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Steep yourself in serenity on Strawberry Hill lie in a hammock out on the verandah of your luxury cottage, stare at the verdant Blue Mountains of Jamaica and the turquoise majesty of the Caribbean, and watch as the mist rolls through the perfect sky. Mere minutes into your stay at the Strawberry Hill resort, it's undeniable that you're in a magical place. That's why it's no coincidence that this very location inspired greatness from one of Jamaica's original mystic men, Bob Marley.
<strong>Natural Mystic music tour</strong>
When an attempt was made on Bob's life in 1976, he chose Strawberry Hill as his place to heal and get away from the madness of fame in the big city of Kingston. Moved by the idyllic, peaceful surroundings, he wrote the song "Natural Mystic," which featured the lyric: "There's a natural mystic blowing through the air / Can't keep them down / If you listen carefully now, you will hear." Now you can tap into this inspiration by taking part in the first "Natural Mystic Music Tour," a vacation package being offered by Strawberry Hill in which you can voyage into the vibe of reggae music and experience the serenity and clarity that Bob was able to find when he needed it the most.
<strong>Coffee estate tour</strong>
An old trail, between two historic coffee properties: Wallenford Coffee Works, now Heritage Garden of Cold Spring, and Clifton Mount Coffee Estate. The trail gently follows the contours of the mountain, gradually ascending 1000 feet, and is a lovely one hour nature walk. Clifton Mount is one of the finest Blue Mountain Coffee Estates in Jamaica and the largest exporter of Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee by a privately owned company. Hear the Clifton Mount story and walk the farm, which also grows flowers commercially. Afterwards, relax in the garden, surrounded by spectacular views with a delicious picnic lunch and a cup of the world's most prized coffee. Return by vehicle, through the historic 19th century army base, Newcastle, today used by the Jamaica Defence Force as a rest station and training camp. Crests of regiments previously stationed at Newcastle adorn the Parade Grounds retaining walls.