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Everything will be “irie” during holidays in Montego Bay on the Caribbean island of Jamaica.
Jamaica, famed for Bob Marley, reggae music, and the world's fastest man, Usain Bolt, swings to a unique Caribbean beat. Montego Bay is no exception.
It has all the essential ingredients of a paradisiacal Caribbean getaway - lush mountains, white beaches with sand as soft as silk, warm tempting waters, buzzing cities, and excellent resorts - but it also boasts colonial treasures, African traditions, and the sort of vibe that inspired Ian Fleming, James Bond author and former island resident.
You can therefore choose between lazing on white sands and getting to grips with Jamaican culture and the unmistakable rhythms of this Caribbean country. Located on the north west coast of Jamaica, it is the nation's second largest city after the capital Kingston and is peppered with amazing beaches and snuggled by a backdrop of low-rise and stunningly green mountains. So whatever your preferred view, you can kick back, order a rum cocktail, and enjoy the natural beauty of the place. And with many opting for all-inclusive holidays in Montego Bay, you can keep costs in check and still enjoy your favourite drinks and food.
Once darkness descends, meanwhile, it's time to put on your dancing shoes. Montego Bay, or MoBay, is renowned for its nightlife. So wave goodbye to the exquisite surroundings of your luxury hotel complex or private villa to find the heart and soul of Jamaica in the crowded streets of the town and dance the night away - or simply watch others get their groove on.
You can reach Montego Bay by flying into Sangster International Airport (MBJ) on direct flights of around 10 hours from the UK, although there are also two other international airports serving the nation, with easy transfers from all three.
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