Montego Bay Private Jet Charter Flights and Jet Hire Montego
A Jamaican poem claims there is no summer, winter, spring or fall, just days filled with golden sunshine. If we are to believe this, then every day is a great day to visit Montego Bay. Jamaica's tropical climate makes it a popular destination for anyone wanting to rid themselves of the excessive cold of winter months or oppressive heat of summer. The tourist season is generally from mid-December until April. Rainfall is lowest and the heat of the day is cooled by trade winds. Naturally, private jet charter flights to Montego Bay and hotel prices are at their highest during these months. If you're looking for cheap private jet flights to Montego Bay, then May through November is the time to book. During the off-season, hotel prices generally are 25% less and travel agencies are able to book jet flights and put together inexpensive Montego Bay travel packages. The major airport for Montego Bay is Sangster International Airport (MBJ).
Where to stay
Once you've decided when to head to Montego Bay, you'll need to find a place to stay. If you're on a budget, The Emerald View Resort, located at 261 Poinciana Dr, Greenwood St. James, will suit your needs perfectly. The Emerald View is a unique and exotic hotel with a gorgeous view of the Caribbean and is consistently ranked as one of the best resorts in Jamaica. If you're looking for something a bit more private and budget is of no concern, Silent Waters Villa is a private home nestled into the mountains with a stunning view of Montego Bay. It features tennis courts and an on-site helicopter pad. The Sunset Beach Resort and Spa All-Inclusive sits on the tip of a white sand peninsula and is just two miles from central Montego Bay. The hotel features swim up bars and themed walks across its 22-acre area.
What to do
After you've settled in, sun and fun await you. Step outside of your hotel and head toward one of the many beautiful areas in Montego Bay. Rose Hall, a colonial home, built in the 18th century, used to be the most magnificent home in Jamaica. Now in ruins, it is open to the public for tours and laid back afternoons spent in the pub, which is located in the estates dungeons. Montego Bay is well known for its golf courses. One such course is the Half Moon Golf Club. This par-72 course is highly respected, even amongst pros such as Jack Nicklaus. Doctors Cave Beach, a five-mile long area of beach, is a favorite of visitors and locals and features anything you need for rest and relaxation in the sun. Be careful, though, you may end up spending your entire vacation in this little slice of Heaven. If you're interested in finding the best souvenirs for the lowest prices, be sure to check out the bustling crafts market on Market Street. Here you can dicker for the lowest price and come away feeling as if you've made the deal of a lifetime.
Where to eat
After a busy day of laying out at the beach or visiting the sites, settle in for a wonderful dining experience at any of the local Montego Bay restaurants. Try Jamaican Bobsled Café (60 Gloucester Ave.) to support a good cause by eating great food. Proceeds from the Café go to the famous Jamaican bobsled team. Jerky's Bar and Grill (29 Alice Eldemire Dr.) is the place if you're looking for authentic Jamaican jerk, this is the place to be. One of the best dishes featured is the jerk pork. Try it with a bottle of Red Stripe. Tapas (Corniche Rd. behind Coral Cliff Hotel) where Spanish and Caribbean flavors dance in this restaurant and the signature dish shares the same name as the restaurant. Jimmy Buffets Margaritaville (Gloucester Ave.) is the perfect complement to Jamaica's laid back attitude. Stop here for some family fun and great food.