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Jamaica Swamp Safari Village and Falmouth Tour from Montego Bay
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8 Apr 2016
“Not Much Left”
22 Feb 2016
“Shuttle left us stranded and terrified”
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Montego Bay, Jamaica

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Reviewed 9 April 2016

This is our last stop on our bus tour. we had to remind our bus driver couple times for this stop. This 1700 Fort was built to defence Jamaica coastal. However, the only thing remained now is the cannon which is nothing special. The Fort...More

Thank Jim P
Reviewed 22 February 2016

We got a map from the local "Hop Off, Hop On" shuttle. There were five stops on the route, my husband and I decided to walk from Margaritaville down to the fort since he wanted to see it. We crossed the street to the fort...More

Thank SL_Piazza
Reviewed 22 November 2015 via mobile

Well worth a visit but be prepared for major hassle from the venders across the street trying to sell their carvings. The fort itself isn't fantastic, a couple of canons and butraces that's about it

1  Thank Gary150769
Reviewed 24 November 2014

This is located in the heart of downtown Montego Bay! It is lined with upscale shops and fresh food / fruit market!

1  Thank Angela H
Reviewed 3 July 2010

There's not much left of the first Fort built in Jamaica (early 1700's). Just 3 cannons and an ammunition building. The cannons were never fired in anger, but one of them killed a gunner when it exploded when fired to celebrate the British capture of...More

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