Vacation rentals in Montego Bay

Vacation rentals in Montego Bay

Vacation rentals in Montego Bay

A Caribbean paradise

Jamaica is a destination loved by many globetrotters and Montego Bay is one of the hotspots of this exciting destination. Full of white sand beaches, pristine jungles, ecstatic nightlife and tons of fun activities it’s no wonder travelers keep coming back. Walk on soft white sand beaches to the tunes of reggae music. Watch an amazing sunset with an exotic cocktail in hand. Paradise is here! You’ll find most of the rentals right on the beach with others dotted around the inner city and countryside areas of Montego Bay.

Fully equipped rentals for everyone

Choose between budget and luxury accommodations. Many options include gardens, private pool, TV and fully equipped kitchen. These rentals truly are for any traveler whether you’re traveling solo, in a group or with your significant other. Amenities like a TV, kitchen, pool, gardens and internet are standard. Some also have a sauna and feature stylish touches like artwork and charming furniture. If staying by the ocean you’ll have cerulean blue views.

Vacations in Montego Bay

The area and getting around

Montego is full of energetic beauty and history

There’s awesome nature and adventure to be had nearly everywhere in Montego. Chukka’s Jungle Outpost combines history with a cornucopia of amazing activities. Thus preserving the interesting history of this 18th century plantation. Some of the activities include river tubing and ziplining in the gorgeous scenery. A day spent at Bunker’s Hill Cultural Experience is a fantastic and adventurous way to learn about Jamaica’s original inhabitants (the Tainas) and enjoy exploring incredible rivers and caves. You will also get to enjoy an authentic Jamaican meal.

Authentic Jamaican cuisine

Montego Bay is not only a beach paradise, it’s also a fantastic place to try some of the best of Jamaican cuisine, including some impressive drinks. Some of the homemade, farm-to-table delights to try include, cool Red Stripe. Munch on Jamaican patties and cocoa bread with chocolate tea. Have callaloo for breakfast (tasty steamed greens). And last but not least, savory the taste of ackee and saltfish, Jamaica’s national cuisine. To learn Jamaica’s culinary secrets, try taking a cooking class. Also, experience Jamaica Rum with a tour of Appleton Estate.

Travelers and activities

Montego Bay for Nature Lovers

This gorgeous destination could be considered a perfect ecological place for nature lovers and travelers who love to be outdoors. Visit Croydon in the Mountain. Discover a hidden Eden and feed tropical birds at Ahhh Ras Natango. Complete with gardens and galleries this bird sanctuary boasts some of the best views of Montego Bay. Go scuba diving or snorkeling and see the incredibly colorful life under the sea. Have a once in a lifetime horseback ride on the beach. These horses love the water and you’ll have an amazing experience riding through nature and later through gorgeous water along the beach.

Montego Bay for Entertainment Seekers

Cinnamon Hill Gulf Club is a world class facility set among the rolling hills and cerulean ocean. It’s also a favorite with both locals and visitors and is known to have some of the best caddies in the world. Be the life of the party on the Hip Strip. Jamaica is known for being a country that knows how to party. At Montego Bay you’re at one of the best nightlife hubs in the country. The Hip Strip is home to many fun, exhilarating bars and clubs, some even featured in famous movies. Check out Pier 1 and Margaritaville for a start.

Doctor’s Cave Beach got its name from an osteopath who believed it had curative properties and has since become the most popular beach in Jamaica.

Top 5 travel tips in Montego Bay

1. Explore Montego Bay beaches

One of the best places to relax is at Doctor’s Cave Beach. It’s also on the “Hip Strip” and perfect for families, safe swimming, and getting a great tan. You’ll also find many excellent restaurants here with plenty of lounge chairs. For a beach that’s a bit away from the crowds, beeline over to Cornwall Beach. It’s just as beautiful as its famous neighbor, but with fewer visitors.

2. Rafting on the Martha Brae

Check out one of the best rafting experiences in the country. About an hour’s drive from Montego Bay in the town of Trelawny, you’ll find one of the biggest rivers in Jamaica. This trip takes you down the river in a classic bamboo raft with jungle views all around and it’s safe to get out and have a swim. If you hang out after dark, check out the bioluminescent lagoon of nearby Glistening waters.

3. Explore the Green Grotto Caves

The green algae covering the walls are what gives these gorgeous, luminescent caves their name. If you’re a traveler who likes a little adventure, then these caves should definitely be on your itinerary. These caves will spark your imagination with their mysterious beauty and history.

4. Check out the Rose Hall House

This heritage home built on a hill with incredible views of the ocean, is one of the top historic plantation homes in the country. Built in Jamaican-Georgian style in 1770, you will learn about the history of plantations and the slave trade in Jamaica. This visit will enrich your understanding and appreciation of Jamaica.

5. Eat Jamaican Jerk

Although there are many culinary treats to choose from in Montego, one dish that stands out is jerk. Authentic Jamaican jerk made on pimiento wood has history dating back to the Maroon people in the 1600s who would cook meat underground using coals and an addictive spice blend. It is both a method of cooking and a delicious mix of spices.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Montego Bay

What was the average price for a vacation rental in Montego Bay last year?

Last year, rentals in Montego Bay had an annual average price of around $214 per night.

During which months can you find the best price for vacation rentals in Montego Bay?

Those who want to be budget-friendly should travel to Montego Bay in November, August, or July, which are the months that offer the most discount, with average prices of $196, $198, and $200 per night, respectively, based on the previous year.

When does the price of vacation rentals in Montego Bay go up the most?

Last year, the month that showed the highest annual average prices in Montego Bay was June, with an average price of $242 per night. This was followed by April, with an average of $234, and then May, with $222.

Is Montego Bay a good location for a last-minute getaway?

Here, last-minute travelers are welcome, because the average availability in Montego Bay is 61%, which is above average for Jamaica, based off last year.

Which months offer the highest availability?

The months that offer the most accommodation options are, on average, October (with an availability of 70%), September (68%), and April (64%), according to the trends observed in the prior year.

When are fewer rentals available in Montego Bay?

The month with the highest average booked rental figures is December (only 53% of properties were available on average last year). Followed by January (54%), and then February (58%). However, there is no need to worry because even in the months with the least availability the average is 55%. It will therefore be easier to find your dream vacation rental no matter the time of year.

How many rentals are there in Montego Bay?

We have collected the offers from 7 different partners in Montego Bay, so we can provide you with around 530 properties. You're going to have a hard time choosing!

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