US/Canada: (860) 503 8548 | Local Landline: (876) 956 5450 | Cell/WhatsApp: (876) 381 9070

Bob Marley Nine Mile Experience

Wheelchair Accessible Tour

Bob Marley Nine Mile Experience

Wheelchair Accessible Tour

  • Private Driver/Guide with years of experience.
  • Air condition wheelchair/Scooter accessible van with hydraulic lift
  • Pick up and drop off from cruise Port/Resorts.
  • Scenic drives and photo opportunities.
  • Driver/Guide Assistance – Passengers will be assisted when needed.
  • Lunch at accessible authentic Jamaican restaurant (at additional price).
  • Tour of Bob Marley childhood home.
  • Informative tour to birthplace of legendary Bob Marley.

What to Bring
 Sunscreen
 Camera
 cash

Tour Departure Locations
 Montego Bay
 Montego Bay Pier
 Falmouth Pier
 Ocho Rios
 Ocho Rios Pier
 Negril

Tour Details
 Duration: 4-5 hours
 Availability: Daily
 Minimum Persons: 1

Nine Mile Jamaica is one of the top cultural tours on the north coast.

Visiting this small town is a priority for all visitors.     Nine Miles is a tiny town in St. Ann where Bob Marley was born, and fittingly, the last place he was laid to rest.  Although Bob Marley moved to Kingston to advance his music career, he would often return to Nine Miles to get away from the fast pace life of Kingston.

Home is where the heart is and Bob Marley wrote several of his hit songs when he was in St. Ann.Nine Miles Jamaica was always his home and to have the full experience of Bob Marley; you will have to visit this town.A Rastafarian tour guide will be on hand to guide you around the property and answer all your questions. 

Don’t be surprised if you see Rastafarians smoking marijuana on Bob Marley’s residence. The tour guide will be quick to tell you that marijuana is illegal, so if you smoke, it is at your own risk.

The village of Nine Mile is located deep in the St. Ann countryside and is reached through a series of scenic winding rural roads. Nine Mile is a very small village consisting of several modest homes. Bob Marley’s birthplace is easily recognizable from the flags bearing Rastafarian colours and the compound wall surrounding the property.


– Entrance fee can be included on request.
– Group discount for 10 or more people,
please ‘Contact Us’ for rates.

– To book by phone, call:

  • (860) 503 8548 US/Canada
  • (876) 956 5450 Local Landline
  • (876) 381 9070 Call/WhatsApp