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Montego Travel Guide

Montego Bay is on the north-west coast of Jamaica and is the essence of the complete resort where flowering trees, smooth meadows and palm-covered hills overlooking the turquoise sea and its white beaches. Christopher Columbus called Montego Bay "the gulf of good weather" as it was dubbed Bahia de Manteca (Lard Bay) by the Spanish. Montego Bay became a major shipping port for sugar and bananas.

At the turn of the last century, visitors came from far away to try the waters of Doctor's Cave Beach, which was said to heal nearly any sickness. Today, the beach of Montego Bay is as popular as ever, while Montego Bay has grown to become the country's prime tourist destination and second-largest city on Jamaica.

Montego Bay is home to the annual Reggae festival which is held in August and it is the heart of the "Jamaican Riviera", with more hotel rooms than any other part of Jamaica, from five-star luxury hotels and all-inclusive resorts to charming small inn's, guesthouses and some of the most luxurious private villas in the Caribbean.

Montego Bay has some of the world's finest golf courses can be enjoyed at the area's four 18 hole challenge golf courses, including the well-known Tryall Golf, Tennis, and Beach Club.

Scuba and PADI diving can be enjoyed in the secluded waters of the Montego Bay Marine Park, with 18 square km of stunning coral reefs just off the coast from Montego Bay's International Airport.

Fishing charters are well-liked with sporting types in search of the famous blue marlin. Luxury yachting is just as popular, with the Montego Bay Yacht Club hosting the twice-annually Pineapple Cup Miami to Montego Bay Yacht race.

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