All Inclusive Vacations To Jamaica
To fall in love with Jamaica even before you get to this quaint island is surely an understatement. The second you book your vacation to Jamaica you’ll be knee-deep in reggae, Rastafarians, white sandy beaches, year-round sunshine, some of the best coffee, and tropical rainforests like no other. Basically when you land here, you’ll never want to leave because of its laid-back, vibrant lifestyle that we all so hope one day we can follow. Take to Jamaica and explore its sheer brilliance as you hike the mountains, get lost in the waterfalls of the island, or take to the beach and its perfect sandy shores. To get into this beautiful country you’ll want to be sure you have a passport and a few bottles of sunscreen, as the sun is hotter than hot all year round. One of the best times to visit Jamaica is during December to May as June to November is hurricane season. Rainy season is from May to June and September to October, and so if you stay clear of Jamaica during hurricane season you will most likely feel the hot sun all week long. A few things to note while in Jamaica are that they’re water is the cleanest clean water can get, with hundreds of rivers and springs the water is purified and filtered using modern techniques. If you’re a little weary of drinking tap water in the Caribbean not to worry, many hotels provide water bottles to guests. If you decide to rent a car while exploring the streets of Jamaica remember they drive on the left hand side, so you may want to consider hopping in a taxi if you’re not comfortable driving on the other side of the road. With a warm tropical breeze, Jamaica is your one-stop tourist shop to take in the beauty of the sea.
The beaches of Jamaica stretch as far as the eye can see. Treasure Beach on the South Coast is the perfect spots to get away from the crowds, Seven Mile Beach in Negril is one of the best beaches to fall in love with the view and serenity by the shore, Doctor’s Cave in Montego Bay is where you’ll find crystal clear waters and white sandy shores, and Boston Bay Beach in Port Antonio is famous for its big waves and jerk-pork stands. Runaway Bay and Ocho Rios are the perfect spots to take in the beauty of the coral down below and Montego Bay is known for its natural beauty laced with luxury along the shore. No matter which beach you succumb to while in Jamaica, you’ll enjoy a little bit of perfection at each spot.
Currency, Culture, Language:
Currency – The Jamaican Dollar
Culture – African
Language – English
Attractions & Things To Do:
Looking to sneak an adventure or two in while in Jamaica? You certainly know how to pick your vacations then, as Jamaica is an island that boasts a whole lot of adventure. Discover the Green Grotto Caves located in Discovery Bay; the caves are home to a little bit of limestone perfection. Go rafting on The Rio Grande, explore the Blue Mountains as you hike through thick vegetation, go 4-wheeling in Sandy bay, go on a canopy tour and swing through the trees or spend an afternoon at Somerset Falls where you can swim in the deep rock pools or hike through the waterfalls. Explore the wonders of Kingston as you explore the rustic art collections at The National Gallery, visit The Devon House where George Stiebel, Jamaica’s first millionaires created a beautiful building, or check out the most notable spot in town; The Bob Marley Museum. If you have a love for botanical gardens, visit The Hope Botanical Gardens and Zoo or get lost on the many hidden trails on the South Coast. If you love to take in the culture of a city, than you’ll want to venture off to one of the many markets throughout Jamaica where locals creatively craft goods like no other. Be immersed in the perfection of Jamaica wherever you end up.
Dining & Nightlife:
Though many resorts in Jamaica are all-inclusive you may want to branch out and explore the vibrant Jamaican food that is found in the most unique places within any town. Popular restaurants in Montego Bay are The Sugar Mill Restaurant; a top restaurant in Montego Bay, or Jasmine’s; located in The Ritz-Carlton Rose Hall Resort. In Kingston explore The Blue Mountains’ Strawberry Hill restaurant; the place serves up some of the best modern Jamaican food yet or venture off to Norma’s on the Terrace to take in local Jamaican cuisine.
The nightlife in Jamaica is vibrant and exuberant. Venture off to Mingles in Kingston, Time ‘n’ Place in Falmouth, Margaritaville Sports Bar & Grill in Montego Bay or Hedonism II in Negril. Each showcase their own authentic Jamaican nightlife experience with perfect views, some of the best margarita served up, a toga party like no other and some of the safest places to land your dancing feet on for the night.
Why We Like It:
If you have never seen the commercial on why Jamaica is one of the best spots to go in The Carribean, well than all you have to know are these few facts and you’ll be booking your all-inclusive vacation to Jamaica in no time at all. The beaches are beautiful, the crystal clear waters offer perfect spots to snorkel and see sea creatures and coral reefs like no other, the artistic nature of each city is impeccable and there is a vibe here like no other. That vibe, well that’s all those happy Jamaican’s who certainly just can’t get enough of their perfect island. If you’re looking to explore an island that boasts a vibrant and everlasting unique culture, than Jamaica will be your new favorite spot, it sure is ours.