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Jamaica Vacation Safety & Travel Tips: Episode 04

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Scenic Bicycle Tours in Ocho Rios & Montego Bay with WIFi

Jamaica Vacation Safety & Travel Tips: Episode 04-2

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Donate a Backpack and School Supplies for $15

Jamaica Vacation Safety & Travel Tips: Episode 04-3

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Hike Jamaica's Tallest Mountain - See Cuba on a Clear Day!

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Jamaican Travel Safety Tips with Sheriff John Brown!

Rasta Routes Destination Travel Guides

Rasta Nyabhingi Drum Classes at 4:20PM
Captain Irie Mon’: Hello! What’s Up? Is Everything OK?
Backpacker Tourist: Not Much Happening. I am Here for the 1st Time on Cultural Immersion Holiday.
Captain Irie Mon’: Welcome. Do You Need Any Facts or Information about Making Your Trip More Safe, Fun & Irie?
Backpacker Tourist: What is the Crime Situation Like? It is Safe for ME Here as a Tourist on Vacation?
Captain Irie Mon’: Yes Friend, You Are Safer than ME! Most Tourist Crime Involves Pick Pocketing & Petty Crimes. Just Don’t Flash Your Cash Around, Avoid ALL Jewellery, Keep Your Baggage Close & Everything Will be OK.
Backpacker Tourist: Give Thanks (Thank You…)

Friendly Up Yuh’self w/ Online Chat



Tourist Support Network | Exclusively on Rasta Routes’s


The Walk Good Tourist Support Network (a.k.a. “Irie Mom”) is a resource for Visitors to Jamaica to use to Encourage Safe Travel and Facilitate the Provision of Efficient Assistance, in case of Travel Emergencies.

For example, if there were an Unforeseen Event – the ability to quickly confirm the Exact Locations of Community Tourism Guests in the affected areas of Jamaica would be invaluable.

The Walk Good Tourist Support Network (a.k.a. “Irie Mom”) allows for the location those who are in an affected area, provide Basic Emergency Information for coordination with Local Authorities.

One of the Rasta Routes Tourist Support Network (Irie Mom)’s core features is a Shared, Private Chat room where Responders can coordinate to prepare the most appropriate action.

You can access the Rasta Routes Tourist Support Network (a.k.a. “Irie Mom”) from any device that has a Web Browser, including public kiosks at Libraries, Computer Labs, Internet Cafés & now at Kingston’s Devon House too!

During a specific or general Crisis Alert Situation like a Hurricane, the Rasta Routes Tourist Support Network provides Travelers and Topic Experts – and Rescue Authorities when required – with a Real-Time Map of the Alerter’s and Each Others’ Locations, Chat Rooms for coordinating a response, and Audio/Video sharing capabilities.

Although the Rasta Routes Tourist Support Network (Irie Mom) is designed to be useful in even the most high-risk situations, users can also use Irie Mom however they want.

Rather than discourage this, we think the Rasta Routes Tourist Support Network (Irie Mom) can be useful even when someone may feel like their situation may not rise to the level of calling Jamaican 1-1-9.


Rasta Routes Walk Good T.R.A.C. Centers can be described as a combination Scenic Reststop & “Safe House” for Jamaican Backpacker Tourists and as RELIEF for their Parents and Friends back at home!

Each Walk Good T.R.A.C. Center is Uniquely Hosted and Operated by well-established, respected Businesses and Community Leaders in the Rasta Routes Walk Good Tourist Support Network (TSN), located in several Jamaican Cities, Towns and Districts.

Each T.R.A.C. Center has it’s own available resources and limitations, however all operate with the primary goal of helping stranded Tourists safely along their Irie way AND leaving Visitors with a Lasting Positive Memory of Jamaica & our Hospitality!

In addition, it can only help Yuh’ to have a more Perfectly Enjoyable Experience here in Jamaica if you talk with and listen to Travel Advice from well-meaning locals who know what they are talking about. Rasta Routes Walk Good T.R.A.C. Centers are a Tourist Support Network of well-meaning community hosts…

Yuh’ can find Rasta Routes Walk Good T.R.A.C. Centers hosted in any Clean & Available space in a variety of Jamaican establishments.

Hostels, Restaurants, Bars, Churches, Community Centers, Neighborhood Watch Offices and even in a few Private Homes of Business Leaders and Community Stakeholders that want to promote Travel Safety with Good-Samaritian Tourism Support made available at their local destination!

Many, if not most T.R.A.C. Centers are open to help Tourists with Valid Passports on an as-needed basis. This means that if Yuh’ need Help or Haven and they’re available, then they’re open. If not, then Yuh’ just have to try another T.R.A.C. Center

Most Everyday Jamaicans that Yuh’ meet on the Street are willing to Help Yuh’ anyway. Walk Good TRAC Centers just make things a bit more Organized and Efficient for Yuh’ – our Valued Baldheaded Guest! 😉

Rasta Routes Cultural Ambassador Program
Tourist Welcome Greeters | Exclusively on Rasta Routes’s

Travel is a Personal Thing all about New Experiences so No Matter what part of Jamaica Yuh’ going, Cultural Ambassadors are Ready to Help Yuh’ get a Real Feel for Authentic Jamaican Culture.

Yuh’ Don’t have to be Afraid to Leave Yuh’ Comfort Zone for Unknown! Meeting a Local Cultural Ambassador is Free of Charge & at a Public Venue, plus all Visitors are welcomed without discrimination, so – Let’s Meet & Greet Here in Jamaica for some Blue Mountain Coffee or a Red Stripe Beer!

Additionally, for the approximate Cost of Meals, Round-Trip local Gas/Transport (and probably an independently pre-arranged service fee), Cultural Ambassadors can Chaperone Yuh’ or Yuh’ Group to Urban Destinations and Events, like Authentic Dancehall Music “Street Sessions”, or even Accompany Yuh’ on Cross-Country Public Transportation from one Irie Jamaican Destination to another.

Taking a local Cultural Ambassador tour is a great way to see area Sights and Experience parts of a City you wouldn’t have otherwise known about. You can also learn a lot about the History and Culture of an area through a local Cultural Ambassador guide.

Finding a good, local Cultural Ambassador guide can easily make a tour one of the Prime Highlights of your entire trip.

Rasta Routes Cultural Ambassadors are usually Outgoing, Entrepreneurial & Eager to Teach Yuh’ about their City and Way of Life. They know the Best Restaurants with the Tastiest Foods. They know local Do’s and Don’t’s (which can be critical in any new city). And since you’re abroad, they Help Yuh’ Understand a new place if you don’t happen to speak our English language and/or local Pat’wa (Patois) dialect.

Cultural Ambassadors can show Yuh’ places in Jamaica that have a Special, Historic or Personal meaning to them & also recommend Things for Yuh’ to Do in Categories that visitors specifically ask for the most – Beaches, Nightlife, Restaurants, Hidden Waterfalls, etc.

Series Navigation<< Tourist Safety in Jamaica with Captain Irie Mon’: Episode 03Tourist Safety in Jamaica with Captain Irie Mon’: Episode 05 >>

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Rasta Routes Cultural Ambassador’s mission is to develop & enhance the worldwide image of Jamaica as a Cultural Immersion & Backpacker Tourism destination!

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