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Runaway Bay & Trelawny

Runaway Bay & Trelawny Vacations

Resplendent Runaway Bay is less crowded than its nearby neighbor Ocho Rios, but its beaches are no less beautiful. Here you will also find Green Grotto Caves, a labyrinth of limestone caves. In the mountains south of Runaway Bay is Nine Mile, birthplace and final resting place of the legendary Bob Marley. Nearby Trelawny Parish is home to Falmouth, known for its Georgian architecture and cruise-ship port. 

Region: Jamaica

Featured Runaway Bay & Trelawny Hotel

Ocean Eden Bay

Ocean Eden Bay

Our 4-Star classification designates those properties with well-appointed, deluxe accommodations, extensive amenities and comprehensive guest services. Expect attention to detail and a warm and hospitable staff ready to cater to your needs. These superb properties offer a truly refined getaway.
Jamaica, Montego Bay

The Ocean Eden Bay is an adults-only paradise located right on the beach in the world-famous Montego Bay area. The brand-new resort features modern rooms, a large outdoor pool and an exclusive dinner-show restaurant.

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When to Go

It’s always the right time to sail or fly to Jamaica. The rainy season lasts from May through November, when it usually rains for short periods in the late afternoon, followed by sunshine.

A tropical marine climate brings cool breezes from the sea. The mountain areas are cooler than the beaches, and the weather is usually between 80 F and 90 F. July and August are typically the hottest, when the weather is sunny, and temperatures average at 88 F.

The coolest spot on the island is Blue Mountain Peak. March and April are the windiest months. Negril Beach and Kingston offer more sheltered surroundings, ideal for year-round water sports.

Hurricanes are a rarity in Jamaica, although as in much of the Caribbean the season runs from June through November.

When to Go

It’s always the right time to sail or fly to Jamaica. The rainy season lasts from May through November, when it usually rains for short periods in the late afternoon, followed by sunshine.

A tropical marine climate brings cool breezes from the sea. The mountain areas are cooler than the beaches, and the weather is usually between 80 F and 90 F. July and August are typically the hottest, when the weather is sunny, and temperatures average at 88 F.

The coolest spot on the island is Blue Mountain Peak. March and April are the windiest months. Negril Beach and Kingston offer more sheltered surroundings, ideal for year-round water sports.

Hurricanes are a rarity in Jamaica, although as in much of the Caribbean the season runs from June through November.