WELCOME ABOARD!

It is our pleasure to take you on an intriguing and enlightening discovery of Kingston & St. Andrew, hailed as the Caribbean’s most exciting city, rich in history, culture and energy.

During your tour, our affable, engaging and knowledgeable guide will give you minute-by-minute electrifying coverage on sites seen, as well as commentary on the rich history of the locations you discover. The Jamaican capital’s rich history and culture are on picturesque display, with gorgeous shots aplenty perfectly suited to share with family and friends.

Buckle up, sit back and relax… Enjoy an adventurous sightseeing experience of the city of Kingston that’s guaranteed to leave lasting memories!

AVAILABLE TOURS

Your colourful and engaging journey will traverse the busy thoroughfares of the city, showcasing the eclectic mix of architecture reflecting the island’s early European influence, interspersed with contemporary designs. Absorb the intrigue of several points of interest: the world’s 7th largest natural harbour, historical parks and statues, and government landmarks. Be utterly charmed by infectious Jamaican personalities, while experiencing a colourful city that has influenced the origins of reggae music, Bob Marley, Usain Bolt and other globally acclaimed Jamaican icons.

This enjoyable bus ride, led by our super-friendly and knowledgeable tour guide, offers many sights to see that will include:

The University of the West Indies

Ranked in the top 5% among 28,000 registered universities globally, UWI currently serves over 17 member countries of the Caribbean.

National Heroes Park

A 50-acre botanical garden which is also the burial site of many of Jamaica’s National Heroes, Prime Ministers, and cultural luminaries.

Kingston Harbour

Home to the largest shipping port in the Caribbean, this harbour is the world’s 7th largest natural harbour, and once the hub for 17th century pirate ships.

The former home-turned-museum of the late international reggae superstar.

A 7-acre public park with fountains and art commemorating the end of slavery.

King’s House

Official residence of the Governor General of Jamaica who ceremonially represents the British Monarch.

Home of Jamaica’s first black millionaire George Stiebel, built in 1881, and popular city attraction.

Jamaica House

The office of Jamaica’s Prime Minister.

Peter Tosh Museum

Museum honouring the trailblazing reggae star.

Creative Art Walk District

Discover the creative minds and interpretations of our artists, exploring a world of sociocultural commentary on topics from history to vibrant expressions of Jamaican culture.

The Bob Marley City Tour is a captivating 2-hour experience that takes you on a journey through the vibrant and historic city of Kingston. Led by a trained and professional tour guide, this tour offers a unique perspective on the city’s iconic landmarks, historic sites, and architectural marvels.

During the first hour of the tour, you will be immersed in the picturesque scenes that showcase the evolution of the city over the centuries. Some of the notable sites include Emancipation Park, the National Heroes Park, the National Art Gallery, and the Kingston Creative Art-Walk Murals, among others. Your knowledgeable tour guide will provide fascinating insights into the significance and history of these landmarks, allowing you to see the city through a new lens.

In the second half of the tour, you will have the opportunity to visit the legendary Bob Marley Museum. This iconic attraction offers a glimpse into the life and legacy of the renowned reggae musician. Learn about the journey that took Bob Marley from humble beginnings to becoming a global icon and even a hero to some.

Immerse yourself in his world and gain a deeper understanding of his impact on music, culture, and society. The Bob Marley City Tour is not just a sightseeing experience, but a chance to connect with the rich cultural heritage of Kingston and the influential figures that have shaped its identity.

Whether you are a music enthusiast, history buff, or simply curious about the city’s past, this combo tour promises an unforgettable and enlightening adventure.

Other Sites Include:

The University of the West Indies

Ranked in the top 5% among 28,000 registered universities globally, UWI currently serves over 17 member countries of the Caribbean.

National Heroes Park

A 50-acre botanical garden which is also the burial site of many of Jamaica’s National Heroes, Prime Ministers, and cultural luminaries.

Kingston Harbour

Home to the largest shipping port in the Caribbean, this harbour is the world’s 7th largest natural harbour, and once the hub for 17th century pirate ships.

Creative Art Walk District

Discover the creative minds and interpretations of our artists, exploring a world of sociocultural commentary on topics from history to vibrant expressions of Jamaican culture.

Peter Tosh Museum

Museum honouring the trailblazing reggae star.

Jamaica House

The office of Jamaica’s Prime Minister.

A 7-acre public park with fountains and art commemorating the end of slavery.

King’s House

Official residence of the Governor General of Jamaica who ceremonially represents the British Monarch.

The Devon House City Tour is a captivating 2-hour experience that takes you on a journey through the vibrant and historic city of Kingston. Led by a trained and professional tour guide, this tour offers a unique perspective on the city’s iconic landmarks, historic sites, and architectural marvels.

During the first hour of the tour, you will be immersed in the picturesque scenes that showcase the evolution of the city over the centuries. Some of the notable sites include Emancipation Park, the National Heroes Park, the National Art Gallery, and the Kingston Creative Art-Walk Murals, among others. Your knowledgeable tour guide will provide fascinating insights into the significance and history of these landmarks, allowing you to see the city through a new lens.

In the second half of the tour, you will have the opportunity to visit the Devon House – a jewel of Jamaican heritage. Devon House, built in 1881, holds a special place in Jamaica’s history. It was the residence of George Stiebel, Jamaica’s first black millionaire, and today, it’s a treasured city attraction. The mansion is a blend of Georgian architecture and Jamaican charm, showcasing the opulence of a bygone era. With its captivating architecture and lush gardens, it’s a window into the past and an exquisite destination to explore.

