Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Jamaica's Spirit of Reggae - the Bob Marley Experience from Montego Bay submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
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Great tour! Our guide, priest Jerome, was very entertaining and also informative. A rather long drive was turned into a fun and enjoyable one. Nine Mile is as expected quite commercialized, with t-shirts and all types of goods for sale, but the guide there was also great!Reviewed by: Goran J, January 2014
Absolutely awesome day out and learned lots about Bob Marley's life and career. The staff were very friendly and our guide, Captain Crazy was absolutely fantastic. A must-do trip for anyone who is interested in Bob Marley or the Rastafarian culture and the jerk chicken place we stopped off for lunch was lovely. Great trip to compliment our honeymoon.Reviewed by: Michelle N, October 2013
Tour was great liked how the tour guide gave information on Jamaica and it's people on way to Bob Marley tour. Jerk was delicious after the tour. I am recommending to various friends to go to in June 2014. Only complaint is on way back to hotel it was boring. You should have tour guide talk more and tell more facts about the people, culture, and area. Also warn the customers about prices at Bob Marley House/Museum.Reviewed by: Arielle S, August 2013
I am glad I went because I am a Bob Marley fan, but I was actually disappointed. Maybe the guides were having a bad day... but on the drive there in the van there was no music - no Marley, no reggae, no nothing! During the drive the main bit of info the guide gave was about all the spending opportunities. Not about the life of Bob Marley or his spirituality. Spending opportunities are the main theme of this destination, unfortunately. Cheap touristy souvenirs abound. We were escorted from one stop to another, each one with an opportunity to buy or donate $. After passing through a tacky gauntlet of t-shirts and ash trays, you stop in front of an amateur band playing painful versions of Bob Marley songs. I guess the point of this was for visitors to give them a tip. Overall, a disappointing tour and most dissapointing way to preserve the memory and contributions of Bob Marley.Reviewed by: Cam F, December 2013
SuckedReviewed by: Christopher D, March 2014