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Nestled on the beach, this Montego Bay resort is within 3 mi (5 km) of Montego Bay Cruise Ship Terminal, Walter Fletcher Beach and Montego Bay Marine Park. Dump-Up ...
Nestled on the beach, this Hopewell resort is within 9 mi (15 km) of Tryall Golf Club, Montego Bay Cruise Ship Terminal and Montego Bay Marine Park. Rocklands ...
Located in Montego Bay, this beachfront resort is in the entertainment district and within 1 mi (2 km) of Three Palms Ocean Course and Half Moon Golf Course. ...
This family-friendly Montego Bay resort is located near the airport, within a 15-minute walk of Cornwall Beach, AquaSol Theme Park and Dead End Beach. Walter ...
Situated in Montego Bay, this all-inclusive resort is within 3 miles (5 km) of Montego Bay Cruise Ship Terminal, Harbour Street Craft Market and Museum of St. ...
Nestled on the beach, this Montego Bay resort is within 3 mi (5 km) of Montego Bay Cruise Ship Terminal, Montego Bay Marine Park and Dump-Up Beach and Events ...
Located in Montego Bay, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course and within a 15-minute walk of Three Palms Ocean Course, Half Moon Golf Course and Montego ...
One of the best places to experience the world under the waves in Jamaica is Montego Bay Marine Park. The park runs along the coast, all the way from the Great River to Donald Sangster International Airport.
There are several ways into Montego Bay Marine Park – from Cornwall Beach, Dead End Beach, Aquaso Beach and the famous Doctor’s Cave Beach.
To truly appreciate Montego Bay Marine Park properly, make sure you bring a mask and snorkel or take advantage of the number of glass-bottom boat trips and scuba-diving excursions that you can book on each of the beaches.
If you’re up for a bit of scuba diving, head to one of the many scuba centres in Montego Bay that will take you out to the reef and where you can rent scuba equipment. And if you’re a beginner diver, there are few places as exciting to learn than on the Montego Bay Marine Park reef with one of the Montego Bay dive schools.
During your dive, snorkel or glass-bottom boat trip in Montego Bay Marine Park, you’re likely to spot sea turtles, colourful corals, beaked parrotfish, angelfish, lionfish and conch.
In total there are around 82 species of fish living in the park, as well as 41 types of coral, so it’s well worth heading below the surface to take a closer look. Some activities such as fishing and water sports are banned in parts of Montego Bay Marine Park to protect its wildlife and coral reefs.
You could also explore Montego Bay Marine Park by kayak through its unique mangrove ecosystem, home to egrets, herons, pelicans and waterfowl along the banks and in the treetops. Below your kayak, keep your eyes open for snapper, crabs, barracuda and lobsters.
When you’ve finished exploring beneath the waves, relax on one of the marine park’s beaches. Doctor’s Cave Beach is one of the best, offering everything from changing rooms and showers to a bar and grill, and even a gift shop and an internet cafe.