Jamaica is a vibrant and kaleidoscopic paradise, where picture-perfect, palm-tree lined beaches merge with stunning turquoise waters; soaring mountains slope into lush verdant valleys, and glistening rivers cascade into scenic waterfalls.
Vibrant and creative, the rhythms of the island's famed musicians provide the soundtrack to daily life, whilst the cuisine is some of the best and most diverse in the caribbean and is best enjoyed washed down with a glass of delicious local rum!
From relaxing on beaches, and rafting down gentle rivers to scaling rugged mountains or discovering the country's rich history and culture in the capital city, Jamaica truly has something for everyone.
Starting and ending in Montego Bay, in between you will visit Negril where you can explore the caves, go diving, windsurfing or simply relax on the beach; explore Treasure Beach and visit the Appletons Estate for a rum tour and tasting, and then to Kingston for a reggae-filled tour of the capital!
British Airways offer regular direct flights from London Heathrow to Kingston, or Montego Bay, both of which take under ten hours.
Mid December - mid April is the best time to visit due to low rainfall and steady warm temperatures which usually sit between 29 - 32 °c
We recommend a minimum of 7 days
If you are a UK national you do not require a visa to enter Jamaica as a tourist, and may remain there for up to 90 days.
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