This lively and laid-back Caribbean jewel is justifiably famous for its spiced rum, jerk-seasoned delicacies and infectious reggae rhythms, plus a luxuriant…
This lively and laid-back Caribbean jewel is justifiably famous for its spiced rum, jerk-seasoned delicacies and infectious reggae rhythms, plus a luxuriant landscape that includes mist-shrouded rainforests, tumbling waterfalls and panoramic mountains – as well as secluded rocky coves hiding white sandy beaches. Resorts have a relaxed exclusivity and unique ambiance...the locals call it Irie.
Marvel at darting divers as they leap from the rugged cliffs at Seven-Mile Beach on Negril and experience breathtaking sunrises and sunsets in a kaleidoscope of pink, orange and cobalt. Then lose yourself in the island’s colonial sugar plantation heritage and watch rare dolphins, whales, turtles and manatees up close in the crystal clear ocean.
Live the dream...
The resort town of Ocho Rios offers the world-famous Dunns River Falls, a stunning local beauty spot where visitors climb up terraced stone steps as the water descends and swim in the refreshing pools.
Montego Bay (affectionately called MoBay) is the island’s energetic tourism capital and well worth a visit for its chilled bars, restaurants and shopping malls, plus an array of talcum white beaches and the shimmering waters of the Montego Bay Marine Park. Life here really is care-free.
|Currency :||Jamaican dollar|
|Time difference :||- 6 Hours|
|Approx flight time :||10 Hours approx.|
Visa : British nationals don't need a visa to visit Jamaica. Visitors are usually granted entry for a maximum of 90 days. The date by which you must leave Jamaica will be stamped in your passport.