Considered to be the “Graceland of Reggae” Bob Marley’s home in the Mountains of St Ann, Jamaica is a pilgrimage for the avid and loyal Marley and reggae follower. This house where he made many hits was the same house he grew up in as a child and spoke about in many interviews over his short life; he spoke fondly of his mother and his many escapades on the property.
Getting to the property allows you the opportunity to furnish your eyes with breath taking scenery along Jamaica’s tranquil country roads. Over 500 species of ferns are located in Fern Gully if you travel from the East side of the island, the cool rainforest appeal is the perfect environment for the growing of the direct types of shrubbery and the streets are aligned with different vendors that offer Jamaica handmade souvenir. Getting into Ocho Rios Town offers you with more opportunity experience many of different types of foods, from the very familiar fast food chains to the very unfamiliar Jerk pit stops.
At The King of reggae’s country home where he wrote “One Love” and “Three Little Birds” you can touch the spirit embodied in the place of his lyrical talents. Your Rastafarian guide has palpable knowledge of Robert Nesta Marley’s musical career and childhood and gives you a visual storyline of the stars endeavors, his parents, and siblings.
The experience here will never leave the minds of all who visit, do not mis the chance to stand on “Mount Zion Rock” where it said that Bob meditated on life, love and music. There is also ‘the pillow” made famous by his song “Talking Blues”.
This tour can be a part of Bob Marley Nine Mile tour which incorporates the Bob Marley Museum and stopping to eat local foods that light the road sides across the island of Jamaica.