Excursions & Tours
Dunns River Falls Express
Highlights and Beach Break Combo
Negril Beach Break and Ricks Cafe
Rose Hall Great House and Highlights
RIU Resort Day Pass
Green Grotto Caves Discovery
Catamaran Sail and Snorkel
Hedonism Negril Resort Day Pass
Royalton White Sands Day Pass
White Water River Tubing
White Water Rafting
Horseback Ride and Swim At Braco
White Water Kayaking and Montego Bay Overview
Horseback Ride and White Water Rafting
Horseback Ride and White Water Tubing
Horseback Ride and White Water Kayaking
Private Driver and Guided Full Day
Montego Bay Excursions
Best Montego Bay Excursions & Tours
Montego Bay over the years has become one of the most visited areas in Jamaica. Also called "Mo' Bay," Montego Bay has much to offer to those visiting, from a hike up one of the low mountains looming over the city to a simply fabulous shopping adventure, the possibilities are endless here.
Beautiful Beaches, Rivers, & Waterfalls
Jamaica is one of the largest islands in the Caribbean region and has some of the most unforgettable white-sand beaches.
Aquasol Beach Park / Walter Fletcher Beach
If you're coming to Montego Bay via cruise ship, Aquasol will be the nearest beach to the port. Aquasol Beach Park, also known as Walter Fletcher Beach, has plenty to see and do. From a variety of water sports to a theme park, you can't go wrong here. Aquasol is about half a mile northwest of downtown Montego Bay.
Doctor's Cave Beach
Try soaking in the turquoise waters of the family-friendly Doctor's Cave Beach. Although it's a private beach and requires an entrance fee, it has excellent restrooms and plenty of lounge chairs and umbrellas to rent. Doctor's Cave Beach can be located in the heart of Hip Strip (Gloucester Avenue) and is one of the most popular beaches in the area.
Dead End Beach
Don't let the name fool you, Dead End Beach is another great option. It's a public beach at the far end of Hip Strip, and it's often quieter than other surrounding beaches. However, no entrance fees mean no restroom or shower facilities. There aren't a lot of restaurants and bars around, but you can still find vendors in the area. The clear waters, decent sand, and low traffic make it very appealing.
Dunn's River Falls
A hop and a skip away from Ocho Rios, the world-famous Dunn's River Falls is a unique 180-foot high, 600-foot long landmark. It embodies the natural beauty and wonder of Jamaica. At the base of the waterfall, you will find that the falls empty into the sea at Little Dunn's River Beach, making it one of the few travertine waterfalls on Earth.
Blue Hole / Secret Falls
The Blue Hole, also known as the Secret Falls, is a natural wonder that remains untouched by the Jamaican government. Found in the beautiful rainforest mountain of Ocho Rios, it is the perfect spot for adventures the yearn to explore.
Fun Adventure Tours, Day Tours, & More
For the adventurous individual, there's so much to see and do! You can climb the falls or go whitewater tubing, kayaking, rafting, ziplining, and more. Exciting possibilities await you at Montego Bay.
The Dunn's River area offers endless excitement, even including horseback riding through the waters. It's a major Caribbean tourist attraction that gets thousands of visitors each year so try to book a guided tour in advance.
Chukka Caribbean Adventures
Chukka offers all sorts of excursions around Montego Bay, Ocho Rios, and Negril. From exhilarating ATV tours to relaxing bamboo rafting, they can arrange virtually any type of outdoor-Jamaican adventure.
Bob Marley's Nine Mile Day Trip
Visit the birthplace and hometown of reggae legend Bob Marley during this day trip from Montego Bay. Explore the remote village of Nine Miles to see where the world-renowned musician was born and grew up. The tour is located in St. Ann parish and round-trip transportation can be provided.
Discover the blue bioluminescent glow of the Luminous Lagoon. At night, millions of microorganisms emit beautiful blue lights when touched and transform the lagoon. It stretches the marshlands of Trelawny, just outside the town of Falmouth.
Harbour Street Craft Market
Head back over to the city to do a little bit of shopping before the day's end at the Craft Market. It has a collection of local vendors that sell all kinds of Jamaican crafts and souvenirs, from intricate wooden carvings to tacky Rastafarian hats.