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Dolphin Cove
Dolphin Cove is the Caribbean's newest and Jamaica's only dolphin attraction. This magnificent property has a natural cove which is surrounded by 4 acres of lush tropical rain forest. Visitors can swim with the dolphins, have a dolphin encounter, touch the dolphins or relax on glistening white sand, enjoy the setting or browse for souvenirs at our very own Gift Shop. Dolphin Cove is also home to other exotic Caribbean species such as Stingrays, Eels, Sharks, Snakes, Macaws and other unique tropical birds, fish and reptiles. (Phone # 876-371-2973/876-952-7575)

Exploring the Green Grotto Caves
Since way back 18th century, the Green Grotto Caves have been welcoming guests inside its eerie yet interesting nooks and crannies. At various times, the Green Grotto Caves have been called as The Runaway Bay Caves, Cave Hall Caves, Discovery Bay Caves, Dry Harbour Caves, Hopewell Caves, Rum Caves and Dairy Caves. The central feature of this natural attraction is the large labyrinthine limestone cave with its numerous rock formations, its stalactites, stalagmites and abundance of overhead ceiling pockets. Green Grotto is 1,525 metres long and 12 metres deep and is characterised by numerous chambers and light holes and a subterranean lake - the Grotto Lake - occupies its bowels. (Phone # 876-973-2841)

Chukka Caribbean Adventures
The most highly regarded Tour Company in Jamaica offers a host of exciting tours ranging from "River Tubing Safaris" to "Dogsled Tours" - a whimsical adventure of being pulled along the countryside by a pack of dogs. An impressive list of offerings all operated at an extremely professional level will guarantee you a good time. Some of the offerings include: Horse Back Ride n' Swim, ATV Adventures, Canopy Tours, River Kayak Safari, Zion Bus Line, Mountain to Sea Bike. We would highly recommend the River Tubing Safari as a "must do" tour. (Phone # 1-876-972-2506/1-877-424-8552)

Glistening Waters Night Tour
Also a restaurant and marina, Glistening Waters can take you on a trip to Luminous Lagoon, the famous magical lagoon where creatures are said to light up under sea in their nightly prowl. Phosphorescent waters outline the fish with streaks of light as they swim around – witness a spectacular sight! (Phone # 876-954-3229)

Martha Brae Rafting
Experience three miles of unspoiled paradise as you enjoy Jamaica's premier rafting attraction in the scenic hills of Trelawny! Journey back in time to when the rafts were filed with their precious cargo of sugar and were floated down to meet the merchant ships in the harbour. The Rafting Tour includes a three-mile ride and lasts approximately 1.5 hours. Sit back and enjoy a complimentary rum punch or sing-a-long with the Village Mento Band. While enjoying the entertainment, the visitor can view the collection of exotic Jamaican pigeons and doves. While taking in the scenic beauty of the Martha Brae, try out Tarzan's Swing, take a dip in the refreshing river water or just sit back and enjoy the beauty that surrounds you. A gift shop and snack bar are located along the route. (Phone # 876-952-0889)

Dunn's River Falls
Jamaica's most famous visitor attraction is the stunning Dunn's River Falls and Beach. Many visitors climb the waterfalls from the beach right to the top, stopping on the way to enjoy the cool plunge pools formed naturally in the river rocks and the waterfalls which are gentle in some places and positively thunderous in others. When you get to the top, you will feel refreshed and invigorated. Photographed millions of times, Dunn's River was prominently featured in the very first James Bond film, "Dr. No." Countless other film crews have followed the lead. You may also make your visit a shopping excursion, as there is a large craft market with a great selection of locally produced items. What are you waiting for? Open 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. US$6 per adult, US$3 for children aged six to twelve. To avoid crowds, try to go on days when there are no cruise ships in Ocho Rios. (Phone # 876- 974-2857)

Cranbrook: Flower Forest & River Head Adventure Trail
The north coast of Jamaica is strewn with rivers and natural reserves but none as welcoming as the Cranbrook Flower Forest. Manicured lawns, crystal lakes, and murmuring streams are the backdrops for an impressive assortment of island flora like orchids, ferns, and a collection of native spices. The complex also includes fishing ponds and recreation areas for the entire family. Activities include Nature Trail, Bird Watching, Wading in the stream, Lawn Croquet, Pond Fishing, Donkey Rides, Volleyball. Found at North Coast Highway, Cranbook is 5 miles east of Runaway Bay, Ocho Rios, Jamaica. (Phone # 876-770-8071)

