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Montego Bay, Jamaica (also known as “MoBay”) is one of the most popular destinations in Jamaica. Visitors come from around the world to enjoy Montego Bay’s sandy beaches, lively nightlife, and rich history.

It’s smart to plan your way around this vibrant area so you’re sure to enjoy all the tropical fun while you’re here!

A Full Day In Montego Bay

Start at Montego Bay’s Doctor’s Cave Beach

Start your day with a delicious breakfast at Cafe Blue in Montego Bay’s center, then gather your swimsuit, sunscreen, beach hat and sandals and head to Montego Bay’s Doctor’s Cave Beach for some sun and sand. This perfectly manicured beach is known for its pristine waters and ample space to soak up some rays.

Let the kids enjoy a morning of sand castles and surf, then head on over to the family-owned Pelican Grill for a home-cooked, Jamaican-style meal. 

Raft the Martha Brae River

After lunch, gather the family and head to your afternoon river rafting experience at the Martha Brae River (guided by your master river guide at River Raft Ltd). This is the perfect way to spend a lazy afternoon and is the #1 river rafting attraction in Jamaica! Sit and relax on your guided raft and wind your way under tropical plant life while you soak up the sun.

Take a Tour of the Bellefield Great House & Gardens

On your way back into Montego Bay, stop at the Bellefield Great House & Gardens for a tour of one of the oldest sugar plantations on the island! Walk the pristine 10 acres of land and learn about the rich history of this plantation and Jamaican culture.

End your day with a slow evening at the Sugar Mill Restaurant. With culinary mains like Oxtail Ravioli and Pan Roasted Filet of Chilean Sea Bass, this restaurant is the perfect end to the perfect day.

Make This Your Home Away from Home

There’s much more to see and do in Montego Bay! And if you’re looking for a place to call home during your travels, Round Hill Resorts and Villas is the place for you. Click here to view our room gallery, then take a look at one of our most popular posts: Where to Dive in Jamaica!