Montego Bay, Jamaica
Montego Bay is the capital of the parish of St. James and is also Jamaica's only other officially incorporated city, referred to as The Second City. The city with a population of 110,115 (2011), is however the fourth largest urban area by population after Kingston, Spanish Town and Portmore, all of which form the Greater Kingston Metropolitan Area, home to over half a million people.
The city is enclosed in a watershed, drained by several rivers such as the Montego River.
Montego Bay is pivotal to Jamaica's economy. The city holds most of the weight of the country's tourism sector. Most of the country's visitors arrive and depart from Montego Bay's Airport or Port, the busiest airport in the Anglophone Caribbean. Many international companies have resorts in the city including Hyatt, Hilton Hotels, Holiday Inn, RIU Hotels, Royalton and Iberostar.
The city is also home to a thriving business process-outsourcing sector. The city has call centres, which cater to many Fortune 500 companies.