Montego Bay Jamaica

Montego Bay, Jamaica – Stem Cell Clinic
Springfarm Drive
Rosehall, Jamaica, West Indies.

This location is in beautiful Montego Bay, Jamaica! The staff and services in Montego Bay is ready to make your time and stay very refreshing and rejuvenating! After your stem cell therapy you may want to experience the unique culture and environment. Montego Bay, Jamaica is one of the best places to see. It is the tourism capital and 2nd largest city in Jamaica and as such, it is widely visited by local and international tourists every year. It is home to some of the world’s best parks, ports, and is a world class tourist destination with duty free shopping, a cruise line terminal and several beaches. The city is backed by picturesque low mountains and features world class golf courses.



Doctor’s Cave Beach

The Beaches
Those who have been to Jamaica will tell you there is nowhere like it. For starters, Jamaica boasts tropical weather the whole year round. Swim, snorkel, dive, fish and enjoy one of their world famous beaches.  Take in Doctor’s Cave Beach; named for a physician who donated his beach property to form a swim club; the property was once accessible via a cave that was later destroyed by a hurricane. This strip of sand helped put Montego Bay on the international tourist map.


Rose Hall Beach

Rose Hall Beach

If you’re in Montego Bay and looking for a more sedate beach experience than you’ll find downtown, head east to Rose Hall Beach. If you’re staying at one of the luxury beachfront resorts here, such as the Iberostar, Half Moon, the Hilton Rose Hall, or the Ritz-Carlton, then this glorious strip of sand is right outside your doorway. If not, you can access this strand at the Rose Hall Beach Club, which has a restaurant, beach bar, and live entertainment, among other amenities.


If visitors are looking for fun and challenge, Cinnamon Hill Golf Club, Half Moon Golf Club, and White Witch Golf Course will offer them a tough and rewarding golf trip. These golf destinations have demanding holes, well-positioned sand traps, and lots of water hazards.


Cinnamon Hill Golf Club

Cinnamon Hill Golf Club

Avid golfers will never enjoy a good game until they play on one of the greatest courses in the Caribbean, Cinnamon Hill Golf Club. It winds gently through the historic Cinnamon Hill sugar plantation. Its layout features a vivid front nine and a tight back nine that is filled with strategically placed bunkers that inspire most competitive player’s best game. Designed by Robert Von Hagge, Cinnamon Hill’s various elevations lets the players experience the links and inland golf.


Half Moon Golf Club

Half Moon Golf Club

With the talented and famous Robert Trent Jones Sr. as its designer, it’s not anymore a question why Half Moon Golf Club is a must visit place in Montego Bay. The tough holes, undulating greens, challenging drive, and spectacular vistas are the reasons why this club is award-winning. It was named “2009 Golf Resort of the Year” by the International Association of Golf Tour Operators and “The Best Caribbean Golf Resort” by Caribbean World Magazine. In 2005, it was renovated by renowned golf architect Roger Rulewich to suit the taste of both the avid and casual golfers. The course now features newly-aligned tee complexes, new bunkers, and repositioned fairways. The combined styles of Jones and Rulewich made this place one of the finest golf courses in Jamaica.

White Witch Golf Course

White Witch Golf Course
This mountainous golf course is designed by the international architectural team that consists of Mike Smelek, Robert Von Hagge, and Rick Baril. White Witch Golf Course was carved out of 600 acres of lush greenery and rolling countryside that features panoramic Caribbean views. It is considered one of the finest golf courses in the Caribbean and was named after Anne Palmer, the notorious “White Witch”. Anne was known as a mistress of voodoo. The legend says that she practiced witchcraft and used it to kill her husband, John Palmer, who owned the sugar plantation on which the course stands. However, this story does not pull back visitors from playing in this course. The place’s epic surrounding will let them forget its dark legend.


Big Game Fishing

Montego Bay hosts international marlin tournaments during the month of October as they have for more than 40 years. In addition to fishing by local and international competitors, there are parties and receptions that make these tournaments a heritage highlight.


The Museums
Music, art, culture and history rock the “heartbeat of Jamaica.” If you want to know the history and culture of Kingston you should definitely visit its museums. Reggae fans are sure to love the Bob Marley Museum which features everything from the music icon’s life to his achievements. The museum has a wide collection of his mementos including photographs, writings, and other collectible items.

Oldest Church in Jamaica – Falmouth Parish

The Churches

The natives are known for being religious and the numerous churches are proof of their faith and devotion to their religion.  Jamaica holds the Guinness Record for the most churches per square mile of any country in the world.

The Parks

For those who don’t want the noise of the city or the hustle and bustle of tourists at the beach, the parks are the best places to spend your early morning walks or have a relaxing afternoon.