Coral Cove is on the southwestern coast of Jamaica between Negril to the west and Savanna La Mar to the east in the small fishing village of Little Bay. We are approximately six miles from West End, Negril. It takes approximately 30 minutes to reach Negril by car. We are about One and a half hours from the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay. Coral Cove is spread across six acres of oceanfront and has been blessed with being centered on a naturally beautiful cove that has a natural coral reef tucked within it. If you have decided to drive or are familiar with Jamaica we have enclosed driving directions from the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay to Coral Cove. Transportation can also be arranged by our drivers. The transportation charge is $85 each way for 1-4 people payable to your driver, extra persons are $20 beyond four traveling together for pickups from the airport in Montego Bay. If you have decided to rent a car, we have enclosed directions to make it a little easier for you.
Arrival: You’ll arrive at Montego Bay International Airport. Either a passport (beginning in January 2006 passports will be required for all US. citizens to depart or return to the United States) or a raised seal birth certificate and a photo ID is required. After picking up your luggage at the claims area downstairs, go through the “nothing to declare” line, then go to the reception area outside where you will be met by your driver will be holding a Coral Cove sign.
The Ride or drive: From this point on your stress-free, “No Problem Mon” vacation begins. The ride to Coral Cove will take you over the mountains through many small villages or along the coastal road. A stop at a roadside shop for a cold Jamaican Red Stripe or Ting may be in order on the way. The trip is a great introduction to genuine Jamaica, away from the developed tourism.If you have decided to drive or are familiar with Jamaica we have enclosed driving directions from the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay to Coral Cove. The last 4 miles of the ride in to Coral Cove has been the topic of many discussions. As a matter of fact there have been T-shirts silk screened that say “I SURVIVED THE ROAD TO LITTLE BAY” Many of us are of the opinion that the condition of the road is the very thing that keeps Little Bay a destination and not a thoroughfare. One thing is for sure, once you have made the 4 mile 15 minute journey you may very possibly agree with us, lets keep our road just as it is. Let’s keep Little Bay a special place, a special destination. THE ISLAND VIBE IS CONTAGIOUS PICK IT UP!