MAROON VILLAGE IN THE COCKPIT MOUNTAIN

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Maroon Village a place of deep historic significance is hidden away high in the Cockpit Mountains of Jamaica’s lush interior.

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Visitors can trek to Cockpit Country, the hide-away mountain homesite of the Maroons, runaway slaves who, in 1739, proudly defeated the British to gain their independence and then settled in this village.

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The tour of Maroon Village is culturally, based and it educates visitors about the history, geography and culture of Jamaican people. You will first hand know how the Maroons lived.

COST OF THE PACKAGE IS:

US$60 per person (all-inclusive)

Buffet Lunch Include:

  • Baked Chicken with Barbeque Sauce
  • Rice and Peas
  • Candied Sweet Potatoes
  • Tossed Vegetable Salad
  • Fruit Drink

Also Served As Traditional Dishes:
Jerk Pork
Roasted Yam
Roasted Codfish/Saltfish
Callaloo
Roasted Breadfruit
Ackee (when in season)
Freshly made Ginger Beer

Some deep Maroon traditions and customs are unfolded through dancing, singing and live entertainment package.

There are Craft Stalls, Jamaican Food and Fruit Displays, a Traditional Hut with Art facts.

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A visit to Maroon town Basic School (children age 3-6 years old).

They can accommodate up to 150 persons per tour.

The regular tour days are Tuesday, Thursday and Saturdays, but special arrangements can be made any other day for groups of 15 and over.

For Further Information:
32 Church Street
Montego Bay
Jamaica, W.I.
Telephone:
(876) 979 0308 or 952 4546

MAROON VILLAGE IN THE COCKPIT MOUNTAIN

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