Coyaba River Garden & Museum
Various cultures helped shape Jamaica history, and a little slice of each culture can be found in the collection at the Coyaba River Garden and Museum. Displays cover how different cultures, such as early Arawak, Spanish, and British, contributed to the current identity of Jamaica. Not forgetting the part of the island that was shaped by more "divine" hands, the museum includes a beautiful 3-acre garden, outstanding examples of Jamaican flora, and a network of babbling streams. Cayaba is located at Shaw Park Ridge Rd, Shaw Park Estate, Ocho Rios, Jamaica. (Phone # 876-974-6235)

Island Hoppers
Island Hoppers Helicopter Tours Ltd office near to Reynolds Pier, Ocho Rios do three tours of the island for 4 passengers, 60 minute tour of Jamaica via Port Royal, Bog Walk gorge, Spanish Town, Blue Mountains and north coast for $1000; 30 minute tour of north coast to Port Maria, Galina Point, Firefly and back along the coast for $520; and a 20 minute tour of Ocho Rios, Fern Gully, surrounding rainforest and beautiful coastline for $360. (Phone # 876- 874 1285)

Jamaqua is an experienced Dive Center just about 10 minutes drive east into Runaway Bay. It has offers a variety of services ranging from diving courses, equipment rental, photography services and special underwater photography courses. (Phone # 876-973-4845)

Horseback Riding

Horseback Riding at Good Hope Plantation
Good Hope Plantation is a majestic 18th century great house on a 2,000 acre coconut and sugar plantation. Built in 1755, Good Hope contains wonderfully preserved period furniture, the first 18th century hot water bath, old slave quarters and the sugar mill complete with its water wheel.
Horseback riding tours at Good Hope will take you on a journey through time.
(Phone # 876-469-3444)

Braco Stables
Braco Stables offers a breathtaking tour into the heartland of Braco Estate, where the magnificently restored 18th Century Country Home proudly dominates 2000 acres of luxuriant terrain. The Beach Ride takes you alongside the Braco Beach, past an old abandoned airstrip (built during World War II) which is rumoured to have been used for smuggling marijuana/ganja, then on to a private beach where you may swim your horse. The ride from the beach back to the stables passes through farmlands of the locals living close by. Riders are able to see all kinds of tropical produce like pumpkins, sugarcane, bananas, okras, carrots, etc. (Phone # 876-954-2565)


Golf in Jamaica
There are many golf courses throughout Jamaica but here is a list of the ones near to Discovery Bay on the North Coast. Rates are subject to change without notice, so please call.

Grand Lido Braco Golf Club
Located 6 miles/10 kilometres West of Discovery Bay just before Rio Bueno, the Grand Lido Braco has a Par 28, 9-hole course and measures 1357 yards. (Phone # 876-954-0010)

Breezes Golf & Beach Resort
This golf course is found 8 miles East of Discovery Bay in Runaway Bay. With a Par 72 and a 6870 yards total distance, the Breezes Resort has hosted the Jamaica Open and the Heineken World Cup Western Zone Qualifier. Green Fees begin at US$58, Cart US$25, Caddy US$12. (Phone # 876-973-2561)

Wyndham Rose Hall
Wyndham Rose Hall is situated 31 miles West of Discovery Bay between Falmouth and Montego Bay. With a Par 72, totalling 6598 yards in distance, it is the home of the Jamaica Air Carriers Invitational Tournament and the Jamaica Open. Green Fees US$50-60, Cart US$33, Caddy US$12. (Phone # 876-953-2650/953-2655)

Half Moon Golf Club
33 miles West of Discovery Bay between Falmouth and Montego Bay, Half Moon has a Par 72 and 7119 yards in total distance. Green Fees US$95, Cart US$30, Caddy US$14. (Phone # 876-953-3105/953-2211)

Ironshore Golf & Country Club
Located 37 miles West of Discovery Bay just before Montego Bay, Ironshore has a Par 72 course totalling 6633 yards. Green Fees US$45, Cart US$25, Caddy US$13. (Phone # 876-953-2800)



The Houseboat Grill

Floating on the serene water of the Montego Bay Marine Park Fish Sanctuary you won’t find a more exotic dining experience in Jamaica. The Houseboat is the perfect dining destination for an elegant evening spent downstairs in the dining room or upstairs on the deck with the night sky as your ceiling. The restaurant is located in the Montego Bay Freeport area.

