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Places To Visit In Jamaica
Bob Marley Mausoleum
We've shared quite a lot of information on what we consider to be the top places to visit in Jamaica, including this article.
But our website visitors kept telling us about others, including new and exciting ones!
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Quite honestly though, the feedback is scattered all over the site. So, with my readers (like you) in mind, we took the initiative to gather them in one central place for your convenience.
So here they are, the top 15 - our visitors' picks! (not in any order though). At the end I'll have a great recommendation for you!
- Portland's Blue Lagoon
- Bob Marley's Mausoleum at Nine Miles
- Mystic Mountain
- Dunns River Falls
- Negril's 7 Mile Beach & Sunset
- Firewater Spring Attraction
- YS Falls
- Wataland Jamaica
- The Rose Hall Great House
- Blue And John Crow Mountains National Park
- Devon House
- Green Grotto Caves
- Appleton Estate
- Martha Brae (Rafting) &
- Blue Hole Attraction
So there you have them!
Now you only need to get there and enjoy them.
Regardless of whether you are are local or visitor, safety, security and reliability for me, are the hallmark of any Jamaican excursion.
It is with that in mind that I highly recommend you to Carlton Turner of Turner Taxi & Tours!
A Professional Driver & Knowledgeable Jamaica Tour Guide!
Who exactly is Carlton?
A family man and a proud resident of Negril, Carlton is one we would say is no stranger to the tour business.
He has been providing driver and tour guide services to both locals and visitors to Jamaica for over 14 years!
Carlton With His Clients
He lives right there on the west end side from where he operates his professionally run tour business.
His business is duly registered with JUTA (The Jamaican Union Of Travelers Association) and he now has a team of four drivers, one of which is his sister!
Note: His business is currently rated #6 on TripAdvisor for transportation in Negril! And that is of the over 100 operators there!
Carlton & His Sister
In addition to adventures and tours, including those listed above, Carlton does offer quite are wide array of transportation services.
- Hotel to Hotel transfers
- Shopping Trips
- Transportation for weddings
- Cruise ship and airport transportation, as well as...
- Private Taxi service
And although based in Negril, Carlton quickly advised me that his services spans the length and breath of Jamaica.
Clients Of Carlton Turner (Turner Taxi & Tours) Stopping For Jelly Coconut
You'd expect that a tour guide, operating in Negril for almost two decades would have some pretty famous clients, right?
And Carlton does!
I quizzed him about some of the famous names that used his services.
He hesitated, a sigh, and then a comment, "a lot".
Some that came quickly to his mind were:
- Ben Wallace (American Basketballer)
- Rodney Pryce (Jamaican artiste)
- Kanye West (American singer & song writer)
- & even a former mayor of New Orleans!
Why Do You Do This?
That's exactly what I asked him, "Why do you do this Carlton - even after experiencing the many down times and slow seasons?"
His response was immediate:
"I like to meet the people from all over the world". "I also love the industry, I feel free working on what I love".
Carlton (In Middle) And Friends
Have questions? Considerring Carlton for transportation services?
Please use this form below to contact him. He will get your request instantly.
It is also the easiest way to contact him.
I've been impressed by his quick response to his emails so I have all the confidence that he'll get back to you quickly.
You may also contact him via the following:
Office: 1 876-461-7452
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