Travelling in Jamaica
(Edmonton, Alberta, Canada)
I need to get to Black River from Montego Bay. What are my travel options?
Should I hire a taxi? Is there public transit? Any information would be helpful. There are four of us.
:10-26-2008 by W. Gayle
There is indeed public transportation to get you to Black river, but you may have to take 3 or more taxis to get there from Montego Bay, there is no direct drive.
Moreover, if you are not familiar with the country and would not recommend you take the public taxi.
My humble opinion would be to hire a local tour taxi, they are quite efficient.
Take a look at this page for more information and suggestions Valrie. https://www.my-island-jamaica.com/getting_around_jamaica.html
Incidentally, my mom's name is Valrie too!
Do enjoy yourself when you get here Val.
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