What do travellers say about Rappa Rasta Tours?
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Ron Nowicki, August 2015
We had a great experience going on a tour with Rappa. He showed us beautiful places we couldn’t have dreamed off before we came to Jamaica. Thanks for the irie vibrations! One love.
April van de Veerdonk, Februari 2017
We had a great time with Rappa and Sandra. On our first tour we went to Kingston. It was a very long drive from Negril, but we saw a lot of Jamaica and had some great stops. On our way we stopped at a little beach and we’ve got to see the Peter Tosh Mausoleum. We also had some lunch at a little local restaurant. In Kingston we visited the Bob Marley Museum and went to Devon House, where we had some very nice ice cream. The second tour we did with Rappa, we went to Rocklands Bird Sanctuary and Bamboo Rafting on the Martha Brae River. This was a very relaxed day full with the beautiful nature of Jamaica. Rappa and Sandra are such nice people and they have a lot to tell about the country and the Jamaican people. If you travel with them you can stop whenever you like and everything is possible. Touring with them is full joy!
Kevin Kleuver, May 2016
Rappa is a true Rasta Man!! helpful, safe and has a whole heap a knowledge and wisdom about Jamaica… Nothing is to much… Always happy and willing to do anything for you!! BEST TOUR GUIDE INNA JAMAICA!!! Rappa Rasta Tours for the real Jamaican local experience!!! Million time thnx Rappa and Sandra!!!
Michel van Eck, June 2016
We had a wonderful tour with Rappa and Sandra! My girlfriend and I didn’t want to book a tour with a big organization, but decided to tour with a local tour guide. That’s how we found Rappa and Sandra. After a short meeting at the resort which was arranged without any problems we put together our own private tour.
They picked us up at the resort and took us to various spots on the island. We saw a beautiful hidden beach, went to the Y.S. falls, did the Black River Safari and had a drink at the beautiful Pelican Bar. During the day, Rappa and Sandra told us all sorts of things about the nature of Jamaica, the history and the Rastafarian religion.
I would highly recommend this tour to everyone who is visiting Jamaica and wants to look further than their resort. Thanks again Rappa and Sandra!
Paula vd Poel, March 2017
Smile Jamaica! A beautiful island you don’t want to miss. We asked Rappa to be our tour guide during our time in Jamaica, one of our best decisions! Rappa knows Jamaica by heart and can take you to places no tour bus comes. We did the blue mountain tour for instance where you stay overnight in a guesthouse without electricity up in the mountains where only a four-wheel drive can come. Once in a lifetime experience! Don’t forget your flashlight and rain clothes 😉
Where the tour busses are rushing the tours, Rappa takes his time. If you want to stop anywhere it’s no problem. And if you are interested he will give you information about whatever you want to know. He doesn’t do this in a guide kind off way but more in a friend kind off way. Ask away!
What you also do not experience when you travel by group is properly meeting the locals. Trough Rappa you easily can get in contact with the locals whom are very friendly. Everybody loves the rasta’s & so do we.
Also convenient is Rappa’s flexibility, we could change our schedule easily. Probably best is when you contact Rappa and his Dutch girlfriend Sandra (they run this together) before you book your hotel(s) so you make sure you have the most optimal schedule.
So look no further, Rappa Rasta Tours is truly recommendable.
Thanks again Rappa & Sandra! We enjoyed Jamaica to the fullest and hopefully we can come again someday! Greets, Paula & Linton
Guus Hurkmans, February 2017
I will come back, for sure!
Jamaica, the island with the most wonderful nature, fresh food, good vibes with the best people and ofcource reggae music. Rappa made me see and experience all of this for 4 weeks, “Clean game Bredda”.
He took me to Saint Ann’s, Manchester, Westmoreland and Kingston. I couldnt find all these places to stop by without a local and Rappa is the best local I could ask for to show me both the ‘country’, as the beaches and all famous places everyone needs to see once in their lives.
Jan Vrolijk, May 2015
Don´t hurry, just have ol the fun. Thanx, Jan, Suz_ Dani. Live long and prosper.
Deborah Peach, January 2016
Rappa and Sandra were so helpful. I hurt my back and couldn’t tour with them, but they drove to our hotel to bring me herbs from the backyard to make tea and brought me to a chiropractor on the beach who helped me immensely. They did everything out of the goodness of their hearts and I am so grateful. Will definitely link up next time we are down there when I’m feeling better. Thanks again!
Jorn Jelsma, August 2016
Come in contact with the Real Jamaica (y) Beautiful Land & People very kind and social! And ofc with Rappa Rasta you meet the locals themselves! #Blessings mon #Whagwaan
Michael van Engelen, November 2016
Yeah man Jamaica.
Het was een super vakantie. Wij komen hier zeker nog een keer terug. En dan tripjes met jou man. Dank je wel voor de tijd.
Michael en Vanessa
Ursula Nas, Oktober 2016
We’ve booked our vacation to Jamaica, and we didn’t like it to go on tour with a bus full of other tourists, so we looked on internet and found the page of Rappa Rasta Tours. THAT’S what we were looking for! Touring with a local tour-guide! After some mails with Sandra (she is Dutch so that was nice and easy to talk) we had booked 2 days with Rappa.
Rappa picked us up at our resort in Ocho Rios, NO PROBLEM 🙂and we’ve went to Nine Miles. He took the long but beautiful route up to the mountains. It was great and with some reggae music in the car we felt like real Jamaicans haha. We saw Bob Marley’s Mausoleum, very special to be there.
After that Rappa brought us to a good friend, Alvin. He showed us his property and his house and told us about his life on nine mile. He also play drums in the Bob Marley Mausoleum. It was very great to meet him.
On the road Rappa stopped by a little store, and bought some bananas , and then downhill to the Dunn’s River Falls. That was very spectacular, from the beach we climbed with a guide and more people, all the way up over rocks and waterfalls NICE!!
While driving, Rappa told us a lot about his life in Jamaica, he’s such a great man, real RASTA, he shares everything he has and make a lot of people very happy. He has a heart of gold!
The second day: Ursula Nas, Oktober 2016
The second day, he brought us to Kingston, the Bob Marley Museum, also a great place to be, inside the house, where Bob has lived his last years, you see his albums, original kitchen, bedroom and studio.
Before we went to Pinnacle, we took an “5-minute” break at the Devon house, eat some ice cream.
The road trip must go on, so Rappa took us to Pinnacle. This is the place where the first Rastafari settled down, is sad to see that what is become of the dream of the Rastafari…….
The Blue hole Rappa has showed us on the 3th day, we’ve had the whole morning and is was great. Two guides brought us to the hole, it wasn’t that blue that day, because of the rain and mud from the night before, but we’ve had a great time with Rappa and the other boy’s.
We would recommend Rappa Rasta Tour to anyone who will go to Jamaica and will see it on an different but awesome way.
Thanks Rappa for the great and unforgettable time. Love, Peace and Respect!!! Greets also to Sandra.
Joop & Ursula