Cruise ships dock at the Montego Bay Cruise Port.
Montego Bay—MoBay to locals—is Jamaica’s second-largest city and its top tourist destination.
The best duty-free shopping is found at The Shoppes at Rose Hall, which offers a number of recommended stores backed by the cruise line guarantee.
The Shoppes at Rose Hall
The duty-free shopping complex offers many recommended stores backed by the cruise line guarantee.
Rose Hall Great House
Look for Annie Palmer’s ghost, the White Witch of Rose Hall, in the Georgian-style manse. Her story and estate still lure feature-film and television crews.
Doctor’s Cave Beach
One of the island’s most picturesque beaches and the perfect place to relax and go for a swim or snorkel.
Aptly named the Hip Strip, this beachfront boulevard is home to MoBay’s most-happening shops, bars, and restaurants.
Jamaica may evoke images of dreadlocks and reggae music, but there’s much more to the island than pop culture suggests. When Christopher Columbus first arrived on Jamaica, he described it ...
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Ocho Rios is about a 45-minute drive east of Falmouth. It may be less well-known than the trendier Montego Bay, but in terms of natural attractions, i...
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Handpick local ingredients with a Celebrity Cruises chef at a former plantation and mini-market. Sample meats at the Walkerswood Jerk Hut. Watch a cooking demo at the Great House. Join the chef at dinnertime for a galley tour, followed by dinner inspired by your island discoveries.
Enter the passageways of the Green Grotto Caves, walk past light holes and rock formations. For good luck, toss a coin into the mythical Wishing Well, head to Dunn’s River Falls to climb the natural terraces—an unforgettable journey beneath the shimmering waterfall.