I love the water, but unless it’s pretty warm I typically spend more time looking at it, than actually in it. I don’t like being cold, but goose bumps are the type of thing you tend not to notice when you’re holding a sting ray. For many Dolphin Cove visitors, the highlight of their day is swimming with bottlenose dolphins in a natural lagoon in the Caribbean Sea. The three-acre marine park offers a few different options to interact with dolphins ranging from standing in knee deep water to actually swimming with one or two dolphins. But dolphins aren’t the only sea creatures competing for your attention at Dolphin Cove.
Montego Bay isn’t just home to luxury all-inclusive mega resorts. Outside of those gates, the resort town caters to its locals with some of the best fine dining in Jamaica. Here are a few top picks if you find yourself in Mo Bay and want to celebrate a special occasion, or treat yourself outside those resort gates.
One thing is certain: Jamaica’s north coast offers more fun outdoor activities than can be experienced in a day, or even a month. It can be difficult to select among the best excursions from Falmouth, so here are five of my top picks.
Think Montego Bay is only about Doctor’s Cave Beach, Margaritaville and drunken tourist crowds strolling up and down the Hip Strip? You’d be surprised to find that a handful of Jamaica’s best art galleries and cultural sights are located right in this area, a short taxi ride or drive away from the sun worshipper-jammed beaches of this all inclusive resort town. Here are three places you should head to for a quick sense of Jamaica’s fascinating art, culture, flora and fauna.
Until just a few years ago, only a small number of tourists made it to Falmouth, a historic town located between Montego Bay and Ocho Rios. Most passed through on their way to Glistening Waters for a night cruise along Jamaica’s bioluminescent lagoon. In 2011, a $220-million cruise port opened and put the historic, northern […]