The Montego Bay Experience

Jamaica’s top tourist destination—Montego Bay—offers nearby experiences including world-class golf courses, shops at the Hip Strip, waterfalls, and sugarcane plantations, where Jamaican rum was first distilled, including the legendary Rose Hall. Plus, just offshore, guests can enjoy extraordinary snorkeling and diving at the Montego Bay Marine Park, the fully underwater national park.

Dunn’s River Falls

Waterfall

Giant cascading falls that empty into the Caribbean Sea at the end of a beautiful white sand beach are perfect for climbing, swimming, picnics and photo ops. Learn More ›

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Best of the West Adventure

Experience the best of western Jamaica’s landscape by taking this guided journey that’s chock-full of thrilling adventures. Take a horseback ride inside Caribbean waters, fly on zip lines above the jungle, and unwind with a float down the Great River. Learn More ›

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ATV Safari

Take a ride on the wild side on an amazing ATV safari tour through the Jamaican backcountry! Feel the thrill of going at top speed on your all-terrain vehicle, encountering the stunning scenery of the jungle, even exploring structures from the island's storied past. Learn More ›

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Dreamer Sunset Cruise

Departing from a beach resort in Montego Bay, this cruise is a late afternoon of relaxation aboard a lively catamaran in the beautiful Caribbean Sea, where you’ll watch the sun setting as you enjoy live music and drinksLearn More ›

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Appleton Rum Factory

Jamaica is known for having the best rum, and this Appleton Estate Rum Tour gives you an inside look at the rum-making process. Journey through the hills of St. Elizabeth, on Jamaica's South Coast. Visit the Distillery & Aging House and discover the different methods of distillation. A delicious tasting of 13 types of rum awaits you after the tour. Learn More ›

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Bob Marley

Bob Marley

Visit the home, birthplace and mausoleum of the “King of Reggae” in Nine Miles. Take a tour through his home, now a museum, in the town where many of Bob Marley’s relatives still live. Learn More ›

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To learn more about Montego Bay tours, visit AMStar’s website.

Photos courtesy of The Jamaica Tourist Board.