Montego Bay, Jamaica Cruise Port
The saucy reggae rhythm in the tropical live wire of Montego Bay, Jamaica is a welcomed anthem to most vacationers while cruising to this popular “poster child” island of the Caribbean. Backed by low blue-green picturesque mountains, lilting breezes wafting across flower adorned hillsides, colorful land with white beaches, azure waters, emerald forests and endless array of leisure activities, this unforgettable island resort town will seem like a sample of Jamaica’s rich culture. Stroll down Gloucester Avenue for phenomenal savings on designer jewelry and giftware in duty-free shopping centers, take a rafting trip down the tropical Martha Brae River, and visit one of the colonial and historic plantation houses in the cruise port of Montego Bay.
Book one or more of these shore excursions on your cruise to Montego Bay, Jamaica :
A real sun seeker’s paradise awaits you while cruising to Montego Bay, Jamaica in the picturesque backdrop of Doctor’s Cave Beach. As one of the best spots in town for swimming, snorkeling, diving and sunbathing, you are guaranteed a great time in the quiet waves of its turquoise waters and an excellent rum punch to quench your thirst. This serenely secluded beach comes highly rated for anyone in search of true Jamaican thrill. For complete relaxation, just sit back and watch brightly colored tropical fish swim close to the surface.
Glide down the miles of flourishing forest while enjoying a relaxing jaunt down the winding Martha Brae River. It’s a peaceful getaway from the usual hustle and bustle in the cruise port of Montego Bay, Jamaica. The serenity sets the mood for a romantic moment. Looking at the beautiful foliage and listening to stories about the river and history of Jamaica are the real highlights.
Find you way down to the fascinating Rose Hall Great House where the tales of the infamous “white witch” owner, Annee Palmer are told in visually impressive ways. The tour involves loud noises and sudden movements of objects and actors, but the sweet décor, well-kept historic look and gorgeous views of the rolling mountains and ocean will make up for any scarily weird feeling you might experience.