Your Jamaican Tour Guide, operating out of Montego Bay, Jamaica, is proud to announce that Montego Bay has been voted third best destination in the Caribbean by a TripAdvisor poll. The tour company, Your Jamaican Tour Guide, has earned the TripAdvisor certificate of excellence for 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016, so they have had a significant role to play in this travelers’ choice award. The company offers tours to a range of Montego Bay Jamaica attractions such as The White Witch of Rose Hall, The Hip Strip, Sam Sharpe Square and more.

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Alrick Allen, a representative from Your Jamaican Tour Guide, says: “We are so happy to see that the world is starting to pay attention to Montego Bay. Naturally, we believe that we should have come first, but third place is also a great honor. We came after Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic, and San Juan in Puerto Rico, both absolutely amazing places. Thanks to the award, Montego Bay is seeing an increase in tourism, which is obviously very much welcomed and we are happy to see how many people are interested in the various tours that we offer.”

Your Jamaican Tour Guide aims to show people the beauty of Montego Bay through private, customized tours to visitors of the island. They offer a number of unique tours, including taste tours and tours into local communities. The tour operator offers a wealth of Montego Bay things to do, many of which are off the beaten track. They believe in giving tourists a personalized experience, providing them with the ability to build lifelong memories of one of the world’s most beautiful places.

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The tours offered by Your Jamaican Tour Guide have been incredibly well received by many travelers. “Linda and I wanted to thank you for one of the most memorable visits of our life,” says Bill B. on the Jamaican tour operator’s Facebook page. “We learned not just about how beautiful Jamaica is and the friendliest people we’ve ever met – but about ourselves as well. Thank you for arranging for the tour of Mt. Zion church, the tour of the school, for breakfast at Dragon and lunch with the Rasta man and the tour of the real Montego Bay.”