Upcoming Events in Montego Bay You Shouldn’t miss in 2022

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Upcoming Events in Montego Bay You Shouldn’t miss in 2022

Practically, Jamaica is the homeland of Entertainment. Montego Bay hosts some extraordinary events that you can enjoy along with your friends and family members during the duration of these particular events. If you are living abroad and willing to travel abroad, you must comply with the rules and protocols imposed by the Local Government regarding the prevailing Covid-19 situation.

Reggae Sumfest, Montego Bay 2022

Reggae Sumfest is widely considered one of the world’s most important reggae music festivals, with a strong reputation for showcasing world-class reggae performers. This event, which takes place during the third week of July, is a must-see for all reggae fans. It has become a cornerstone of the Jamaican entertainment calendar, attracting visitors from all over the world, including Africa, Europe, the United States, and Asia.

You may register and receive a booking link through email, or you can book directly on our website at

https://www.openroadtravelagency.com/reggae-sumfest-2022/
A $75 per person deposit is required at the time of booking to secure your position. Once your deposit is received, you will receive an email from them with a link to your booking site, where you may make payments and check for trip updates.

PLEASE NOTE: FULL VACATION PACKAGES PRICES (ROOM CATEGORIES, NUMBER OF DAYS, NUMBER OF FESTIVAL NIGHTS) ARE ON THE DROP-DOWN MENU AT CHECKOUT; YOU CAN NOT COMPLETE REGISTRATION WITHOUT SELECTING ONE. OR BOOK DIRECTLY ON THAT WEBSITE.

All Open Road Travel LLC pre-packaged trips are non-refundable. Please see our Terms & Conditions page for additional information.
RULES FOR PASSPORTS: To travel to and from Jamaica, you will need a valid passport. When going overseas, passports should be valid for at least six months. Most nations will not allow a visitor to enter unless their passport is slated to expire at least six months after the end of their journey.
THE AVAILABILITY OF SPACE IS LIMITED: Please confirm your reservation as soon as possible since reservations will be taken and processed on a first-come, first-served basis.

THE FOLLOWING IS INCLUDED IN THE VACATION PACKAGE: 4 OR 5 NIGHTS Accommodations:

  • Transfer to and from the airport
  • Excursion 1 (If doing 5 Nights)
  • For one or both nights of Reggae Sumfest, VIP tickets are available.
  • The venue’s transportation to and from the event

Payment Plan: For your convenience, we have offered the option of breaking your payments into many installments.

aFIWICulcha 4H Earth Day Culcha Fest

The Minard Hill 4H JMG Program is Hosting a #afiwiCulcha Earth Day Fest at Sha Sha Marley April 21- April 24

The colors black and gold of the Jamaican flag represent the people’s power and inventiveness; gold represents the natural beauty of the sun and the country’s richness, and the green represents hope and agricultural resources. Many visitors come to Jamaica to enjoy the Golden Sun, but few have had the chance to learn about the Black (Strength of Our People) and Green (Agricultural Resources) sides of Jamaican culture. The Minard Hill 4H Club is attempting to alter that.

Minard Hill, near Brown’s Town, St. Ann, was previously Jamaica’s greatest local manufacturer of tourist-oriented cuisine. Marvin Palmer, the 4H Club’s President, established the club to teach young people in agriculture and to re-establish Minard Hill as one of Brown’s Town’s major farming communities. To that aim, the Minard Hill 4H club is aiding club members in purchasing or constructing Tower Gardens for the purpose of growing foods for local and tourist reasons.

Jamaicans used their estates to cultivate food for local and tourism reasons in the early days of tourism. A Junior Master (Tower) Gardener Program is being run by Marvin Palmer, a farmer and member of the Jamaican agricultural organization, to provide organic gardening instruction to 4H members. Mr. Palmer can be reached at MarvinPalmer2012@gmail.com if 4H members are interested in using Tower Gardens to grow food for visitors.

Credits: Event Brite

In the early days of Jamaican tourism, Jamaicans used another way of cultural exchange: hosting tourists in their homes. “A house stay” at an Airbnb, he says, is the only way to “really” EXPERIENCE Jamaican culture.” Mr. Palmer urges his members to go above and above while entertaining tourists in their homes or farms by giving home-cooked meals and tours of Jamaica’s natural, historical, and cultural attractions.

The biodiversity and agriculture of Jamaica are currently in high demand, much like her glorious sunshine. Green has surpassed Gold as Jamaica’s most sought-after natural resource as the epidemic continues. The epidemic has sparked a demand for more “Green” methods to eating and living, presenting huge career and economic prospects in the agricultural and food industries.

Your support of the Earth Day Fest, the Tower Garden Project, and other Green 4H programs will offer training and employment for young people in agricultural and green tech vocations and enterprises in Minard Hill and across Jamaica.

Jamaica Carnival, 2022

The biodiversity and agriculture of Jamaica are currently in high demand, much like her glorious sunshine. Green has surpassed Gold as Jamaica’s most sought-after natural resource as the epidemic continues. The epidemic has sparked a demand for more “Green” methods to eating and living, presenting huge career and economic prospects in the agricultural and food industries.

Your support of the Earth Day Fest, the Tower Garden Project, and other Green 4H programs will offer training and employment for young people in agricultural and green tech vocations and enterprises in Minard Hill and across Jamaica.

Each bundle contains the following items:

  • Accommodations for single or double occupancy
  • You’ll get a $500 credit for any outfit you like. TBD on the band. Once you’ve chosen your costume, you’ll have to pay the difference between the credit and the costume cost.
  • Pick-up and delivery of costumes to your hotel room
  • Three celebrations
  • Transport to fetes, road marches, and group activities are all available.
  • Arriving at the airport (KIN) pick-up and drop-off services
  • Cocktail reception/welcome dinner
  • Goodie bag/welcome present
  • Photographs were taken by professionals in carnival costumes
  • Carnival packing list and Jamaica must-haves
  • On April 25, there will be a local trip.
  • Have we mentioned the vibes?
  • And there’s a new carnival team!

Do you require something else to be included in your shipment? There are a variety of add-ons available:

  • Hair and/or make-up services
  • Additional social gatherings/events
  • Outside of the group dates, lodging
  • Airport transportation to/from MBJ airport Wonga Food Tour guided by WongaGyal herself
  • Your bundle does not include the following items:
  • Carnival accessories, travel insurance, and tips and gratuities are all included in flights to Jamaica.
  • service in the room
  • If you need assistance with any of these, please ask and we will do our best to assist you.

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