When traveling to Negril, Jamaica, you'll fly into Montego Bay Sangster International Airport. During your flight, you will receive a double-sided Jamaican Immigration/Customs form (one per person including infants). The customs section of the form only needs to be filled out per family. Please note that this section must be complete in order to be stamped by immigration officials upon arrival.
After a brief stop at baggage claim, you'll show the stamped portion of your form to a customs officer. When you depart, you will need to present this form once again to outgoing immigration. So, be sure not lose this portion of the form – screening at outgoing immigration will be much lengthier in the event you do. And, don't forget to sign your form before returning it.
Guests should also be aware that a transfer or return flight ticket and proof of sufficient funds are required upon entry into Jamaica. So make sure to have your return WestJet ticket accessible in your carry-on when you arrive.
If you have purchased transfers to and from your hotel with WestJet Vacations, look for a Jamaican Tours Limited representative holding a WestJet Vacations sign after you exit the customs area. Then, simply identify yourself as a WestJet Vacations guest. Welcome to Jamaica mon!
Smiling WestJetters will be ready to assist you at the check-in counters in the departure area of the Montego Bay Sangster International Airport. An airport tax of J$1,000 is charged upon departure but when you fly WestJet, this tax is included in your ticket price.
If you have some time to spare before your flight, the Montego Bay airport has all the shopping conveniences of an international airport, including duty free shopping. There are also many places to grab a bite to eat, as well as business, play and lounge areas to pass the time before your departure. Vaccination
Although yellow fever is not a disease risk in Jamaica, the Jamaican government requires travelers arriving from countries where yellow fever is present to show proof of vaccination. It is also always recommended that you stay up-to-date on standard vaccines. Check with your local clinic for more information.