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Answer this1 AnswerAnytime in March is a good time for visiting Montego Bay, with little to no rain and temps a comfortable 25 to 30 degrees Celsius. However, also bear in mind that this is also peak travel season, so you'll get the crowds and prices to go with that. If you can hold off until late April (after the Easter break) or May, you'll get a better deal (though, of course, you'll be flirting with the island's first rainy season).
Answer this1 AnswerThere are myriad activities available to you at Montego Bay, regardless of whether you're alone, with a mate, or with friends. During the day, you can enjoy golf, scuba diving, and other activities. And during the night there are beach parties in which you can meet people. As long as you're outgoing, you'll have plenty of opportunities to meet new friends. Or, if you're introverted, you can enjoy the nice weather and fine beaches. You'll need just a good book and an appreciation for relative solitude.