The Glistening Waters Restaurant and Marina

The Glistening Waters Restaurant and Marina does not just sit on the shore of any lagoon. The Glistening Waters lagoon is known as the luminous lagoon because its waters glow at night when ruffled. Boats leave a luminous wake and fish seem to come alight. Picture that as the backdrop to your evening dinner. Night boating tours are also available.


Arguably the best Jerk restaurant in Jamaica you can take your pick of Jerk style chicken, pork, sausage and a number of local side orders including breadfruit, yam and festival. The setting is rustic and features an eating area and bar. The dress code is always casual as locals and tourists come to dine in, take out or shoot the breeze at the bar.

Habibi Latino

This restaurant blends an unusual mix of Latin and Arab cuisine. The combination works like a charm and it’s an unusual dining experience you won’t soon forget. The restaurant is casually elegant and comfortably situated in the mall of the Shoppes at Rose Hall. You won’t be disappointed whether you are having Kebabs or Arroz con Pollo.

Marguerite’s Seafood by the Sea

Seafood by the Sea does not say it all. It says nothing of the elegance for which this restaurant is renowned. The outdoor terrace or indoor lounge will impress you before you even see the menu. The specialty is seafood, fresh fish, exotic pastas and a few meat dishes. Marguerite’s is also conveniently located on the city’s Hip Strip between Margaritaville, Montego Bay’s favourite disco and Bluebeat, one of the classiest bars in Jamaica. With these two options next door you will be sure to have something to do after dinner.




The number one nightclub on the north coast for locals and tourists alike can be found on the Hip Strip of Montego Bay. Open day and night Margaritaville serves up great music with tasty food and refreshing drinks. A great crowd of people can be found in this club on almost every day of the week due to its dynamic vibe and some of the best DJs in the island.


This jazz bar and lounge is arguably the classiest joint in all Jamaica. It sits on the Mobay hip strip where it overlooks the Caribbean Sea. Known for its creative cocktails the bar is divided into an indoor non-smoking lounge and an outdoor smoking terrace over the water. Bluebeat is home to the popular Copacabana Fridayz where the club features music from around the Caribbean, the Americas and the world.

Pier One

Pier One, located along one of montego Bay’s piers, is a restaurant by day which turns into a club at night. It attracts a strong local following which comes out to party and unwind after work usually on a Wednesday and Friday. The vibe is complimented by an attractive menu featuring local and international dishes.



The major tourist shopping centres in and around Montego Bay provide a wide variety of items for tourists who want to take home a little piece of Jamaica or the Caribbean.  Generally available items include hand-crafted souvenirs depicting Jamaican motifs, Jamaican and Caribbean Rum, food items such as local jerk spices, rum cakes and sauces as well as clothing decorated with Jamaican art and icons like Bob Marley.  Many stores also carry international items such as brand name clothing items and accessories, perfumes, jewellery and tropical clothes manufactured in other countries.  The main shopping centres for such tastes are:

·         The Montego Bay Hip Strip (on Gloucester Avenue)

·         The Shoppes at Rose Hall (in the Rose Hall suburb of Montego Bay)

·         The Half Moon Shopping Village (in Rose Hall)

·         City Centre (near Gloucester Avenue)

·         Montego Freeport (in Freeport, Montego Bay)

·         Holiday Village Shopping Centre (in Rose Hall)


If your focus is hand-crafted Jamaican souvenirs then we would recommend a craft market.  Here you can find items such as hand-woven straw hats, bags and mats, hand-made statuettes and sculptures, highly decorated clothing, musical instruments, bead items and much more.  The two major craft markets are:


·         Old Fort Craft Park (on Gloucester Avenue)

·         Crafts Market (near Harbour Street in downtown Montego Bay)

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