunch..(thank you Michelle)......we even met the owner...Mr. Hannah...what a sweetheart.All in all it was a marvelous day and we left feeling a little sad...knowing it would be awhile before we meet these lovely folks again...Go...you will be very glad you did!!Reviewed by: Daniel M, May 2011
very nice and peaceful. well worth it.Reviewed by: Sergio S, December 2012
The tour guides were very imformative and knowledgable about the plants on the plantation. This trip is good if you want a lesson on botanicals. Or perfect for an education school trip, not for someone traveling on vacation looking for an adventure. We took our 11 and 14 year old boys and they were not impressed.( Complained of being bored).Reviewed by: Bolivar T, September 2011