Things To Do in Montego Bay

Montego Bay is Jamaica’s second city and is known for its vibrant nightlife and silky white-sand beaches. If you’re passing through Montego Bay anytime soon, be sure to check out Doctors Cave beach. The water there is crystal clear and the crab cakes at the restaurant are delicious…

Sandals Montego Bay Pool

Jamaica is world renowned for its natural beauty and charm. It’s also famous as the home of some unique all-inclusive resorts. The combination of security, service, and fun make an all-inclusive excursion a uniquely expedient way to enjoy the island. Let’s introduce you to the Top Five All inclusive experiences in Jamaica’s tourism capital, Montego… Read More

Sandals Royal Caribbean

As a Jamaican, it makes me proud to think that the world’s first all-inclusive resort was actually built right here in Jamaica, in the late 1970s. All these years later, and Jamaica is still rated as having some of the best, most luxurious all-inclusive resorts that the world has ever seen. These all-inclusive resorts originally… Read More

Aerial shot of Doctors Cave Beach in Montego Bay

Montego Bay is the tourism capital of Jamaica, a title it easily earns because of the various activities, restaurants and vibrant nightlife offered to the enthusiastic visitor. Mobay, as it is called locally, offers access to various exciting pursuits on land, water and in the air, as well as places to sample famous Jamaican cuisine… Read More

Doctors Cave Beach in Montego Bay Jamaica

One sad thing about Montego Bay is that most of the best beaches have all-inclusive hotels built on them. So unless you’re staying at the hotel, you won’t have access. But if you’re not staying in an all-inclusive or beach-front hotel, there are still a few places you can go and have a great beach… Read More

If you ever wanted to know what it was like to be a Rastafarian or live in the faith shared by such luminaries as Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer, Jimmy Cliff, Damian Marley etc. then the Rastafari Indigenous Village showcases a microcosm of the Rastafari faith and lifestyle that will interest you. Rastafari is… Read More

The Montego Bay Marine Park is an area of protected sea water on Jamaica’s north coast. It is managed by the Montego Bay Marine Park Trust, which was set up to preserve the natural environment in the area and to educate the surrounding community of the importance of the marine resource. The Park includes the… Read More

Fort Montego in Montego Bay

Built in the early 1700s, Fort Montego is one of many forts built by the British to protect Jamaica’s coastline from Pirates, and the naval forces of the Spanish and French. Located just a few minutes from the Donald Sangster International Airport, and walking distance from Montego Bay’s hip-strip, the Fort is central and easy… Read More

The Sam Sharpe Square, located in the center of Downtown Montego Bay, gives visitors a historical snapshot of Jamaica during the 1800s. It was originally named Charles Square, but was later renamed in honor of Sam Sharpe, a Jamaican National hero, and anti-slavery activist. The main attraction to the area is the monument, commemorating the… Read More

Margaritaville in Montego Bay on Hip Strip

If you are looking for food, entertainment, and an exciting, cool atmosphere then Margaritaville is the place for you. Margaritaville Montego Bay is located in the town’s “Hip Strip” on Gloucester Avenue. Just so you are aware, this isn’t an authentic Jamaican spot.  This place is considered to be somewhat Americanized.  It is a restaurant/bar… Read More

Croydon Plantation in Montego Bay

Croydon is a beautiful coffee and pineapple plantation located at the bottom of the Catadupa Mountains, near Montego Bay, Jamaica. The grounds at the Croydon Plantation are impeccably maintained and the panoramic views of the mountains are amazing. Your tastebuds will be nicely delighted here as you get to sample many exotic fruits.  You will… Read More

Cinnamon Hill Golf Course in Montego Bay

Cinnamon Hill Golf Course is an 18-hole tropical golf course located in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Overlooking the beautiful Caribbean Sea, it is one of the world’s finest destinations for golf. This golf course is suitable for all levels and is the most visually striking in the Caribbean. Located on the Rose Hall plantation, The Cinnamon… Read More

Scotchies Jerk Restaurant in Montego Bay

There are a few Scotchies restaurants located throughout the island and they are all known for their authentic Jamaican jerked chicken and jerked pork. Along with great food and a real Jamaican outdoor atmosphere, the prices are relatively reasonable. This is no frills type restaurant.  Its appearance is rather rustic and authentic.  It is situated… Read More

Rocklands Biird Sanctuary in Montego Bay

Rocklands Bird Sanctuary is home to some of Jamaica’s most exquisite species of bird. This place is a must see if you are a bird or nature lover! The bird sanctuary is located at a quaint little house.  The setting here is absolutely peaceful and relaxing. When I first arrived, it was raining. So I thought… Read More

Rose Hall Great House in Montego Bay

Presently the Rose Hall Great House has been transformed into a tour site as well as a museum which is used to show the history of slavery as well as the famous legendary story of the white witch of Rose Hall which is Annie Palmer. This has attracted a number of tourists to the house… Read More

Rose Hall Great House Golf Course

The White Witch golf club is located on 600 acres of land on the Rose Hall Plantation in Jamaica. This course is recognized as one of the Caribbean’s premier golf courses. The par-71, 6,859-yard golf course is differentiated by its mountainous landscape, cool trade winds, colorful plant life and impressive ocean views.  The elevation changes… Read More