No company has invested more time or resources to bring our clients the very best of Jamaica’s Rastafarian Ganja Culture. We have spent years cultivating relationships with the Rastafarians of Orange Hill. Orange Hill is the place to find the finest ganja to smoke in Jamaica. Our tour will take you deep into the Rastafarians’ Ganja Culture.
You’ll be based in Negril, approximately 20 minutes from Orange Hill. Negril is a laid-back town in western Jamaica. It’s known for its miles of uninterrupted white-sand beaches on shallow bays with calm, pale waters. Seven Mile Beach, particularly the portion overlooking Long Bay, is lined with bars, restaurants and resorts, many of them international and all-inclusive.
It’s also popular for water sports. At night, reggae and dancehall music emanates from surf-side clubs.
“Smoke in Peace is Oaksterdam University’s official tour operator of choice. I personally audited the Smoke in Peace Ganja Tour of Jamaica and was very impressed with the relationships they cultivated with the Rastafarians… “
– Dr. Aseem Sappal
Provost and Dean of the Faculty,
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Jamaica welcomed international visitors back to the island June 15, opening up properties and attractions along a “Resilient Corridor” that runs along the coast from Negril (pictured here) to Port Antonio.
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Update as of July 9
Residents from Florida, New York, Texas and Arizona planning visits to Jamaica must now provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken no more than 10 days before their expected arrival date, according to a July 2 tourism bulletin released by the Caribbean nationâ€™s tourism officials. Jamaica health officials have deemed those states high-risk locations following virus case spikes across the U.S. in recent weeks. And travelers from these designated high-risk locations, which are subject to change according the tourism bulletin, must upload their COVIDâ€19 PCR test certificate information at www.visitjamaica.com as part of the nationâ€™s visit application process.