sandals south coast with trees
Sandals South Coast.

From Montego Bay to Ochi, Why to Visit a Sandals in Jamaica Right Now

By: Alexander Britell - June 15, 2024

Dunn’s River Falls. The Pelican Bar. Seven Mile Beach. Rick’s. The White River. Rose Hall. Jamaica never stops calling. 

Whether you’re looking for the bustle and energy of Montego Bay, the laid-back cool of Negril or the abundant natural beauty in Ocho Rios, Jamaica has a vacation for every kind of traveler. 

And Jamaica also has a Sandals resort for every kind of vacation. 

Rondoval suites at the Sandals South Coast resort.

The company has seven different resorts in Jamaica, from its landmark Sandals Montego Bay to the secluded Sandals South Coast, and now the company has launched a new program that makes it easier than ever to take an all-inclusive getaway on the island. 

It’s called Jamaica Calling, and the program has all-inclusive rates starting as low as $199 per person per night for weeklong trips, the company told Caribbean Journal. 

Even more, if you choose a five night stay or longer, you get a catamaran cruise included. 

With a seven-night trip, you also get a $250 resort credit. The seven-night bookings activate the low rate offer. 

sandals ochi beach
The Sandals Ochi Beach Resort in Jamaica.

So what do you need to know? 

The program starts with the Sandals Ochi resort, with its 11 bars, 16 eateries, unlimited golf and spectacular Ocho Rios coastline, starting at $199. 

Every Sandals all-inclusive in Jamaica is included in the program, from the South Coast resort (at $299 per person per night) to the brand’s newest resort in Jamaica, Sandals Dunn’s River, which has rates starting at $402 per person per night. 

So how long does the program last? 

Travel needs to be booked by June 24, 2024. It’s valid for travel between now and Jan. 31, 2025, with just the last week of December a blackout. 

To learn more, visit Jamaica Calling

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