The Devon House City Tour is not just a sightseeing experience but a chance to connect with the rich cultural heritage of Kingston, peruse the crafts of local artisans, and perhaps enjoy a tasty treat at the bakery or the world famous Devon House Ice-Cream.

Whether you are a history buff, or simply curious about the city’s past, This combo tour promises an unforgettable and enlightening adventure.

Other Sites Include:

The University of the West Indies

Ranked in the top 5% among 28,000 registered universities globally, UWI currently serves over 17 member countries of the Caribbean.

National Heroes Park

A 50-acre botanical garden which is also the burial site of many of Jamaica’s National Heroes, Prime Ministers, and cultural luminaries.

Kingston Harbour

Home to the largest shipping port in the Caribbean, this harbour is the world’s 7th largest natural harbour, and once the hub for 17th century pirate ships.

Creative Art Walk District

Discover the creative minds and interpretations of our artists, exploring a world of sociocultural commentary on topics from history to vibrant expressions of Jamaican culture.

Peter Tosh Museum

Museum honouring the trailblazing reggae star.

Jamaica House

The office of Jamaica’s Prime Minister.

A 7-acre public park with fountains and art commemorating the end of slavery.

King’s House

Official residence of the Governor General of Jamaica who ceremonially represents the British Monarch.

TOUR ROUTE

Kingston City Guided Tours

What Our Adventurers Say

Joan Stephenson
Joan Stephenson
2024-02-20
Our driver and tour guide, David and Shavontae were absolutely delightful. They were both very knowledgeable and a pleasure to be with. Tour was enjoyable and my colleague and I got to see another side of the island away from the sun, sea etc. Would do the tour again with these two. Big thanks to David and Shavontae.
Lorna Tullis
Lorna Tullis
2024-02-03
I had an amazing time, Shavontae took her time explaining the history of ionic places which i shall go back and spend sometime there. John was an experienced driver especially driving down the narrow roads he also recommend where to eat ( I love seafood) it was on point. I highly recommend this trip really worth the experience knowing Kingston 🇯🇲
Bob Flagg
Bob Flagg
2024-01-03
Great tour to see highlights of city along with knowledgeable guide. Devon House, Bob Marley statue and lovely Heroes Park. Good tour to get to know where to visit on your own. Shavontae very knowledgeable and friendly. John was great driver. Thanx so much.
Adria
Adria
2023-12-12
We had a great tour in Kingston with guide Shavontae who was very pleasant and well informed about the highlights of Kingston. Driver John was also great. He even told us Dutch people about Hans Brinker with his finger in the dike!😂 We can absolutely recommend it! Adria & Guus
barbara carini
barbara carini
2023-11-23
nice tour with our guide Shavontae. in 2 and a half hours we got to know a lot more about kingston. i would recommend it :) coffe and paninis were also tasty!
Kayde-Ann Forte
Kayde-Ann Forte
2023-07-29
I was invited on this tour by a friend and I must admit that initially I wasn't too excited about going because I live & work in the city of Kingston. I thought, "what could this tour show me that I haven't already seen?" Well, I must say I was glad I went. Although I saw sights that I've driven past many times while going about my daily life, I learned so much about about these historic sights that had me saying "really?" "wow" "ooh, I didn't know that" the whole tour. The tour guide was very informative & engaging & the bus driver's good vibe & energy was contagious. I took some great pics of spots I never stopped to appreciate before. I felt like a tourist in my own city, which was kinda nice. Highly recommended!
Venice Williams
Venice Williams
2023-07-28
If you don’t have a lot of time in Kingston this is the perfect tour to see all of what Kingston has to offer. The tour bus in clean, tour guide is great and the bus driver is funny. Not to mention the the food and drinks that the cafe has to offer; it was so tasty. Pick up location is safe and central. The owner is attentive this experience is a 10. If you arrive an hour before you can have breakfast or you can have lunch after it’s so fun and great.
Corrine Williams
Corrine Williams
2023-07-28
Kingston City Guided Tours provided an expectational experience. From the moment we booked our tour until the end of the journey, their team displayed professionalism and deep knowledge of the city's history and landmarks.
Kimone Ferguson
Kimone Ferguson
2023-07-25
Kingston City Guided Tours offers an exceptional and well-crafted journey through the heart of Kingston, Jamaica. The combination of historical insights, cultural immersion, and the expertise of the tour guides make it an unparalleled experience for travelers seeking to understand the city beyond its tourist attractions. From the bustling markets to the historic landmarks, the tour showcases the true spirit and diversity of Kingston. If you're looking to explore the heart and soul of Jamaica's capital city, I highly recommend Kingston City Guided Tours. They provide an unforgettable adventure that leaves visitors with a deeper understanding and appreciation of Kingston's history, culture, and people. Without a doubt, this tour is an excellent investment for anyone seeking an enriching and immersive travel experience in the Caribbean.
Richard Omally
Richard Omally
2023-07-25
Very informative tour! This is definitely something to do In Kingston with your friends and family or go alone. Jason is a very hilarious bus driver, the journey was safe, secure, and cool! Good job guys. I didn’t know Kingston had so many beautiful building and architecture. Not to mention the murals!! See you soon guys!