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Flight Deal: Montego Bay For As Low As $267 Round-Trip

By Parker Diakite

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Montego Bay, Jamaica encompasses everything that dream vacations are made of.

From the sunny skies and white sandy beaches, Montego Bay is the ideal destination for rest and relaxation.

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During your stay, there are a few low-key options that involves shopping with the locals, a bamboo boat ride down the river, lodging at an all-inclusive resort, and indulging in amazing local cuisine.

If you’re looking for red snapper, fried johnny cakes and red snapper, then head to The Pelican Restaurant for a laid back feel.

Another great place that is popular among locals and visitors alike is Scotchies Jerk. This restaurant is perfect for anyone looking for jerk options.

Next, head to the town of Falmouth for “Rafters Village.” This unique experience allows you to raft down approximately 3 miles of the Martha Brae River on a bamboo raft. 

The village encompasses six acres of beautifully manicured lawns situated on a natural horseshoe island. It offers a fully appointed recreational facility which includes picnic grounds, a full service bar, souvenir shops, and a swimming pool.

Related Post: The Cultural Significance Of Buju Banton In Jamaica And Beyond

Ready for your rafting experience? Here’s how to fly to Montego Bay for as low as $267 this April:

From Miami

Miami offers the cheapest option on American Airlines for just $267 round-trip. Find this nonstop flight option on Google Flights and use May 7 through May 14 as your travel dates.

From New York

Spirit Airlines is offering a round-trip flight from April 2 through April 9 for just $285 round-trip, according to Google Flights.

From Atlanta

The cheapest option leaves Atlanta on April 4 and returns April 11 for $293 round-trip, according to Google Flights.

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