Moon Palace Jamaica
Leaders in Conservation
- Location: Ocho Rios - 1hr 40 mins from airport
- Short walk into town
- 10 mins to Dolphin Cove
- Clientele: Family-friendly
- Style: Contemporary
Moon Palace's cleaning program, Purely Palace, looks after you before, during, and after your stay, and has now been in place for more than a year with stringent quality controls, health measures and preventive actions implemented to ensure everyone remains healthy and safe.
Come experience the heart of Jamaica, a vacation in paradise, at the Moon Palace Jamaica. All-inclusive luxury awaits with 700 rooms offer luxurious accommodations. Enjoy world-class dining in select restaurants. You can either enjoy fresh seafood at Pier 8, with a magnificent view of the mountains surrounding Ocho Rios or take in a dreamy Jamaican sunset at the Sundeck, featuring certified Angus beef, homemade pizzas and more.
There is plenty to do during your visit! During the day, the surf’s always up at The Flowrider; Double Wave Simulator creates two lanes of perfect, endless waves. Or make the Caribbean Sea your personal playground. Kayak, paddleboard, sail, swim, or snorkel. After dark? Dance the night away at the sleek, sophisticated, Club Noir.
Commitment to the Environment & Community
Dedicated to low-carbon tourism, Palace resorts focus not only on reducing their carbon footprint, but also mitigating its effects. They are committed to creating local jobs and giving preference to the acquisition of local goods. Actions are taken to reduce energy consumption through permanent programs for the efficient use of water, energy saving and waste recycling, including recycling used cooking oil into organic biodiesel to run the beach cleaning tractors.
More than 300 hectares of the property was awarded private natural reserve certification, now known as the “Moon Palace Private Reserve,” in 2013. In continually protecting habitats, developing biological studies, and contributing data for further environmental initiatives, they aim to achieve “Neutral Tourism,” whereby the debt caused by their carbon footprint is essentially ‘cancelled out’ by the conservation of this rich nature reserve. One such program is the Sea Turtle Conservation Program that transfers eggs into simulated nests (increasing their chances of hatching to just under 100%) then runs controlled baby sea turtle releases. More than 2 million have been successfully released into the Caribbean Sea since the conservation program was created.
- 6 à la carte restaurants and a café
- Piano Bar, Night Club Noir, Loud Bar
- Four pools
- Wired Lounge just for teens
- Awe Spa
- The Flowrider
- Best diving site in Jamaica
- Fitness Center
- Playroom (for the kids)
- Water Sports
- Tours for adventure seekers or culture buffs*
- World-class entertainment
* Fees may apply.
- Round-trip airfare
- Round-trip airport transfers
- Accommodations at the all-inclusive resort
- Should an international guest (staying a minimum of 5 nights) test positive upon check out preventing departure, Moon Palace Resorts will cover the cost of quarantine for up to 5 days at no cost to guests, for up to two guests, should both guests test positive. Should guests test positive for a period longer than 5 days, an exclusive rate of $199 USD per night will apply for up to 3 guests in the same room. If guests want to isolate themselves but have additional family members that wish to stay, guests can book additional rooms at $199 USD per night for up to four people, in a standard (run of house) room. Guests who have tested positive will be accommodated in a designated COVID area of the resort.
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Dunn’s River Falls
Do you want to experience one of the most appealing sights Jamaica has to offer, but only have a short amount of time? Then this Dunn's River Falls experience is for you. The world famous Dunn's River Falls is the most popular Tourist attraction in Ocho Rios and one of Jamaica's natural treasures. You will drive along the coastline before reaching Dunn's River Falls for a fun climb and a dip in the refreshing waters.
Once you set sail, your guide will explain why the lagoon glows in beautiful blue and green hues when the water is disturbed. Tiny microorganisms, dinoflagellates, emit a phosphorescent light. The lagoon becomes hauntingly beautiful when it rains, as the drops of water dance on the colorful surface.
Swimming is optional. The water is only 5 feet deep, allowing you to move freely and watch the tiny harmless creatures light up blue-green around your body. Following your energizing swim, there will be live entertainment back on shore.
Ocho Rios Blue Hole
Your guide will take you climbing on waterfalls, and you can even take a Tarzan rope swing and splash down into the cool, natural pools. If you'd rather take it easy, you can relax under the waterfalls to get a pleasant natural shower, float in the three pools to let your worries wash away, or explore the hidden caves. Afterward, enjoy lunch at the renowned Tracks & Records restaurant, owned by Olympic gold medalist runner Usain Bolt.
Shark Encounter at Dolphin Cove
Dolphin Cove Ocho Rios Jamaica, a natural cove which is surrounded by five acres of lush tropical rain forest. Overcome your fears of sharks by getting up close and personal! You’ll have the opportunity to swim with and feed the sharks. Guests get the chance to hold, touch, feed and explore by swimming in the same water as Caribbean Sharks. Learn the deep secrets of these amazing creatures under the careful supervision of our highly trained shark encounter facilitators.
Bamboo River Rafting
Set sail and journey three miles down the Martha Brae River on a 30-foot bamboo raft. Visit the six-acre Rafter's Village where you can enjoy tropical flora and fauna while you take a dip in the river.
Blue Mountain Bicycle Tour
Could this be Jamaica’s best-kept secret? We’re the ONLY tour that gets you into the famous Blue Mountains; the cool, misty home of some of the most prized and expensive coffee in the world! Jamaica isn’t all beaches and coconut trees. Here, folks you bike past may be wearing sweaters.
This is a side of Jamaica your friends haven’t seen, where the tallest peak is 1,500 feet higher than the biggest ski resort in France. Where wild hogs and the guinea pig- roam in “elfin forest” below pine trees shrouded in mist.
Descend a gentle 4,000 feet down next to tangerine and soursop trees, with almost no peddling, ending up at a jungle waterfall and swimming hole. Sample Jamaica’s coffee and touch the beans growing in the field. Have a hearty Jamaican lunch. And ride the highest (1,000 feet), longest zipline in Jamaica.