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    Montego Bay

    If you are looking to start off your evening in a fun and novel way, you may want to check out Glistening Waters Restaurant and Marina just outside Montego Bay for dining, disco, and drinks overlooking the glowing river.

    Glistening Waters is in Falmouth, which is just a few minutes east of Montego Bay and it’s a glowing lagoon that will amaze you! It’s a restaurant and marina where you can eat dinner and then take a beautiful night cruise/tour of the “luminous” lagoon.

    When the water is disturbed, the microscopic organisms in the water glow and create and “eerie”, glistening light.

    This phenomenon is said to occur in only 3 places worldwide!

    This phenomenon is only found in Indonesia, the Bahamas, Puerto Rico and Jamaica. The tour guides in Jamaica’s claim theirs is the brightest.

    Here is some information on the “how and why” given by some scientists from the John Hopkins University.

    The eerie glow comes from small micro-organisms that emit a flash of light when disturbed. Jamaica’s luminous lagoon is one of three places in the world where these microscopic organisms live and create this natural phenomenon, known as bioluminescence.

    It’s said that out of the three, the luminous lagoon in Jamaica is the brightest in the world; a fact that has and continues to awe scientists and visitors alike.

    The research shows the lagoon is the best place to see these microscopic organisms called dinoflagellates or pryodinium bahamene, because of two reasons.

    First, there are literally millions of tiny micro-organisms living in the lagoon.

    Secondly, the lagoon is formed at the point where the Martha Brae River meets the Caribbean Sea, and the dinoflagellates thrive in the layers where the salt and fresh water combine into brakish waters.

    The organisms glow brightest in shallow, warm water, and generally the lagoon is about 3-8 feet, or more, in depth.

    Glistening Waters Jamaica Boat TourCost of Boat Tours…

    The the tours are approx. $20.00 US Dollars and that includes a free rum punch. The tours leave around 7pm every night.

    The boats hold up to 30 people.

    Don’t forget to bring your swimming suit. You are allowed to take a swim during the boat tour and the water will be glowing around your body!

    For more information, take a look at some pictures, or take a peek at the restaurant’s menu, visit their website at:Glistening Waters Website


    You will also find the island’s most authentic British Pub, the Royal Stocks, in Montego Bay.

    The Royal Stocks brings you classic English pub preparations in a relaxed Jamaican Atmosphere. Enjoy fish and chips, prime steaks, and seafood with your favourite ale. It’s your pub favourites with a twist, you can get beer battered onion rings to go with Jamaican jerked chicken wings. Enjoy your traditional favourites with a twist of Jamaican flair.

    Contact Information
    Half Moon Shopping Village Montego Bay
    (876) 953-9770


    In the mood to take a risk? Then you should visit Jackpot Jungle, the premier gaming experience in Jamaica. Whether you are just looking to try your luck, or you are the play-to-win type, this casino’s got the game for you. Basics like blackjack and roulette always make for a good time, but the main attractions are the 120+ slot machines available with a wide variety of games, from traditional slots to interactive gaming. Games take US denominations from five cents $5(USD


    165 Gloucester Ave
    Montego BayTel: 876-952-4130
    Fax: 876-952-6532
    Montego Bay is home to Hip Strip, a section of Gloucester Ave thick with popular bars and clubs. Visitors and natives hang out frequently on this popular street.It facilitates a nice,long walk for lovers and a relaxing atmosphere for those who just want to hang out. Located in MoBay’s favorite hot spot is the Twisted Kilt, the island’s first Irish pub, and the very jazzy Blue Beat.  Rum Jungle is perhaps the most impressive spot on Hip Street, known for it’s theatricality, exotic food, and samples of over 100 different rums.  Meanwhile, for true novelty, check out Chillin, a game center with artificial falling snow and an ice bar.  Get lucky on Hip Strip by visiting the street’s casinos: Caribbean Treasures and Coral Cliff Gaming Room.(Phone: 876 952 4130)
    Caribbean Treasures
    Address: 19 Gloucester Avenue
    City: Montego Bay
    JamaicaPhone: 876 952 8938
    Caribbean Treasures is a Casino in Montego Bay, Jamaica and is open daily 2pm-2am. The casino’s gaming space features fifty-one gaming machines.for great drinks and good music, there’s no place likeMargueritaville (also on Hip Strip), and now you can enjoy this great nightlife tradition, Jamaican style. This bar and café has an excellent menu with traditional items, as well as traditional Jamaican drinks and food. During the day, sports events are broadcast on big screen TVs, and after dark, theme nights add to the fun of the laid-back atmosphere.

