Jamaica Tours for the Whole Family!
Ocho-Rios.com is a service oriented tour provider that caters exclusively to cruise ship guests. Ionie and Lewis McBeam are the proprietors of Ocho-Rios.com and have been providing world class service to guests for the past thirty five years
Ocho-Rios.com is a family owned and run, local Ocho Rios touring service that focuses on pampering our touring guests with the goal of getting the most enjoyment and pleasure out of their short stay on this beautiful island.
We provide tours for groups of two on up. We have experience in providing cost effective tours for large groups and are more competitively priced than any other provider on the island. We do all of the coordinating so that you don't have to. All you have to do is enjoy the visit!!
We offer preplanned Jamaican tours to simplify the choices of how our guests would like to spend their day as well as customized tours for those returning visitors who would like to see the more unusual attractions off of the beaten track.
Whatever your desire may be, we do our very best to make your visit a life long lasting memory of all of the pleasure and beauty that Jamaica has to offer.
You can stay in one of the many all-inclusive Jamaica hotels to get the most out of your vacation budget. So plan your trip today and join us for a Jamaican adventure you'll never forget! We look forward to meeting you on our "beautiful Jamaican island" and will do everything in our power to make your visit the very best that it can be.
Please browse our site and email us with any questions or customized requests that you may have or drop us a email just to say "Hello!"
We look forward to meeting you on our beautiful Jamaican island and will do everything in our power to make your visit the very best that it can be.
No problem, Mon!!
Ionie and Lewis McBeam
Ionie McBeam is a native of Ocho Rios. A warm hearted individual, Queen McBeam will do everything in her power to ensure that your visit will be the best it can be. Ionie is intimately familiar with every square inch of the island.