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Our top 5 activities for $50 or less in Montego Bay, Jamaica

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Who said you had to spend money to get the most out of your vacation? Certainly not us! These five activities in Montego Bay, Jamaica, will cost you less than $50… or nothing at all.

Sam Sharpe Square: $0

Sam Sharpe Square is the perfect place to soak up the local atmosphere without paying a dime! This popular downtown square is named after the leader of the great Jamaican slave revolt of 1831.

Hip Strip: $0

Explore the Hip Strip, the heart of Montego Bay, with its lively souvenir stores and many bars where you can drink a frosty Red Stripe beer. There’s also the Margaritaville restaurant, with its 37-meter-long waterslide that plunges you right into the sea.

Doctor’s Cave Beach: $8

Go for a swim at Doctor’s Cave Beach, a private beach that offers a beautiful stretch of sand, snorkeling and The Sand Bar, a casual and fun place. They also offer umbrellas and lounge chairs for rent.

Jerk Chicken at Scotchies: $15

Stop by the legendary Scotchie’s for jerk chicken, barbecued fish and other Jamaican specialties. Sitting in the shade under an awning, you’ll enjoy the not-too-spicy food with a cold drink.

Greenwood Guest House Tour: $25

Learn about Jamaican history at the Greenwood Guest House, a beautiful house perched on a hill overlooking the coast. There are beautiful historical displays on display during the 45-minute tour.
45-minute tour.

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