• Hike the famous Blue Mountains and learn about protected area management

  • Go upriver on a bamboo raft with crocodiles lining the shores

  • Hike through tropical rainforest and arrive at beaches where less tourists frequent

  • Surf the east coast with locals

  • Jump from the famous Rick's Cafe after relaxing on famous 7 Mile Beach


  • Waterfalls, upon waterfalls, upon waterfalls in beautiful surroundings

  • Learn about the impacts of tourism and the promise of sustainable ecotourism

  • Learn about the trees, animals, and ecological connections of Jamaica's flora and fauna


  • Experience the real contemporary culture of the countryside and in the capital of Kingston, where the art scene is rapidly expanding and the music is as good as ever

  • Enjoy jerk chicken, rice & peas, bammy bread, coco bread, festival, patties, peanut porridge, ackee and saltfish, bullas, and more


  • Beautiful accommodations

  • All in-country transport (including airport pickup)

  • All meals (including barbeque with locals)

  • Snacks and drinks

  • All park/protected area fees

  • All guiding fees

  • Cultural activities

  • Sustainability learning

  • Participation in conservation programs

  • Field notebooks

  • T-shirt

  • Expert trip leader

from 2,249.00



Day 1: Arrive Montego Bay and travel to Luminous Lagoon. Spend the night with locals in the hills of Lilliput and enjoy a nice home-cooked meal.

Day 2 & 3: Arrive at the foothills of the Blue Mountains and get into the lush, green mountainsides while learning about biodiversity, ecological connections, and conservation strategies. Stay at RafJams, a family owned eco-lodge just outside of Kingston, with stunning nature surrounding the property. Hike through the forest and spend some time on the less crowded east coast beaches, and surf if the waves permit. 

Day 4: Travel to Kingston, the capital, and immerse in the center of Jamaican culture. Visit street art projects and learn about the connections between art, music, and the environment. Enjoy some of the best views and food Jamaica has to offer.

Day 5: Drive the long stretch between Kingston and St. Elizabeth Parish. Visit Breadnut Valley falls, one of the most spectacular and less known places on the island, and take a raft ride down the Black River with crocodiles never far out of sight.

Day 6: Spend the last full day relaxing on the famous 7 Mile Beach in Negril after a week of rainforest exploration. Finish off the trip with a visit to the equally famous Rick's Cafe and see if you have the courage to jump from the cafe into the sea - 11 meters below!

Day 7: Soak up the beach during the morning before returning to Montego Bay to depart or continue the adventure on your own


Jordan Flagel

BA, MSc., MSc.

-TREE founder

-Environmental Scientist

-Adventure enthusiast

Contact: jordan@treexploration.com




  • Support local sustainable businesses

  • Ecotourism user fee contribution 

  • Protected area contributions

  • Locally-sourced food

  • Montego Bay/Lilliput - Richard's home

  • Kingston - The Gardens Liguanea

  • St. Elizabeth - Rafjams

  • Negril - The Oasis


  • Three daily meals

  • Local cuisine

  • Home-cooked meals

  • Vegetarian options



  • Ricktours (JUTA-certified local partner driver)


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