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 snorkelling and diving at coral reefs in the protected waters of Montego Bay Marine Park
breathtaking views, and doing optional jumps on the way down,
through a Jamaican jungle!
Dunn's River Falls is a famous waterfall near Ocho Rios, Jamaica and a major Caribbean tourist attraction that receives thousands of visitors each year.
Rafting the Martha Brae River is one of the most peaceful and romantic things to do in Montego Bay. It's also a relaxing way to soak up the lush scenery of Jamaica's countryside.
Doctor's Cave Beach and Bathing Club, white sands fringe clear, calm waters that some believe are fed by mineral springs. In the early 1920s, a famous British osteopath declared that the water had curative
powers after swimming here
Rose Hall Great House is a restored plantation home built in 1770. According to legend, Annie Palmer (the White Witch of Rose Hall) ruled here with cruelty and possessed black magic powers that would
eventually seal her husband's grim fate.
Jamaica's jungle canopies gives you a unique perspective of this tropical island as well as a huge rush of adrenaline. Zipline Adventure Tours is one of the most popular companies. Trips include an off-roading mountain
adventure in a 6X6 Pinzgauer.
In the foothills of the Catadupa Mountains.
A working plantation with magnificent views of the surrounding countryside. The plantation's main crops are coffee, pineapples, plantains, and citrus, and the plantation also produces honey. During the tour, you can learn about the different crops, sample the produce, and sip drinks made from the plantation's fresh fruit as you stroll around the beautiful grounds.
After your tour, enjoy a barbecue lunch & Blue Mountain Coffee.
Jamaica's Greenwood Great House was once owned by the family of famous English poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning. The antique-filled home is more than 200 years old and is one of the best-preserved great houses in Jamaica. During the tour, you can admire the extensive collection of antique furniture.
Birds Birds Birds. . . you can view, photograph, and hand-feed exotic and endemic species of birds. Upon arrival, guests are provided with a bottle of nectar, and hummingbirds quickly descend to outstretched arms. Look for Jamaica's national bird, the regal long-tailed Doctor Bird.
a hillside high in the mountains, with spectacular views over Montego Bay, Ahhh… Ras Natango Gallery and Garden is an eco-tourism gem. This outdoor gallery and botanic garden is the labor of love of the Williams family, who strive to recycle and repurpose everything on the property and love to share their garden and environmental ethics with visitors on educational tours. Orchids, bromeliads, bougainvillea, ginger, fruit trees, and other tropical plants flourish in the terraced rock gardens, and the garden is also a haven for birds, with more than 18 species spotted on the grounds, including many hummingbirds. Art classes are also available.
the "Hip Strip," Gloucester Avenue is a famous street near Doctor's Cave Beach, lined with shops and heaving with cruise ship passengers. This is a popular place for tourists to go shopping for souvenirs. Besides a colorful array of kitschy knickknacks and T-shirt shops, you'll also find art galleries and cafés along this bustling strip. Many Shops & Crafts.
A Main feature of Montego Bay, Sam Sharpe Square offers a gritty slice of important Jamaican history. It commemorates Sharpe, a slave and local Baptist deacon who advocated passive resistance to force the planters to comply with emancipation. Sharpe was hanged in what was then Charles Square. After independence, Sam Sharpe was made a National Hero and the square was named in his honor. Today, the square is packed with street vendors and traffic, but it's a key stop on most sightseeing tours.
Also in the square, the Cage was built in 1806 as an overnight jail for runaway slaves, disorderly seamen, and vagrants. Two blocks east of the square, lies Burchell Memorial Church, established in 1824, where Samuel Sharpe was a deacon. His remains are buried in the vault. Visit Sam Sharpe Square Today.
Explore Jamaica's countryside and coast on horseback. Ride a horse right into the warm Caribbean waves on a horseback tour that covers the best of Jamaica’s north shore by land and by sea. Start with a mounted jaunt along backcountry trails, winding through farmland and a historic sugar plantation.
No experience necessary; guides provide plenty of instruction.
Take a 2-hour ATV safari tour from Montego Bay & Negril.
Sandy Bay on an ATV (all-terrain vehicle) during this 2-hour adventure from Negril or Montego Bay. Departing from a safari ranch, ride your ATV through Jamaica's lush countryside on a tour with a local guide. Along the way, look for the island's native plant and animal life as you splash through puddles, pass farming villages and citrus groves and climb to the top of a mountain for spectacular views of the surrounding landscape.
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