Montego Bay, Jamaica’s main tourist town, is located on the Caribbean Sea. After a direct flight, visitors discover its white-sand beaches and its dream climate. The city is full of things to do and see, including a luminous lagoon surrounded by captivatingly coloured mangroves.
Montego Bay is known for affordable artisan markets and a very popular duty-free zone. featuring more posh boutiques. For more chic shops, eager consumers can take a trip a little farther west to Ocho Rios.
Montego Bay is overflowing with international and local restaurants. Hungry tourists should try one of the local specialties, like jerk meats and dishes made with Jamaican spices—preferably with Jamaican rum on the side.
It’s impossible to think of Jamaica without thinking of music. In Montego Bay, clubs and discos are popular and offer different kinds of entertainment (reggae, jazz, theatre, etc…). By day, a visit to one of the many sugar cane plantations teaches visitors more about the history of the country.
Thrill-seekers can go river rafting or tubing; and can also go exploring inland on a jeep safari to see the local culture and Jamaican nature pass before their eyes. Travellers can find more than 12 golf courses around Montego Bay, including Rose Hall Plantation, to the great delight of players!
Near Montego Bay, families can enjoy a number of natural and wildlife parks, home to tropical and medicinal plants (aloe, mint, etc…), as well as exotic birds and animals.
To ensure a successful trip to Montego Bay, read this useful information about travelling to Jamaica.
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