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Old 02-08-2006, 01:06 PM
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Give me some ideas on what to safely and economically while in port for the day in July '06. I hear that Sunset Beach & Resort is good. Any other specific ideas or comments??

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Not sure which port you are referring to since there are two which the cruiselines normally visit. A private tour will run you very little money and there are several I've seen recommended, but again it would help to know which port you mean.
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Old 02-08-2006, 02:19 PM
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Sorry about that. It's Montego Bay. I hear Sunset is all-inclusive for $40.
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Sunset Beach and Resort is a good option, but you can have just as good a time at Doctor's Beach for a lot less money. Doctor's Beach is just beyond Margaritaville and you can combine the two for a memorable day. If you want to tour, then I would suggest getting a hold of Trevor Hudlin and having him set up a special tour designed just around what you want to do.

Here is a review of a 1/2 day spent with Trevor in Ocho Rios.

http://www.caribbeanportreviews.com/...sJamaica55.htm

Don't worry though, Trevor lives between Montego Bay and Ocho Rios and knows both areas equally as well.

Hope that helps.

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I would have to agree that Trevor Hudlin would be the best bet to go with while in Jamaica. We did a private tour with him last year while in Jamaica, there were 8 of us....and he made our stay in Jamaica FUN!!
While on our drive to our destination, He was teaching us some of his music from the island, and when our 5 18yr. old boys tried to teach him some of "their" music.....he had us all laughing!!
You cannot go wrong with Trevor
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Old 02-10-2006, 11:49 AM
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That sounds good. Do you recall what it cost to do that beach and use the tour guide?
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I know it would depend on what we did with the tour guide, but can you give me an idea of how much it costs?

How do I find Trevor?
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He has his own website: www.trevorhudlintours.com
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Sorry about that. It's Montego Bay. I hear Sunset is all-inclusive for $40.
I just spoke with Sunset Beach and Resort. The Day Pass is $70 pp, children under 12 yrs. is $45.00.

It includes all nonmotorized activities,such as parasailing, snorkeling, eating and drinking in the dining room, bar, buffet.
 
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