All India 17th June, 2013: The king of music festivals and the heart beat of Jamaica is gearing up to an exciting kick off from 21st July at Jamaica’s resort capital, Montego Bay by showcasing the best talents in roots, rock and reggae music. 2013 will mark the 21st staging of what is dubbed…”the greatest reggae show on earth”, attracting millions of tourists from around the world. Kick back, rewind, relax and explore the phenomenal, breathtaking island of Montego Bay, Jamaica!

Bob Marley is the greatest Reggae Icon who ever lived on this planet, just like how Pele is the greatest footballer who ever lived on this planet. The best time to visit Jamaica is during the summer months of July and August. First staged in 1993 by Summerfest Productions Limited, Reggae Sumfest quickly became the world’s premiere reggae music event.  The festival showcases the best of Dancehall and Reggae music, as well as top R & B/Hip Hop performers and offers delicious Jamaican cuisine and arts and crafts.

The festival kicks off with its signature beach party on Sunday, July 21, before going into its three-day show; Thursday, July 25 to Saturday, July 27, at Catherine Hall, Montego Bay. . Past performers have included May J. Blige, LL Cool J, Neyo, Toni Braxton, Chris Brown and several others. This year, performers include Grammy winning singer and song writer Miguel, I-Octane, Damien Marley, Beenie Man, Tifa, Lady Saw, Spice, Barrington Levy, and many other well-known artists.

This festival is not only a paradise for music lovers but also for mouth-watering food and beer enthusiasts. Red Stripe beer and island rum are widely available, as well as traditional Jamaican food such as jerk pork and chicken, meat patties, BBQ chicken with rice and peas and curried goat.

Known fondly as MoBay, Montego Bay is the second-largest city in Jamaica and the country’s lively epicenter of tourism: Cruise ships frequent its port, and many of the visitors who arrive in Jamaica by plane land just east of Montego Bay at the Sangster International Airport. The waterfront is lined with white-sand beaches, hotels and elegant resorts. Its main attractions include championship golf courses, excellent beaches, the Montego Bay Marine Park, and some classic Georgian architecture downtown. Gloucester Avenue, known locally as the Hip Strip, parallels the shore and is the commercial tourist hub.


Itinerary – Jamaica Island Tour & Reggae Sumfest  – July 18 – 28, 2013 (11 days/10 nights)

Day 1 July 18: Arrival at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay. Transfer to hotel in Montego Bay

Day 2 –July 19:  Day at Leisure – Overnight in Montego Bay

Day 3- July 20: Tour to Appleton Rum Tour and Black River Safari – Overnight in St Elizabeth

Day 4 – July 21: Bob Marley Museum and Tour of Kingston – Overnight in Kingston

Day 5 – July 22: Somerset Falls – Overnight in Portland

Day 6 – July 23: Rio Grand and Shopping in Ocho Rios – Overnight in Ocho Rios

Day 7 – July 24: Dunns River Falls and Return to Montego Bay – Overnight in Montego Bay

Days 8 – July 25: Montego Bay –Reggae Sumfest – Dancehall Night – Hotel accommodation in Montego Bay

Days 9 – July 26: Montego Bay – Reggae Sumfest – International Night 1 – Hotel accommodation in Montego Bay

Days 10 – July 27: Montego Bay – Reggae Sumfest – International Night 2 – Hotel accommodation in Montego Bay

Day 11 – July 28: Departure from the Sangster International airport in Montego Bay

Package costs   including US$ Cost per US$ Cost per US$ Cost per
pre and post tour   hotel person dbl occ person dbl occ person dbl occ
accommodation at the   hotels
listed below: 10 – 16 persons 3 – 9 persons 2 persons
(A)   Holiday   Inn  $            1,740.00  $            2,150.00  $            2,318.00
(B)   Sunset   Beach Resort & Spa  $            1,792.00  $            2,202.00  $            2,370.00
(C) Riu Montego Bay  $            1,812.00  $            2,224.00  $            2,392.00


4*4 OFF ROAD SAFARI  $                                   99.00
ISLAND ROUTES LOVERS’   ROCK CATAMARAN CRUISE  $                                   80.00
JAMAICA BOBSLED,   SKYRIDE AND ZIPLINE  $                                 168.00
ATV SAFARI  $                                 110.00
ULIMATE SWIM WITH   DOLPHIN  $                                 246.00

Package includes:

–          Return airport transfers in Montego Bay

–          Hotel accommodation for 10 nights

–          Breakfast and Dinner daily

–          Entrance fees to listed attractions as indicated in the itinerary

–          Air conditioned transportation during tour and airport transfers.

–          Taxes and service charges


Package does not include:

Cost for tickets and transfers to Reggae Sumfest and optional tours.


Payment Terms:

50% deposit required by June 21, 2013 to confirm reservations along with selected package option, names, occupancy and amount of persons

Balance along with flight details required by July 2, 2013

Banking details available upon request


For further details, contact:-
Tel: (718) 878 5358(404) 419 7993; Tel: (876) 924 7027 / 924 7330;
Mobile: (876)  822 6186 / 453 8117/ 856 9812; Fax: (876) 969 8918
Email: leisureholidaysja@gmail.com / leisureholidaysja@cwjamaica.com / vacation@leisurejamaica.com




For Further Information, please contact Pourushasp Mehta at 24981777, 9820664262 email – visitjamaica@gmail.com