Montego Bay Jamaica is one of the Caribbean’s leading holiday destinations for quite some time now. From the early 1900s American tourists were already traveling here regularly on old steam ships that were used to facilitate the banana trade. Situated on the northwestern side of the island, this little vacation getaway is known for its charm, tourism hospitality, beauty and splendor. The town has a population of approximately 150,000 inhabitants; the city streets are busy, colorful and lively complimented by many bars, shops, in-bond stores; crafts market and restaurants of which all seem to be in close proximity.
Montego Bay got its name in a somewhat unappealing way. The name is derived from the word "manteca" which is a Spanish word for Lard. This area was a leading hunting ground for wild hogs which the Spaniards used to make "hog butter". Thus on some historic atlas Montego Bay is shown as Lard Bay.
The hotels are rated among the best and range in all different prices to suite one’s pocket. The inception of the all-inclusive hotel packages gave rise to the construction of many new hotels, these hotels range from small family properties to luxurious five diamond which are mainly beach properties sprinkled along the coast.
Negril is 50 miles west and Ocho Rios is 67 miles east making Montego Bay a very attractive place to stay because of its unique location. Private Tours to either of these fantastic resort towns are highly recommended and can be organized by us.
1) Payment in cash after each tour or transfer.
2) Prepaid payment via PayPal.
3) Payment upon arrival at the airport with a credit card.
Best Jamaica Airport Transfers and Tours is your one stop shop. We offer super quality private airport transfers from the Montego Bay that are reasonable priced. We have a cadre of drivers who are all trained in customer service as well as defensive driving.
Private Tours from Montego Bay Hotels is one of the Hallmarks of Best Jamaica the number one transportation company on the island. One cannot truly say that you have visited Jamaica without exploring the culture and see and enjoy some of the things that made Jamaica, JAMAICA.