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BELLEFIELD PLANTATION TOUR

TOUR DESCRIPTION

Join us and take a step back in time to the year 1805 and meet the people that lived and worked on this plantation. This exciting journey through the culinary and cultural history of Jamaica will give patrons an opportunity to taste, learn and most importantly to laugh and enjoy true Jamaican hospitality on one of the oldest plantations in Jamaica.

Guided by a tour guide, your journey begins with a visit to our 100 year old Chattanooga, which is the miniature version of the original Sugar Mill that would have been on the Estate, which is pulled by our donkey ‘Willy’. Witness the pressing of the cane, sip some coconut water and sample our local treats.

Inside the Sugar Mill which was built in 1794, you will hear stories of the Buckie Master and taste our other “liquid gold” – rum - and learn the secret recipe for our Brown Sugar Rum Punch. Guests are then led to an authentic ‘Jerk Pit’.

The tour culminates at the Great House where you will be shown around the great house giving you an opportunity to browse, view artifacts and read up on the history of the house and the family.

This unique experience ends perfectly with a traditional Jamaican luncheon under the centuries old Guango Tree, where you dine and are entertained by the sweet sounds of Mento music.

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