Formerly Walter Fletcher's Beach, the new aquasol beach has cemented its place as one of Jamaica's, and certainly, Montego Bay's most popular and adored beaches.
We still affectionately call it 'fletcher's beach, but it is now a
It is located right at the entrance of the popular "Hip Strip" here in Montego Bay. Aqua Sol is a highly family oriented theme park.
There is fun for everyone!.
By the way, it is also hailed as one of the safest here for children.
The water sport activities are many!
There are water trampolines, jet skis, banana boat rides, waverunners, kayaks, pedal boats, glass bottom boat and snorkeling.
However, AguaSol greatest attraction for the youngsters is the MoBay 500, a unique GoKart racing cicuit.
Located right at the entrance, it also features the kiddies snack bar and soda fountain.
The park also boasts two professional tennis courts and equipment for players. There is also a tennis pro on hand for lessons.
And unlike some of the other public beaches, Aquasol provides colourful beach furniture if you just like to relax on the sand.
Aquasol also boasts a professionally managed Gym, a gift shop and a discotheque at nights. And by the way, it is also home to many of Montego Bay's top stage shows and parties.
It typically opens from 9:00am to 2:00am daily. For more information, including phone contact, take a look at their website here. [opens in a new window]
See you at aquasol!
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