Montego Bay, the capital of Saint James Parish on Jamaica’s north coast, is a major cruise ship port with numerous beach resorts and golf courses outside its commercial core. Popular beaches include Doctor’s Cave Beach and Walter Fletcher Beach, home to an amusement park. There’s also snorkeling and diving at coral reefs in the protected waters of Montego Bay Marine Park.
The idea behind traveling to Montego bay was the seria od idilic pictures that i saw on Internet. I said to my self this is the place where you should go next time .
Pack my stuffs and booked my flight to Montego bay. Sangster International Airport is an international airport located 3 mi east of Montego Bay, Jamaica. The airport is capable of handling nine million passengers per year.
Many tourists from Europe and especially from North America flies to this resort region . Many resorts around the north coast of Jamaica. Many of them offer a lot for not much money. But to be honest i would not spend much time explaining how is the accommodation there. Typical resorts with typical things inside . Most of them has even transport organize from and to the airport so is easy for tourists to manage around.
Wonderful white sand beaches are trade mark of Montego Bay. Many of them are perfect for snorkeling and relaxing around the sea.
Top Things to Do in Montego Bay
A natural cove at the edge of the sea gives you an amazing encounter with one of the gentle dolphins of Montego Bay. A great experience for children and families, this encounter lets you interact with one of the world’s most beautiful and intelligent creatures in the warm waters of the Caribbean.
The setting for your encounter is the 23-acre (9-ha) oceanfront estate of Dolphin Cove Montego Bay. First, an orientation gives you some insight into the friendly sea mammals, and then it’s time to enter the world of these affable creatures. When a dolphin greets you in the knee-deep water, you get a splash or two, a hug, and a kiss as you spend some time together in the sea.
While you’re here, the cove offers plenty more fun to help you complete your day. You can visit a stingray habitat for a chance to interact with the barb-free rays, pet a group of camels for some hands-on time with these versatile animals, or watch a spectacular shark show to get to know other great creatures of the sea.
DUNNS RIVERS FALLS AND OCHO RIOS TOURS
After a stop at a local market, pick up souvenirs and goods in the duty-free mecca of the Caribbean, Ocho Rios. Then climb 600 feet (183 m) over flowing water at Dunn’s River Falls to explore one of Jamaica’s national treasures.
Leave your hotel and make your way up Jamaica’s north coast to Ocho Rios. Stop to shop, taking advantage of duty-free liquor, jewelry, and fragrances. Dunn’s River Falls is next on your itinerary, as your group takes a short ride to the park.
Your guide takes you through the park to the basin of the falls. Hand in hand with other tourists, walk slowly up the falls, helping your neighbor while being helped in return. You quickly see why many think the falls were manmade just for the purpose of climbing.
ZIPPLINE ADVENTURE TOURS
Enjoy sweeping mountain views of rural Jamaica from nearly a mile of ziplines through a tropical forest. With lines ranging from 250 to 1,600 feet (76 to 487 m) long, this is an opportunity to see Jamaica from a different vantage point.
Your adventure starts with a safety briefing as you gear up in a full body harness that is attached to a cable so you may zip across valleys and above treetops. Then climb high into the air on a custom-built zipline tower. With 5 lines ahead, get ready to take the first plunge.
Climb aboard a 30-foot, bamboo raft for an authentic Jamaican experience. Your experienced captain will skillfully pole the raft and navigate the jade-green waters of the Martha Brae River located in the parish of Trelawny (birthplace of sprinter Usain Bolt). Journey through lush, green, untouched rainforests at Jamaica Swamp Safari Village, and experience Mother Nature’s finest. Then feel the rush of getting up-close and personal with monster crocodiles and enjoy the sounds of rare birds, before taking a stroll through Jamaica’s largest walk-thru aviary. Meet other exotic animals including the Jamaican Boa Constrictor, the gray fox, racoon, capuchin monkey, tayra, coati, spotted paca, and the Jamaican Coney, once considered extinct. Be sure to visit the ‘Kanaga’ House to learn and see where James Bond did his famous croc-jumping scene in Live and Let Die in 1972. This is a once-in-a lifetime experience for every thrill-seeker. It’s a jungle out there!
Al this and plenty other activities can be done around Montego bay. The Jamaican pearl and most famous touristic destination in that area.