Reggae Sumfest 2014
Reggae Sumfest 2014
June 17, 2014 - June 19, 2014
Dancehall Night - International Night 1 & 2Staged annually during the 3rd week of July, Reggae Sumfest is an established staple on the Jamaican entertainment calendar, attracting patrons from all across the globe, as far away as Australia, Europe, the USA and the African continent. Reggae Sumfest 2012 marked the 20th staging of the festival which saw the event being designated as an Official Jamaica 50 event, in commemoration of Jamaica’s 50th anniversary as an independent nation. Reggae Sumfest 2014 will mark the 22nd annual staging of the event featuring...
Bounty Killer, Busy Signal, I-Octane & Mr. Vegas
Chronixx, Wiz Kalifa, Beanie Man, & Jesse Royal
Sean Paul, Freddie McGregor & Tessane ChinCome join us in Jamaica’s 2nd city Montego Bay from July 13th – 19th for the Greatest Reggae Show on Earth. If you are interested in booking hotel, travel & tickets we have packages available for Solo Adventurers, Group Travelers, & Private Tours [button style='border' size='huge' link='http://www.touchtheroad.com/send-us-reservation/']More Info[/button]
Ways To Travel
Day Trips Kingston Jamaica
Day Trips Kingston JamaicaPlanning to visit Kingston for a day? Or maybe your group wants a break from the resort? Either way we’d love for you to join any of TTR’s planned daily activities. With our travel groups and trip itineraries changing weekly Day Tripping will JAmpack your trip with memories and friends for a lifetime.
- TTR Travel Family
- Group Travel
- Overnight Lodging
- TTRApproved Secrets
- Ditch the Resort
- Day Trip Challenge
Solo Travel in Jamaica
Solo Travel in JamaicaAt TTR, we find purpose in each nomads' journey and love getting to help show you around in Jamaica. We'll be there the whole time, or behind the scenes, maybe just checking in - while you'll be busy cruising the coastline, kicking it in Kingston, and having the best vacation day every day. All roads lead to Touch The Road Jamaica.
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Group Travel in Jamaica
Group Travel in JamaicaSince days are better spent with friends we'd love for you and yours to tag-a-long and touch the road with us. Each week we set out with new friends to stop by old favorites and forage new roads island wide. If you're up for an adventure or just down for some easy vibes, all roads lead to Touch The Road Jamaica.
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Touch The Road Trips
Want a different story than the other people on the plane home. Customize your own Jamaica trip.
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As soon as a landed in Kingston I knew I was about to experience true Jamaican culture and lifestyle of the Jamaican people. I honestly can’t say enough about TTR and their ability to go above and beyond for their guests! I can’t wait to go back and hike the Blue Mountains. Big up TTR!
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“FINALLY….a Jamaican tour company after my own heart. TTR offers something completely DIFFERENT. This is where Jamaica My Way really comes to life. Even their name has a more Jamaican feel than all the rest!
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While we love to travel, we don’t consider ourselves tourists. When we went to Jamaica, we wanted to see the country, not be enclosed at a beach resort. TTR planned the perfect family friendly Jamaica getaway for us and our two children.
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The people we met and the places we saw are way more than just great memories. These are business owners we wanted to support, community members who showed us about and families with whom we shared meals and moments.
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TTR helped me plan my entire community tourism research in Jamaica while showing me the most authentic community based travel experience island wide. Thank you for opening my eyes to the real Jamaica.
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