    —————By day, patrons can enjoy international sporting events on the big screen TVs and jam to the laid back sounds of Jimmy Buffett. At night, the ‘Ville swings to the sounds of our in-house deejays while party people strut their stuff on theme nights including Karaoke, Latin and Pajama Party night. The busy open-air bar downstairs serves up a rainbow of tropically-flavoured margaritas and signature 22-ounce bongs of beer. Sizzling fajitas, salads, pizza and, of course, the world famous Cheeseburger in Paradise are menu favourites, while mouthwatering desserts like Cosmic Key Lime Pie and the Last Mango Cheesecake are a delicious finale. And the kid’s menu is sure to satisfy even the pickiest half-pint!———————————————————————————————————-

      Pier One
    Pier One – Howard Cooke Boulevard
    Tel:- (1 876) 952-2452

    Pier One is one of the two hottest party destinations in Montego Bay (the other one being Margaretville). It is situated in the Pier One waterfront alongside the Montego Bay Marine Park building.

    The club has an open-air design and a pier which extends out to sea. From the pier party goers can enjoy romantic views over the lagoon to the twinkling lights of the surrounding hills or admire the luxury yachts moored up alongside.

    Selectas (DJs) play a mix of international and Jamaican music through the night and well in to the morning. The liveliest night is Friday. Pier One is open all through the evening but does not usually fill up until after midnight.

    Live concerts are often held at Pier One with some of Jamaica’s biggest names as well as overseas acts performing.


    Pier One is also a restaurant, offering open-air dining with sea views for lunch and dinner. The restaurant specialises in seafood but meat options such as steak, chicken and burgers are available too. There is also a children’s menu.


    The Voyage at the Aquasol Theme Park on Gloucester Avenue hosts regular beach parties and theme nights throughout the year with live entertainment and fun galore. Call to see what’s on during your visit. 979-9447.


    Witch’s Hideaway at the Dunn’s Villa, close to the Wyndham Hotel, has Happy Hour every evening from 6 pm to 8 pm. 953-7459.


    The Brewery on Miranda Ridge celebrates Happy Hour every day from 4pm to 6 pm with Karaoke on Tuesday and Friday. 940-2613


    Coyaba Hotel offers Seafood by the Sea on Thursday with a live Calypso band. On Friday there is live jazz in the Polo Grounds Bar and on Saturday a lively Native Show on the beach. Non-guests are welcome. Call 953-9150.


    Coral Cliff Entertainment Lounge at the Coral Cliff Hotel offers varied entertainment seven nights a week with live jazz, fashion shows, cabaret and vintage reggae. There is no cover charge and free transport from your hotel cab be arranged. Call 952-4130


    Annie’s Pub, situated in the dungeon at the Rose Hall Great House naturally has great atmosphere. They sometimes host live music events.


    Check Aquasol Theme Park 979-9447, Rosehall Beach Club 953-2341 Caribbean Beach Park 953-8263, Cornwall Beach, 952-4439, to see what is on.


    Tropigala Night Club, situated at Caribbean Showplace in Ironshore, is open from 8 p.m. with game shows, cabaret with glamorous showgirls and international performers. Call 953-8263 for more information.


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