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The good vibrations will get you in the island mood when you take an American Airlines flight to Montego Bay. Romp along a silky white beach through the surf, taste the flavors and rhythms of an oceanfront buffet and reggae dance party, and drift down a remote jungle river when you fly to Montego Bay on American Airlines.
Relax and enjoy your hotel’s beautiful beach and pool, and join the local crowd for the tasty beachside buffet dinner and a reggae dance party. Or, head to 5-mile-long Doctor's Cave Beach, with pure white sand and sporting options in clear blue waters. Savor grilled jerk chicken and a cold Red Stripe beer in one of the colorful coastal establishments running along the adjacent Hip Strip.
Drive to Ocho Rios, a tourist hamlet sprawled along the coastline. The landing spot of Christopher Columbus more than 500 years ago, Ocho Rios has a majestic landscape of cliffs and waterfalls. Swim with the dolphins at Dophin Cove and visit the open-air, roadside Columbus Park outside town.
Walk along Negril's Seven Mile Beach, which hosts both family-friendly areas and segregated spots for adults. Hotels and restaurants hugging the West End outside town curve along cliffsides, while the nearby Black River presents Tarzan-sized adventures, including swinging from vines into a cool waterfall pond.
Roam through the legendary Rose Hall Great House, the stately plantation home of Annie Palmer. Local lore says infamous Annie killed her three husbands, along with dozens of slaves she took as lovers. The Georgian mansion beauty, dating from 1770, is near Falmouth, with a historic harbor area.
Venture to the lush, sleepy coastal town of Port Antonio, the best spot for a romantic picnic. It’s ringed by interesting destinations such as Annotto Bay, a town caught in the ghost of its 19th century shipping past, and Buff Bay, where farmers from the Blue Mountains sell their famous coffee harvest. Nearby Rio Grande can host you for the island's boldest rafting adventures.
Book a flight to Montego Bay with American Airlines today to discover Montego Bay’s best attractions.
Follow American Airlines as we go off the beaten path to discover more things to do in Montego Bay. Pay homage to reggae legend Bob Marley, chill out in a quite coastal town, shop for quality goods at laid-back boutiques surrounded by a natural paradise and ride the island's largest waves. American will be with you every step of the way.
Hail to reggae god Bob Marley at the Bob Marley Centre & Mausoleum. Located at the birthplace and burial ground of the musical legend in the small village of Nine Mile, the museum is in his former home and adjacent burial ground. The Rastafarian guides and the restaurant are both top notch, and Marley's home is as charming as his music.
Chill out in Port Maria, a quiet, colorful coastal town on a crescent-shaped bay, famous for being the island getaway of Nöel Coward, the actor and playwright, which can still be seen with a visit to Firefly, Coward’s home. Nearby is the Brimmer Hall Estate, a mansion built in 1817 that’s still a working plantation.
Cure your shopping ills at Harmony Hall, a former plantation that now houses a shopping area for quality, local artisan merchandise outside town, or at Half Moon Plaza in Montego Bay, which offers clothing, art and crafts from about two dozen shops, great for laid-back browsing.
Catch a wave at Boston Bay Beach, which has Jamaica's biggest waves and its best jerk stands. Rent a board or sign up for a lesson. This rocky bay with the golden sand is also a suitable spot for snorkeling and wind surfing—you can rent gear and learn how to do it, too. Savor a lunch of jerk chicken in the fresh air.
Discover the eerie beauty of the limestone Green Grotto Caves, a long string of underground passages that are covered with stalagmites and stalactites and home to the underground Grotto Lake. Walk through the nearly 5,000-foot stretch and imagine its past: it was home to the Taino Indians and later used as a hideout by the Spanish and runaway slaves.
Book a flight to Montego Bay with American Airlines today to discover more great things to do in Montego Bay.
|Caribbean Shrimp Festival||Jul 2013 (annual)||Whitter Village Center|
|Reggae Sumfest||Jul 2013 (annual)||Montego Bay|
|Montego Bay Yacht Club Fishing Tournament||Oct 2013 (annual)||Montego Bay Yacht Club|
|Stir It Up Film & Music Festival||Nov 2013 (annual)||Rose Hall Great House|
|Jamaica Triathlon||Nov 2013 (annual)||Montego Bay|
|Jamaica Invitational Pro-Am||Nov 2013 (annual)||Iberostar Grand Hotel Rose Hall|
|World Championship of Dominoes||May 2014 (annual)||Montego Bay Convention Centre|
|Day-O Plantation Restaurant||International||Around Town||2||2|
|Glistening Waters Restaurant and Marina||Seafood||Falmouth||2||1|
|Horizons||International||Around the Island||3||3|
|Marguerite's Seafood by the Sea and Margueritaville Sports Bar & Grill||International||Around Town||2||1|
|Pork Pit||International||Around Town||1||2|
|Richmond Hill Inn||International||Around Town||2||2|
|Round Hill Dining Room||International||Around Town||3||2|
|Sugar Mill Restaurant||International||Around Town||3||3|
|The Brewery||American||Around Town||1||1|
|The Houseboat Grill||International||Around Town||2||1|
|The Native Restaurant||Caribbean||Around Town||2||2|
|The Pelican||Caribbean||Around Town||2||1|
|The Royal Stocks||International||Montego Bay||2||2|
|Three Palms||Caribbean||Around Town||3||2|
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