Where to Find the Best Montego Bay All Inclusive Vacation Packages

by Paul Joseph  |  Published May 28, 2017

Nestled on Jamaica’s north coast, Montego Bay is one of the Caribbean’s busiest cruise ship ports. Those on-board are invariably drawn here by its pristine beaches and laid back way of life, not to mention the idyllic resorts and world class golf courses. Water sports are another major attraction, with snorkelling and diving at coral reefs in the protected waters of Montego Bay Marine Park a favourite activity among visitors and locals alike.

The sun sets over the water in Montego Bay (Ian via Flickr)

If you’re on the look out for an all-inclusive package in Montego Bay, our advice is to use one of the market leading websites to secure your trip. These websites normally offer the largest volume of options (for flights and resorts) and as market leaders they generally have the best rates too. Furthermore, they also tend to provide excellent customer service along with lenient cancellation policies in order to maintain their hard-earned reputation.

Below are reviews of the three most reputable travel booking websites. We recommend cross-checking rate to give you the best chance of landing a top deal for your Montego Bay adventure.

Comprehensive and well-written resort descriptions laid out in a clear way make CheapCaribbean both informative and easy to use. The website also says it has personally reviewed all of the resorts it lists, which, if accurate, certainly adds to its credibility. Other helpful features include a ‘deal of the week’, which always includes airport transfers to your resort. One downside is that our search for all-inclusive packages to Montego Bay found only a limited number of resorts listed – substantially fewer than on its competitor websites.


When we searched for all-inclusive deals to Montego Bay with Expedia
we found a bigger selection of resorts compared with CheapCaribbean, especially when it came to more up-scale options. Not only that, we also found that rates for certain resorts were lower with Expedia; therefore we would recommend price-checking any deals you find elsewhere. We also found that the website provides very well researched information on flights, with all options presented clearly and concisely. However, the resort’s descriptions are somewhat basic compared with the other websites.

We found that both the Montego Bay resorts listed and their prices were generally the same as with Expedia. However, the interface is a little out-dated and not particularly user-friendly, which takes away from the experience a little. Additionally, another downside is that the site does not offer the option to book airport transfers to your resort. We would mainly recommend Priceline for those wanting to book a resort with no flight, as availability and pricing tend to be best for these deals.