Montego Bay


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Cruises to Montego Bay, Jamaica

Situated on Jamaica’s north coast, Montego Bay is one of the country’s largest, most vibrant cities. For a glimpse into local culture and history, visit Sam Sharpe square downtown to see historical monuments, browse local shops and savor delicious cuisine. Or journey outside the city and immerse yourself in spectacular natural beauty — from pristine beaches and lush jungles to mesmerizing waterfalls. Whether you’re seeking outdoor adventures like rafting or kayaking or to simply soak in some relaxation on an expansive beach, Montego Bay has something for everyone to enjoy.


  • Port Name & Location
    Port of Montego Bay. Ship will DOCK at this port.
  • Time Zone
    Eastern Standard Time Zone UTC/GMT-5
  • Language
    The local language spoken in Montego Bay is English.
  • Currency & Shopping
    For in-city shopping, the Jamaican Dollar is the local currency used. The 17th century Fort Montego has been transformed into the Old Fort Craft Market where you can find a wide range of souvenirs at more than 100 stalls. If you do plan on purchasing items, be prepared to bargain with vendors.
    • Famous For
      Montego Bay is known for its beautiful beaches, vibrant nightlife and outdoor adventures.
    • Fun Fact #1
      Doctor’s Cave Beach is one of Montego Bay’s most popular beaches where visitors are drawn to its tranquil turquoise water and powder-soft sands.
    • Fun Fact #2
      As one of the country’s biggest rivers, the Martha Brae River provides the ideal setting for an eco-friendly rafting adventure on bamboo rafts through lush rainforest.
    • Fun Fact: Foodies
      Montego Bay’s diverse lineup of restaurants offers a wide range of dining experiences. From fresh seafood dishes to Jamaica’s famous jerk chicken (dry-rubbed chicken slow cooked on an open grill), you can savor authentic Jamaican cuisine.
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