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My husband and I visited Mahogany beach for a few hours in mid-November 2018. It’s a public beach w/no admission fee. The weather was perfect. It was a nice way to spend a few hours, but we won’t return to this particular beach. The beach...More
Recently my friends and I went on a cruise with this company. Cher and the rest of the crew was awesome! There was a lady aboard who needed assistance. Cher assisted her from the beginning to the end. I’ve never seen such great customer service....More
The cab driver told us to go here but man, when we arrived it was full of people trying to sell us stuff. Even more than other places. I rather not stay so we ended up leaving. I didnt' feel safe swimming over here since...More
This used to be a beach anyone can go to, very small not as beautiful as some but nice place for a drink and a quick rest off. Loosing customer interest because no longer accessible to anyone only to the residence staying. The beach doesn’t...More
This beach was advised by a local taxi driver (maybe his friend works there?) and it was not that impressive. The beach is small, the water not that beautiful, not a lot of place with shadow. You really have to come early if you don’t...More
We ended up here only because were walked Main Street and landed here. After dealing with the overwhelming heckling of the locals ("taxi?", "smoke?", etc...) finding the beach was a nice welcome sight...until we got in to the beach. The beach is SO small...we were...More
We were dropped off here by our tour guide when we asked to visit a beach not too far from the cruise port. This beach was a 5 minute drive away. Although it's a small beach where tour groups visit by boat, we found it...More
We asked a cab driver where a nice beach for the kids would be ages 7 & 5
So he took us to Mahogany beach, lots of locals selling weed , but i guess Canada will have that to soon. There must be many better...More
This beach is very small, 1km from the town center and is very popular with people from cruise. Crowded! Sand very hard and dirty so it's dificult to play for kids. For a bed you need to pay 7US$. There is a bar and restaurant....More
Is anyone familiar with these? I believe they are called Carib Ocho Rios or something similar. Seems like a nice location..am wondering if the property and apartments are nice. Thanks in advance.
August 14, 2007|
*bump* No one has stayed here or has visited?
Green Bay, Wisconsin
Mahogany Beach anyone been there? (3 Replies)
Can you tell me anything about this beach along with it's location? We will be staying at The Grand Bahia in June.
March 26, 2010|
Type Mahogany Beach Jamaica in Google's search window. It's about 1 hr. from Grand Bahia. http://www.google.ca/search?sourceid=navclient&aq=4&oq=mahogany+beach&ie=UTF-8&rlz=1T4GGLL_enCA323CA323&q=mahogany+beach+jamaica
Marva Shaw= Best Tour Guide for Ocho Rios!! (5 Replies)
Stopped at Ocho Rios, Jamaica during a cruise last month and had the best time EVER!! We didn't book any tour through the cruise line as it was too expensive. We booked through knowjamaica.com with Marva Shaw. I emailed her at email@example.com and she was very quick to respond. We got to climb Dunn's River Falls( You HAVE to do this!!!), go tubing down the White River and then go to a local beach (Mahogany Beach) to try out the jerk chicken and Red Stripe beer. She even stopped at a small...More
July 03, 2008|
I agree completely with this post. My husband, daughter, and I went with another family on a Western Caribbean cruise. Not wanting to book through the ship (too expensive), we booked through Marva at www.knowjamaica.com. Her son Javia was our tourguide; he was absolutely wonderful (very friendly and FUN!). Javia took great care of us--we too felt VERY safe with him. Dunn's River Falls is not only beautiful but an absolute blast to climb. We also went tubing down the White River, which was...More