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Montego Bay Cruise Reviews

Montego Bay Cruise Port
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Montego Bay Overview
The north coast town of Montego Bay makes for a very lively and colorful welcome to Jamaica for the many visitors who arrive here by air or sea. MoBay, as it's called, offers a steady schedule of ...
flagg1969
07/15
dirty, and got harassed by all the shop owners. Read more
devinhog
07/15
Just hopped in a taxi at this port and went to the beach then to Margaritaville. No shopping. Read more
cookiedinky
06/15
Blue Mountain Coffee is the best in the world. Jamaica is a poor country though, this is where you take an ... Read more
songbyrd59
06/15
Hired a driver to take us around, which was more economical with far less standing around waiting as there ... Read more
Amthomas
05/15
Only saw tourist areas! Very expensive and rude people! The city was very poor and not kept up! I would stick ... Read more
NICULisa
05/15
Crummy shopping at the pier. Only way to do this port is with an excursion. A ship comedian summed it up ... Read more
Corona girl
05/15
Dirty place that I'll skip in the future. Nothing looked like anything I just had to do and reviews kept me ... Read more
A G
04/15
Not a bad port, did not really see much of it. We never really had much time to view this port due to the ... Read more
Joy B.
04/15
Love the falls the peddlers here are NO more aggressive than the ones in Cozumel Read more
dclcruiser71
03/15
What a great day we had here at Secrets. This was adults only and it happened to be St. Patrick's Day. Lots ... Read more
MidwesternCruiser2
03/15
First time visiting. Won't make an effort to stop in this port again.Took a cab to Doctor's Cove beach, ... Read more
ozzamocca1
02/15
We were rerouted due to weather...Had been to Falmouth before and much prefer that port. Read more
oceanblue84
02/15
We just took a taxi from the pier and went to Doctors Cave Beach. It was cloudy that day due to a storm but ... Read more
Tagong
02/15
Falmouth**Montego BayLast time we ported in Falmouth we walked around the Port and headed back to the ship. ... Read more
forda30
01/15
This is Carnivals own area and if you were planning to do an excursion like parasailing, kayaking etc, I ... Read more
siestaclaud
01/15
We booked with Ricardo because of his perfect rating on Trip Advisor. $780 for 90 of us - pre tip. We booked ... Read more
BIRDMOM7
01/15
We did not get off the ship for anything more than to look around at immediate port shops. Don't waste your ... Read more
Snipe74
12/14
Bottomline: Stay on-board, or if you absolutely must acquire Jamaican souvenirs, just visit the pier-side ... Read more
timmyw
11/14
Shared taxi bus for $5 to market where we went a block or two north to Sam Sharpe square, saw a few historic ... Read more
JackAndPatti
11/14
We did lots of research about where to go. Our ship ended up coming into Montego Bay rather than Falmouth, ... Read more
mfitchor
11/14
There is a shuttle you can sign up for and you can jump on / off the shuttle as it takes you around to ... Read more
ctvoorhees
10/14
I was really excited about seeing Jamaica but when we came into port we were quickly smacked with reality. ... Read more
Shibbernackles
10/14
We were excited to visit Falmouth, Jamaica, but due to Hurricane Gonzales we were bumped to Montego Bay so ... Read more
vickymenne@yahoo.com
10/14
Approximately 6 1/2 hours. Bus to Margarittaville where you swim, eat and relax for approximately 3 hours. ... Read more
Tiki Roost
09/14
We shopped around the terminal as this was safest for us. We then bought a Hop on Hop off bus ticket, it was ... Read more

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