Blue Mountain Bicycle Tours Ltd

by Jody-Ann
(Ocho Rios, Jamaica WI)

Blue Mountain Bicycle Tour

Blue Mountain Bicycle Tour

Travel in style to the lush tropical and scenic hills of the Blue Mountain and there you will find Blue Mountain Bicycle Tour, the #1 downhill bicycle tour in the world.


This tour includes round trip transportation, brunch and lunch, guided tour, bicycles and equipment.

Guest will travel to a cool starting point high in the Blue Mountain on a road, called by the New York Times as "one of the best scenic vistas in the Caribbean".

They will learn about Jamaican culture and enjoy leisure downhill 95% no pedaling bicycle ride through lush tropical rain forest, home to over hundreds of species of birds and blossoming plant life.

Guests will be able to view Blue Mountain Plantations, home of the famous Blue Mountain coffee, one of the world’s rarest and expensive.

The conclusion of the tour will be an exhilarating dip at a cool cascading waterfall. A simply and exciting way to end a dynamic and educational tour.

On this tour you will create memories that will last you a lifetime.

0r email us at:info@bmtoursja.com
You may also visit our website at: www.bmtoursja.com for more information.

We are located at the Santa Maria Plaza, Shop 15-16,121 Main Street, Ocho Rios, Jamaica W.I.

For further information call our offices at
Tel: (876)974-7075.974-7492-3
Fax: (876)974- 0635

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Feb 25, 2014
fantastic ride
by: Paula maarse

The bike ride was awesome, beautiful scenery, Colin and his speed demons(photographers and spotters) were loads of fun. The food was fantastic. Learned a lot about the mountains and foliage.. all in all the whole day was great, we will certainly do it again next time we go to Jamaica....thank you to every one and a big thanx to Cleave (the bus driver) for making it so much fun on those very windy roads....don't forget to look for the rooster on way up ....

Jan 12, 2013
Great ride!
by: Mary Duquin and Jack Patzer

The drive up the Blue Mts. was harrowing with narrow roads and lots of curves but the ride down was a blast and the guides both knowledgeable and fun loving. We had a great time and the blue mt. coffee was excellent. Be sure to buy some.

Jan 17, 2012
FABULOUS! Worth every second.
by: Susan Herrgott

I have done the Blue Mountain bike tour TWICE and will be going again in June 2012. First time was in 2002 and then again in 2009.

I can't say enough about the staff - most who have been with the company since the first time I went.

Both times we left out of Ocho Rios. The bus ride up to the mountains is an education in of itself. The driver teaches you some local dialect, points out many places of interest and the scenery is just gorgeous.

I'm not the fittest woman on the planet, but the ride is so fun, easy, and RELAXING. I can't tell you how clean the air smells up in the mountains.

If you do nothing else - you HAVE to do the BMBT! It's SO worth the time.

Susan Herrgott
Derwood, MD

Jun 24, 2009
Sounds Very Interesting
by: Anonymous

I'll definitely be doing this trip.

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