Island Twist on the Beach Restaurant (Rondel Village Hotel, Norman Manley Blvd., Negril) — enjoy casual dining and a spectacular view at our restaurant and bar, Island Twist on the Beach (right by the water), specializing in delicious seafood, curried goat, oxtail, vegetarian dishes and international favorites, the cheapest and coldest Red Stripe on the […]
Houseboat Grill (Freeport Road, Bogue Lagoon, Montego Bay) – located by the water, on a double decker boat, the dishes served here are mainly seafood items (with French and other influences), such as Pernod-spiked sautéed shrimp; lobster with spicy scotch bonnet beurre blanc; and boneless free-range chicken with mushrooms, sweet peppers and Chardonnay cream sauce. […]
Horizons (The Ritz-Carlton Rosehall, 1 Ritz-Carlton Drive, Rose Hall, Montego Bay) – located within one of Montego Bay’s upscale hotels, this restaurant offers Mediterranean-style dishes, with a choice of indoor or outdoor seating.
BUS – with limited transportation options in Jamaica, the Knutsford Express bus service is a viable options of going from city to city – being it Montego Bay, Kingston, or Ocho Rios (along the island’s north coast). With various buses going to and from these destinations daily, fares can be as high as J$2,700 for […]
Evita’s (Eden Bowers Road, Ocho Rios) – located just up the hill, opposite the Taj Mahal Shopping Center (a 10 minute walk from the cruise ship piers), Evita’s is a restaurant known for its fusion “Jamaican-Italian” dishes, such as Lasagna Rastafari, Jerk Spaghetti, and One Love Penne (penne tossed in Alfredo sauce, steamed calaloo and […]
Cosmos Seafood Restaurant (Norman Manley Blvd., Negril) — located on Negril’s world famous Seven Mile Beach, Cosmos Seafood Restaurant & Bar is a long-time favorite. Authentic Jamaican food combined with a rustic and pleasant atmosphere, it is a long-standing beach favorite for anyone passing through Negril. Cosmo’s specializes in fresh locally caught fish dishes such […]
Rockfort (Route A4, Norman Manley Blvd., Kingston) — Located at what was once called Harbour Head. Rockfort was first fortified as protection against the possibility of a French invasion from Santo Domingo under the command of Ducasse in 1694. With the earthquake which destroyed most of Port Royal and its fortification, the eastern end of […]
Rose Hall (North Coast Highway – 15 km east of Montego Bay) — dead more than a century, Annie Palmer still stirs memories of her reign as the mistress of the Rose Hall Great House. Cursed by slaves, the White Witch, Annie Palmer, turned a magnificent plantation into a hell house of atrocities. Countless slaves […]
Port Royal (Norman Manley Highway, south of Kingston) – located just west of Kingston international airport (on a thin peninsula south of Kingston city), the history of this port goes back to the piracy period of the 17th century. The waters surrounding the current Port Royal area is an archeological treasure trove, due to the […]
Peter Tosh Mausoleum (Rte. A2, Belmont) – located in the small town of Belmont, Reggae legend Peter Tosh’s grave can be found within a nondescript white structure here. Tosh was best-known for helping form the reggae band The Wailers with Bob Marley in the late 1960s. Open daily from 9 am to 5 pm.