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Montego Bay Airport Transfers
by Rosemarie Gordon

Have you ever been at the airport waiting for your pick up and envy those that walk out and are immediately swept away by their respective transfers? That makes two of us :-)

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You can do just the same though, as transfers are available from the airport to most of the resorts in western Jamaica, or can be arranged to take you to any part of the island in fact. 

Yes, irrespective of what time your flight gets into to Montego Bay’s Sangster’s International Airport, you can rest assured that an airport transfer is patiently but anxiously waiting to take you on an authentic Jamaican experience.

This arrangement can be a shared or private affair and is provided by a number of certified companies with competent, courteous, efficient and friendly staff raring to assist in ensuring that your stay in Jamaica takes off on a high note.

Mobay Airport Transfer Operator - Chester Fowles

Below is one person who I know, have a great relationship with and who I would not hesitate to recommend to you... Mr Chester Fowles.

You can read more about him here.

I also highly recommend Rocky Tours for those staying on the Negril side of Jamaica.

Below are also a few of the most popular companies that can help you with your search

JUTA Tours

Claude Clarke Ave
Montego Bay
1(876) 952‑0813/0623

JACAL Tours Ltd.

Claude Clarke Ave
Montego Bay
1(876) 952‑7475/8277

In addition to the above mentioned companies here are a few more along with some per person rates - at the time of writing.

As you go through these rates bear in mind that they are one way rates and does not include rates for private or executive transfers. Please feel free to contact the respective companies for a more comprehensive rate chart.

Paradise Vacations Jamaica Ltd.

To or from the airport to;

  • Montego Bay and Rosehall -USD30.00 – 40.00
  • Negril -USD70.00
  • Hanover -bt USD40.00 & USD50.00
  • Westmoreland -USD90.00
  • St. Ann -bt USD60.00 & USD90.00
  • Mandeville -USD150.00
  • Kingston -USD230.00
  • Port Antonio -USD240.00

Contact info.
Montego Bay
St. James, Jamaica
1(876) 840 5639
Email :

Clive’s Transport Service

  • Hotels in Montego Bay -USD25.00
  • Negril -bt USD30 & USD70.00
  • Hanover -USD18.00 – 40.00
  • St. Ann -USD40.00 -90.00
  • Mandeville -USD250.00
  • St. Elizabeth -USD115.00
  • Kingston -USD250.00

Contact info.
P.O.  Box 4813
Lucea, Hanover
1(876) 956‑2615 or 869‑7571

Jamaica Tour shared rates:

  • For transfers to and from hotels in Montego Bay and the Rosehall area –USD 10.00 one way and 20.00 roundtrip
  • Hanover – USD15.00 – 20.00 one way and 30.00 – 40.00 round trip
  • Negril – USD25.00 one way and 50.00 round-trip
  • St. Ann – USD22.00 – 25.00 one way and 44.00 – 50.00 round-trip

Contact info:
P.O. Box 
New Rochelle, NY 
(347) 653‑1406 

17 Da Costa Drive
Ocho Rios
1(876) 370‑2186

Mobay Airport Transfer

Remember the option is there to either use the shared or private transfer service. Of course the shared transfer works out to be the more economical choice.

On the other hand the personalized service and complimentary drinks served on the private transfers could be worth the extra.

Have an enjoyable Jamaican experience!

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