Welcome to Antsman Taxi and Tour Jamaica.
Antsman Tours is owned by Orane Kentish (aka Antsman). He lives between the towns of Lucea and Negril. Antsman is currently a member and secretary of the Jamaica Union of Travelers Association (JUTA) Lucea Chapter.
Antsman Tour provide quality, informative, safe, and friendly taxi and tour services throughout Jamaica. Antsman Tour will make sure that you reach your airport transfer and tour destinations in a safe, timely manner while experiencing his special Jamaican hospitality.
Antsman Tour Jamaican Airport Transfers to your accommodations, and Jamaican Sight-Seeing Tours include a complimentary beverage of your choice of Red Stripe Beer, Natural Spring Water, Sprite, Pepsi, or Diet Pepsi. If you let us know what you wish for a complimentary beverage when making your Jamaican Airport Transfer and Jamaican Sight-Seeing Tour reservations we will be pleased to have your desired beverages iced cold, and available during your transfer to your accommodations.
Antsman (Orane Kentish) is CEO of Antsman Tours Jamaica, He is also Vice-President for his community Youth Club, soccer coach and Chairman for the Haughton Court Basic School. Antsman is a licensed driver with all the certifications recommended by the Jamaica Tourist Board, the highest authority in travel arrangements for tourists in Jamaica.
History Of Jamaica
HISTORY OF TOURISM Jamaica seems to have always attracted its share of visitors, and despite the existence of lodging houses and a few inns such as Ferry Inn, up to 1888 the demand for visitor accommodation was certainly greater than the supply. As Sir Henry Blake, the then Governor of Jamaica said: “The only accommodation for travelers was the hospitality freely offered by the country gentleman to those who were fortunate enough to obtain introductions.” Sir Henry’s determination to change this situation was to have consequences that neither he nor anyone else at the time could have foreseen. The 100 room Constant Spring Hotel was built in 1888, but the real spur to development was the Jamaica International Exhibition planned for 1891.
History of Negril
Negril is a small (pop. 6,900) but widely dispersed beach resort town located across parts of two Jamaican parishes, Westmoreland and Hanover. Negril is about an hour and fifteen minute drive on the coastal highway from Sir Donald Sangster International Airport, in Montego Bay. Westmoreland is the westernmost parish in Jamaica, located on the south side of the island. Downtown Negril, the West End cliff resorts to the south of downtown, and the southern portion of the so-called "seven mile (11 km) beach" are in Westmoreland. The northernmost resorts on the beach are in Hanover Parish. The nearest large town is Savanna-la-Mar, the capital of Westmoreland Parish.
Antsman Private Tour Jamaica/TripAdvisor
Our family of four stayed in Montego Bay and we arranged for Antsman to handle our airport transfers and a day trip to Negril. Prior to our trip, Antsman promptly returned my many e-mails and assured me that he or one of his drivers would be waiting for us at the airport. As promised, we were picked up from the airport and swiftly delivered to our hotel - much better than sharing a bus with a bunch of people View Other Comments