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Low fares for Fort Walton Beach (VPS) to Montego Bay (MBJ) Low fares for Fort Walton Beach to Montego Bay
Tue 02/27 - Thu 03/01
2 days, 1 stop max
Thu 03/01 - Sun 03/04
3 days, 1 stop max
Mon 04/16 - Mon 04/23
7 days, 1 stop max
Mon 07/23 - Wed 08/01
9 days, 1 stop max
Wed 08/01 - Wed 08/08
7 days, 1 stop max
Thu 04/26 - Mon 04/30
4 days, 1 stop max
Wed 02/21 - Wed 02/28
7 days, 1 stop max
Tue 03/06 - Fri 03/09
3 days, 1 stop max
Fri 03/02 - Fri 03/09
7 days, 1 stop max
Arriving in Montego Bay

There is one airport in Montego Bay called Sangster International Airport, and it is the larger of the two international airports on the island of Jamaica. A majority of the flights to Montego Bay are tourist related, meaning the airport can be quite busy during peak travel times. Airfare to Montego Bay is easy to come by, so finding cheap flights to Montego Bay is a fairly easy process for travelers. Upon arrival, international guests are required to clear a thorough immigration and customs, which can take quite some time.

Getting Around Montego Bay

After your Montego Bay flight arrives, you will need to figure out what other forms of transportation you will be using during your stay. The most popular options for the area include taxis and local buses. The taxis in Montego Bay are quite cheap by America’s standards, although hotel taxis are notably more expensive. Montego Bay is very tourist friendly, and there are many buses that service local resorts and can pick people up to take them to and from the airport as well as to and from main attractions. Bus information can be found online, through travel agents, or at a local resort.

Main Attractions in Montego Bay

There are many outdoor activities to do while visiting Montego Bay, including Rockland’s Bird Sanctuary, the numerous public beaches, and the water park, Agua Sol Theme Park. There are also plenty of ocean tours, dolphin encounters, and horseback riding adventures in the area as well. For those who are more interested in history, there is the Greenwood Great House, which once belonged to fame poet Elizabeth Barret Browning’s cousin and now serves as a museum for antique instruments and furniture.

Shopping, Dining, and Nightlife in Montego Bay

There are many shopping options in Montego Bay ranging from farmers markets that sell local fare to large shopping malls. As far as nightlife goes, visitors will find many options. Gloucester Avenue, also known as “hip strip,” is a new popular party spot for the area, and the city is dotted with Margaritaville locations that stay open late and serve an array of drinks. There are numerous restaurants in the area as well. Some serve traditional Jamaican food, while others have more Americanized options. Some of the most popular for tourists include the Pork Pit and The Twisted Kilt Lounge, both of which offer outdoor seating and affordable pricing.

Flight stats for Montego Bay - did you know?
  • Sangster Intl Airport (Montego Bay, Jamaica)
    • Right now, 25 airlines operate out of Sangster Intl Airport.
    • Sangster Intl Airport offers nonstop flights to 37 cities.
    • Every week, at least 10 domestic flights and 334 international flights depart from Sangster Intl Airport.

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