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Cruise Shore Excursions Jamaica

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Reggae & Snorkeling Catamaran Cruise from Montego Bay
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Reggae & Snorkeling Catamaran Cruise from Montego Bay

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Travel along Jamaica’s north coast on this catamaran cruise in Montego Bay. While onboard the boat, sip cocktails from an open bar and enjoy appetizers as you listen to reggae music and take in panoramic views of the Caribbean. Plus go snorkeling at a coral reef near Doctor's Cave Beach.
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clinicmgrMN wrote a review Mar 2020
Plymouth, Minnesota291 contributions105 helpful votes
We booked a Jamaica shore excursion through Princess Cruises. The port where we docked (Falmouth) was filled with fun shops, and we spent about a half hour walking around and enjoying the warmth and sun. We then boarded a bus for our tour to Ochos Rios, which is about 1.5 hours away! After about 45 minutes on the bus, we stopped at a convenience/souvenir store where we were able to use the bathroom. We then continued on the bus tour, which took us up and down a very narrow, windy road that was covered with trees. Not much to see, and the driver continually had to blow his horn when rounding all the sharp corners. All the participants we talked with felt this was a waste of time. We then went to Konoko Falls and park, which was very nice. Our guide was animated and knowledgeable, and showed us a koi pond, banana tree, beautiful flowers, and allowed us to hold a large parrot and iguana (we used our phones to capture wonderful pictures!). We crossed a bridge over the falls, and were treated to spectacular views. This was the highlight of the trip! We were then boarded the bus and was taken to a tourist area that had a flea market and a few other stores. We had exactly 1 hour to eat and return to the bus, which was not nearly enough time. We had a choice of three places to eat . . . the first was a Jamaican restaurant, but we didn't go there since time was short. Our other two options were Burger King and Pizza Hut. Not at all what we wanted or expected! The flea market was fun; lots of indiginous artwork and unique things. We were then hustled back on the bus for another 1.5 hour return drive. We got to the port at 4:15, when our ship was scheduled to leave at 4:30. I was grateful this was a cruise-sponsored excursion, since they were then required to wait for our return. If you're stopping in Jamaica, choose a cruise that ports in Ochos Rios; not Falmouth!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Gerry S wrote a review Mar 2020
Ennis, Ireland11 contributions12 helpful votes
Visited Labidee, Falmouth, Cozimel from cruise ship "Oasis of the Seas". Very disappointing as we were channelled into another shopping centre.In fact everywhere the ship docked, you were met with more shops. You never met the locals or got to visit the real country.The price quoted for the cruise bore no resemblance to the actual cost when you boarded the ship. You were charged for internet, movies, bingo, shore excursions. The ship was beautiful and the crew were friendly but the whole objective seem to be to get you buy in the overpriced shops. You would need a bank with you to keep up with the constant barrage of ads for sales, special offers and "exclusive offers!" Give me a break Royal Caribbean !
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Date of experience: February 2020
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PKJH wrote a review Feb 2020
Dallas, Texas1 contribution
Best money spent, clean beach, family oriented, drinks and buffet were amazing, will go again! Also music was great!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Nyredneks wrote a review Feb 2020
Copperas Cove, Texas20 contributions1 helpful vote
Great shops the jewelry of fantastic. Anything you could want you can buy at the shops and kioks. People are so friendly!!!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Dan wrote a review Jan 2020
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Did excursion with cruise. Was fun, but we were determined to really experience Jamaica. Wanting to find cheap red stripe and real Jamaican food we decided to go outside of the all India owned shops at the port. As soon as you walk through the gate to the real part of the island. You will be intimidated by the change of pace and lifestyle. Don’t be afraid, remember these people need you to survive. Tip #1 take off all excursion bracelets. That is a true sign that you are willing to pay way too much. Guides will come right up to you and start following. Find one you like. The ones in the blue shirts seem to be the best. I recommend Delleon Willmont..aka..”Blackface” Make sure you tell him what you want or are looking for. They want you to be happy ,so they can get you to tip more. Tip #2 cheap beer can be found at the market/grocery. Have the guide go with you to get the best price. (8 beers/ 12 USD) carry a backpack and fill it up and drink cheap. The guide is not supposed to drink if he’s legit, but i’d offer just to be friendly. Tip #3 food is all around the square. Salt Cod and Jerked whatever. Bammy,festival,etc.. all worth trying. The proteins are the best flavor, Just ask your guide what he’d be eating. Make him part of the group. Remember to ask questions and be comfortable. Don’t go anywhere you don’t feel in control. Tell your guide if you are feeling uneasy. Your experience will be what you make it. Don’t be stingy with your tip either. These islanders need your support. This is their job. Think what you’d pay the people at the shore excursion desk. Have Fun be safe.. Hooray Beer!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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