Your roundtrip tour takes you from your ship, hotel or villa through some of the most breathtaking picturesque scenery in Jamaica, traveling through Higgins Town and Claremont to the village of Nine Mile, a quaint little place in the beautiful mountains of St. Ann. This is where the legendary "King of Reggae", Bob Marley was born on February 6th 1945, this is the very same place he was later laid to rest. 

The tour starts at the family’s house where the family’s history began. Many of Bob's close family still lives there, including his mother, affectionately known as Mother B and Uncle Lloyd her brother, who tells tales of Bob's childhood. 



Nine Mile is owned and operated by Bob's family. It is not unusual to find his mother, affectionately called Mother B, personally greeting visitors, sometimes even being persuaded to relate stories of her sons childhood. And, if not Mother B, there is always Uncle Lloyd who is never too far away or too busy to tell tales of young Nesta.  

The actual tour starts with a walk through the very same house that Bob lived in as a young boy (now a memorabilia and Photo gallery). Your Rastafarian guide will share with you little known insights into the Bob Marley's childhood and musical career.
You'll even have a chance to stand on 'Mt. Zion Rock' (Bob's meditation spot) and rest your head on the 'Pillow' (made famous in the song 'Talking Blues'). The highlight of the tour is of course walking through the beautiful mausoleum, Bob's final resting place.
Our Nine Mile tour will introduce you to a community that helped influence one of the greatest musicians of this century. It will leave you with a better understanding of a young man, whose vision helped change the thoughts of people worldwide. No small achievement for a man who often spoke of his respect for the simple rural life. Respect that helped guide his life. Respect instilled during his youthful days in the small mountain village locals still call Nine Mile.
Rates:    Admission: $15.00 (No Lunch/Drinks)

Or pickup: At your Villa or Hotel

1. Runaway Bay
NET RATE: $35.00 GROUPS OF SEVEN AND UP. 
INDIVDUAL RACK RATE: $55 PER PERSON 

2. OCHO RIOS:
NET RATE: $45.00 GROUPS OF SEVEN AND UP. 
INDIVDUAL RACK RATE: $65 PER PERSON 

3. MONTEGO BAY: 
NET RATE: $60 GROUPS OF SEVEN AND UP. 
INDIVUDIAL RACK RATE: $80 PER PERSON. 

4. NEGRIL: 
NET RATE: $75 GROUPS OF SEVEN AND UP 
INDIVUDAL RACK RATE: $95 PER PERSON 

KIDS RATES
Runaway Bay: $25
OCHO RIOS: $32 
MONTEGO BAY: $40
NEGRIL: $42 
KIDS 6 AND UNDER FREE.

Length of tour
Between 3 to 4 hrs. 

CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED 
American Express, Discover, MasterCard, or Visa 

CHECKS/CASH
We accept personal checks made payable to Bob Marley Movement for the exact amount of purchase. Checks must include a printed name and mailing address. A valid driver’s license with picture or valid passport is required. Checks are accepted through mail 14 business days prior to departure. 

We accept company checks made payable to Bob Marley Movement for the exact amount of purchase.. Checks are accepted through mail 14 business days prior to departure. 

Bob Marley movement Inc accepts cash for payment at reservation center location. For location hours please call Bob Marley Movement Reservation Center at 305-665-5379 

COMPLIMENTARY BEVERAGES /Lunch
Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, 7 UP, Diet 7up, Mountain Dew, Canada Dry Ginger Ale, Canada Dry Club Soda, Canada Dry Tonic Water, Mr. & Mrs. T Bloody Mary Mix, orange juice, apple juice, tomato juice, cranberry juice, spring water, coffee, decaf coffee, and hot tea.

CANCELLATION POLICY
All cancellations or changes to your reservations can be made online up to 10 days before your schedulled travel date.
All reservations require a 72 hour notification to avoid penalty. If reservation is cancelled less than 72 hours prior to travel the full amount will be assessed.


Nine Mile WebSite
Birth name        Robert Nesta Marley 

Born                   February 6, 1945
                           (1945-02-06)
                           Nine Mile, Saint Ann,                                   Jamaica 
Died                   May  11, 1981 (aged 36)
                           Miami, Florida, United                                 States 
Genre(s)            Reggae, ska, rocksteady 

Occupation(s)   Singer-songwriter,                                        musician 
Instrument(s)   Vocals, guitar,                                               percussion 
Years active      1962 – 1981 

Label(s)             Studio One, Beverley's,                               Upsetter/Trojan,                                          Island/Tuff Gong                                          band leader of the                                         Wailers Band,

associated         with the The Upsetters,
associated         with the I Threes 

Website           www.bobmarley.com 

NineMile
Website           www.NineMile.com
Nine Mile Website
5/24/08
Nine Mile Website
The tour takes you through the house Bob lived in as a young boy, and your Rastafarian guide will share with you little known insights into Bob Marley's childhood and musical career. You will get to stand on "Mount Zion Rock" where Bob used to meditate and rest his head on "the pillow" made famous in the song "Talking Blues". Finally, walk through the mausoleum, which is the final resting place of the Reggae King. You will also see the Fireside where Young Bob Marley cooked his meals as depicted in the song No Woman no cry quote “we would cook cornmeal porridge of which I share with you.

After the tour is completed your guide will be take you to our restaurant for a scrumptious lunch and refreshments.

Your return trip is a continuation of your excursion, which takes you through rural Jamaica, as you wind your way through scenic Muir House and Brown's Town. You will see the Brown’s Town market, famous for its produce. There is no better way to end your tour as you return to your North Coast destination.

Nine Mile, situated high in the mountains on the beautiful island of Jamaica , is a small friendly village tucked away in the parish of St. Ann. This quaint hamlet is known as the birthplace of Bob Marley. And it is in this very same place that he was later laid to rest .

As many have found, a trip to Nine Mile renews faith in some of the important elements of life. Elements that constantly influenced Bob Marley and are reflected in the lyrics of his songs . If you are ever in Jamaica , we would like to personally invite you to come see, come be... with Bob Marley and his family at Nine Mile.

Why is it called Nine Mile?
The town is called Nine Mile because it is approximately 1 mile from another town called Eight Mile.The other town which is called Seven Mile is also 1 mile from Eight Mile, so at the Nine Mile marker the town is called Nine Mile....This has nothing to do in referrence to Eminem's movie titled Eight Mile. 

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