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Montego Bay Offers The Best Jamaican Vacations


Montego Bay is the fourth largest city in Jamaica. It is located on the northwest coast of the Jamaican island and was originally discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1494. He called it “The Fair Weather Gulf.” It was a colony of Spain for 144 years from 1511 to 1655. In 1655 Lord Cromwell sent an expedition to the Caribbean and this expedition started a six-year war and the island was eventually taken over by the British.

The island has a long and varied history. A rebellion took place on the island in the 1830s that led to the abolition of slavery in the British empire. Today, Montego Bay is mainly known as a tourist destination. Jamaica is the largest English-speaking island in the Caribbean and the third largest island in the Caribbean.

Dottson Bando owner of stated in an online interview: “There are so many things to do when you visit Montego Bay Jamaica for a vacation. For example Montego Bay has championship golf courses on year-round emerald green courses with glimpses of the Caribbean Sea to distract your game. Your all inclusive vacation package means that you pay no greens fees.

Other favorite sports which you can enjoy during your Montego Bay vacation that will include tennis, volleyball, basketball and table tennis. You can take an hour or two whenever you wish to enjoy the state-of-the art fitness centers located in the inclusive resorts.

Many people when visiting may struggle to find the perfect Montego Bay hotel. Bando stated in an online interview: “The best rates for Montego Bay hotels are now all located in one place. Yes, at the click of a button you’re able to search for the perfect Montego Bay hotel online for free at .” 

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