Croydon Plantation

A must-visit for anyone coming to Jamaica. The Croydon Plantation tour is one of the most charming excursions in Jamaica and is home of the National Hero Sam Sharpe. After boarding your awaiting ride, you are accompanied by your expert tour guide and you will enjoy the picturesque ride through the colourful and pulsing city of Montego Bay. The best way for any visitor to the island to capture the true spirit of Jamaica is by taking an exciting adventure into the interior of the island. The view of the magnificent mountains, the interaction with wild flowers, and the trickling waterfalls are soothing to the senses. Located at the base of Catadupa Mountains, Croydon Plantation is the prize-winning Plantation that has won the coveted National Champion Plantation Trophy several times. This man-made manicured marvel must not be missed. Capture the flavour of Jamaica while strolling through this tropical paradise. Sample exotic and delicious fruits and drinks made from them. Taste the different varieties of pineapples and citrus, or nibble on a piece of sweet juicy sugarcane. Walk through coffee groves while your tour guide explains the secrets of coffee cultivation and processing. This guided tour is a wonderful way to learn about Jamaica's agricultural methods, principle produce and exports. This highly interesting and enjoyable tour includes a delicious barbecued lunch, served with world famous Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee. Croydon Plantation Tour invites you to visit its pineapple and citrus Plantation. Voted as being among Trip Advisors top ten things to do in Montego Bay, Jamaica, the plantation captures the true spirit of Jamaica. This working estate is nestled in the foothills of the Catadupa Mountains and offers visitors breath-taking, panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. The award winning Croydon Plantation has won the coveted National Champion Farmer Trophy 3 times. This piece of tropical paradise is a must see. Take in the rich history of the plantation, which is the birthplace of Samuel Sharpe, one of Jamaica's national heroes. Samuel Sharpe gave his life in the fight against slavery.