Cheapest car hire in Montego Bay
7 seat minivan
From € 139.46
Van / minivan
From € 168.17
*daily rates in Montego Bay based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
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*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Useful things to know about Montego Bay
- The bay is a major cruise ship destination.
- Montego Bay is the 2nd biggest city in Jamaica behind Kingston respectively.
- It’s a duty free shopping haven.
- The bay was discovered by Christopher Columbus who called it Fair Weather Bay.
- Montego Bay was the title of a song by pop band Amazulu.
Montego Bay Mini Guide
Having around 100,000 inhabitants, Montego Bay is known as the 'friendly city'. The typically laid back and pleasant locals are very generous, offering fruit when you are on the fabulous beach.
Take a break from sightseeing, park up your hire car and head for Pier 1 which is located on the waterfront. The incredible seafood restaurant has an ace up its sleeve. Not only does it provide typically mouth watering food but in the late afternoon it is the prime location for the beautiful sunset.
Try the Caliche River Rafting Tours which run on the Great River. There are white water rapids and if you can keep the water out of your eyes the views are incredible. The river runs through the rainforest and there are a few breaks to stop, catch your breath and take advantage of the fantastic photograph opportunities.
If tranquility and relaxation is your preference then a great option is to visit Dr Cave Bathing Club. The physician very kindly donated his beach house to the public. You need to climb through the foliage to the hidden lagoon.
Bask in the crystal clear waters and you can bathe in the warm sun. You would never believe it was destroyed by a hurricane in 1932. It's still hugely popular for tourists and locals alike.
Latest Update from Montego Bay:
03/06/12 - Montego Bay is the setting for this summer's Reggae Sumfest which begins on the 15th July and lasts for a week. The music festival showcases the best talent from across the world in the Jamaican music genre.