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Montego Bay is a breathtaking region found on the crystalline shores of Jamaica’s northern border. See remnants of the nineteenth century while touring plantations in Falmouth. Tee off on any of five world championship golf courses. Shoot down the Martha Brae River and immerse yourself in a diverse tropical eco system. Modern pleasures are readily available on the infamous “Hip Strip.” Soft white beaches, tasty cuisine and eclectic lounges are never far from ocean front resorts. Montego Bay is truly a destination for the complete Jamaican vacation.

Shopping
Many of Montego Bay’s resorts feature their own selection of shops with various souvenirs. Duty-free shops with crafts, pottery and genuine Jamaican artwork is also found throughout the Montego Bay area. Travelers that go to Montego Bay’s “Hip Strip” can expect aggressive hustlers that push the local ganja and more. In most cases, a firm “no” will suffice, but hustlers can be exceptionally persistent. We advise for travelers to book a scheduled shopping excursion at the resort’s tour desk.

Dining

Montego Bay features numerous culinary options with everything from classic Jamaican dishes to international entrees. Try some of the famous jerk chicken or savor a main course of fettuccini alfredo. Both relaxed and formal venues can host the most varied events. Check out the resort descriptions for a list of your resort’s dining options! 

Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, Montego Bay

Dine under a boisterous backdrop at Margaritaville! The world renowned “Cheeseburger in Paradise” is best followed by Jamaica’s tropical margarita. Afterwards, stop by the Trading Post for an authentic souvenir of Buffet merchandise.

Nightlife

Bask in the Jamaican sunset before joining an endless array of nighttime festivities in Montego Bay. Sip a tropical cocktail at a beachside party, or dance to the rhythms of live reggae. Serene evenings are captured at a resort’s piano bar, and romance finishes the day on the moonlit shores of Montego Bay. Be sure to check out your resort’s description for  list of the nighttime adventures!

Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville

Aside from dazzling resort entertainment, the popular night spot in Montego Bay is Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville. Flavorful fare is perfectly complemented by Caribbean performances. This restaurant has become a haven for young people during “Spring Break” nights. 

Sightseeing

The breathtaking sunsets and white sand beaches of Montego Bay have always been the most popular sight for travelers. Historic buildings, old towns and a vibrant natural ecology are also elements of Montego Bay’s famous attractions. We recommend using the resorts’ tour desks for any off-grounds attractions. This will help provide a safe trip, as well as an informative and pleasant experience. 

Martha Brae River

Jump on a 30-foot bamboo raft and ride down the white water of the Martha Brae River. Along the way you’ll find some of Jamaica’s most striking terrain and enjoy exceptional displays of the native wildlife. Experienced carvers use long poles to navigate the river, and many offer an informative tour of the Trelawny terrain. The Martha Brae River is now a well-known attraction in Jamaica.

Falmouth

The town of Falmouth is one of the most historically significant places in Jamaica. Stately Georgian homes hint at the once wealthy area, when sugar production ruled the day. These tall structures and old streets have been declared a World Heritage Site by the United Nations. Any traveler with a fancy for architecture, history or old world enchantment should visit the town of Falmouth.

Sports
Montego Bay is an adventurous region with sports for every age and aptitude. Non-motorized water sports are often included in a resort’s all inclusive package. Snorkeling, kayaking and windsurfing are all waiting the ocean explorer. Travelers will find various PADI dive centers that can equip and license any wanting to scuba dive. Land lubbers will delight in world-famous golf courses, tennis, volleyball and other activities that are often within or around the resorts. Check out the resort descriptions for a detailed list of sports and other exciting highlights!  Contracting with outside providers of watersports is done at your own risk. The resorts cannot be held responsible for outside providers.

The White Witch of Rose Hall Golf Course

Hosted by the Ritz-Carlton Rose Hall Resort, this amazing golf course truly lives up to the Ritz reputation.  More than 200 acres of Jamaica’s lush landscape meanders through Jamaica’s mountainous region, providing panoramic views of the green hills and blue Caribbean Sea. Golfers in looking for a challenge will want to tee off at the White Witch Golf Course.

Cinnamon Hill Golf Course

Oceanside fairways and mountainous greens are the significant features of the Cinnamon Hill Golf Course at the Rose Hall Resort. Though much of the course runs along the Caribbean seascape, it also climbs to inspiring hilltops and traverses past a 40-foot waterfall. Excellent golf and wonderful scenery are part of the experience at Wyndham Rose Hall Golf Course.

Tryall Golf Courses

Jungle ravines and beautiful seascapes are among the elements surrounding Tryall’s fairways. The complex design and vivid terrain of this course have hosted several international events and continue to lure the Caribbean’s avid golfers. This 18-hole, par-72 course is also known for its extremely informative caddies.


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