Jamaica Bound

Club Mobay Departure Lounge

A uniquely Jamaican, first class lounge experience. Imagine escaping from the stress and chaos of security lines and crowded departure halls.

What better way to begin your Jamaican travel experience than with personalized expedited service through the airport? Enjoy ‘Fast Track’, a hassle free process that quickly takes you through Immigration, Customs and security. Afterwards, you’ll be taken straight to our premium lounge where a range of comforts await you, from large screen TVs, refreshing drinks and delicious snacks to Private restrooms

Jamaica Bound:  What to pack?

Passport:  When traveling to most of the Caribbean, you must have a passport to enter.

Cash:  Cash is King!  Caribbean countries typically use their own currencies, though several tourist destinations  accept U.S. dollars encouraging American travelers to visit.

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Beach attire:  This is a must!  Don’t forget to bring covers, t-shirts and swimsuits.

Dinner attire:  Most of the resorts have dress codes:  Semi-formal beach wear; Men should bring a pair of long pants and closed-toe shoes; Women should bring summer dress or pair of slacks

Water shoes: beach activities, hiking Dunn’s River Falls having closed-toed slip on water shoes for protecting your feet from rocks and coral.  Water socks for all water and sand activities

Comfortable/ versatile shoes:  Dress up or down to wear to dinner or sightseeing

Sunglasses: A good pair of (polarized) sunglasses will protect your eyes even on overcast days

Hat:  It will provide much needed shade full force Caribbean sunny days

Insulated Tumbler:  This work for cruising and all-inclusive resorts.  You are able to store several drinks and pour into tumbler saving time being spent in line at the bar.    Stainless Steel Double Wall Water Bottle

Waterproof pouch:  You are surround by water in the Caribbean. So protect and your goods:  cell, monies, room key, credit card.  JOTO Universal Waterproof Pouch

Sunscreen:  At least SPF 30; sweat- and water-resistant SPF and reapply every time you come out of the water!

Bug repellent: Get a good bug repellent to keep the mosquitoes and sand flies from annoying and biting.

Beach bag/Back Pack:  You will be at the beach – that is a given.  So a good beach bag is a necessity.

Jamaica Travel Advisory:  The State Department Travel advisory

Other items:  Dry snacks like granola bars or nuts; Travel size Medication Kit, and Surge Protector.

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