The Caribbean island with the colourful reggae lifestyle

The Caribbean love of life and the infectious reggae vibes make for an incomparable, relaxed holiday feeling in Jamaica. Whether at a festival, on the street or at a market - the unique rhythm of Jamaica can be experienced at almost any hour. Stress does not seem to exist here, true to the motto "Don't worry about a thing, cause every little thing gonna be all right".

Quick facts Montego Bay

Flight time

11:00 h


8520 km

Time difference

- 5 hours CET

Exchange rate



English, Jamaican Creole

A cup of cappuccino costs around

CHF 2.10

Discover Jamaica from Montego Bay

The island state enchants with a lively combination of inspiring music, multifaceted art, spectacular nature experiences and the warm-hearted nature of its inhabitants. To discover the positive attitude to life and the Caribbean flair of the island, Montego Bay is the ideal starting point.

In the heart of Jamaica's Gold Coast, a wide range of restaurants, bars and shops invite you to enjoy yourself. Around Montego Bay, sports enthusiasts will find a challenge or two in golfing or river rafting on the Martha Brae River.

Caribbean dream beaches for every taste

No matter where you are on the island, turquoise waters and sandy paradise beaches are never far away. Seven Mile Beach in Negril is considered the longest beach in Jamaica, while Treasure Beach in Frenchmans Bay impresses with its tropical nature. Around the charming harbour town of Port Antonio, you will find jewels like Frenchman's Cove and Winnifred Beach. These and many more dream beaches make for unforgettable beach holidays in Jamaica.;;;;;; Jamaica's underwater world is colourful and has a lot to offer for divers as well as snorkellers. Those looking for action on the water, on the other hand, will find good conditions for water sports activities in Mammee Bay near Ocho Rios.

Experience untouched nature up close

The island enchants nature lovers with unique impressions in varied landscapes. Hikers head for Blue Mountain Peak. The national park below the 2’256-metre peak is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The coffee plantations of the world-famous Blue Mountain coffee are popular destinations here and are sure to be remembered. For a change of perspective, we recommend discovering the jungle on a bamboo raft on the Rio Grande. Last but not least, don't miss cooling off at one of the many waterfalls such as Dunn's River Falls or the Blue Hole.

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