Journey with us on our one of a kind Nyam An’ Guh Weh (Eat and Leave!) Tour that takes you on a culinary and cultural journey back in time. This walking and bus tour combo starts in the town of Falmouth which boasts the best preserved Georgian architecture in the Caribbean. From Falmouth we cross parish borders into the lush ‘garden parish’ of St. Ann where Columbus first landed, declaring our island ‘the fairest isle that mine eyes had ever beheld’.
On this fascinating food and heritage journey you will traverse along the beautiful coastline overlooking the Caribbean Sea, through small townships and into the tourism mecca of Ocho Rios. Along the way, you will have a chance to taste authentic Jamaican cuisine through five food and beverage tastings in diverse settings ranging from streetside casual to the elegantly rustic. You will have a chance to meet the locals, experience the “real” Jamaica and learn why our cuisine and our peoples are an intriguing melting pot of different races, cultures blended with a rich heritage.
Prepare yourselves for a delightful peek into our history and culture, the warm embrace of Jamaican hospitality, and of course – a bellyful of fantastic food and delightful fun!
This five and a half hour tour is designed with our Falmouth cruise ship guests in mind, so don’t worry – we’ll get you back to the Port in time! Varied tour times available depending on ship arrival and departure. Contact us directly for more information about available tour times if you don't see a time that suits you.
Our Falmouth Food Tour is run in collaboration with Falmouth Heritage Walks and offers up a delicious blend of Jamaican food and history. In a two and a half hour guided walking tour of the historic town of Falmouth, sample nuggets of the local cuisine which has been seasoned, marinated and steeped in centuries of history. Discover what plantation life was like when “Sugar was King”, and how the life and rhythm of the sugar plantation shaped what our peoples ate and how it was prepared. Savour the flavours of contemporary cuisine and experience through various food tastings, how Jamaicans have used creative cooking methods and a fusion of culinary practices from different cultures to develop dishes that sustained our people through slavery, colonialism, wartime and independence.
In between tastings, view the Georgian architecture adopted from England by many plantation owners and preserved on several of the town’s buildings today. Learn how the town of Falmouth became a thriving seaport in its hey-dey, and enjoy the local fare and interaction with local vendors against the intriguing back drop of the rich, historic features characterizing this town.
Leave our tour with an appreciation for Jamaica’s history, savoured through its food and culture.