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So much more than miles of sun-kissed, sugar white sands, Jamaica has a unique charm that comes from its easygoing spirit and rich African-infused culture. Fly non-stop to Kingston and start discovering everything that this stunning Caribbean island has to offer.
No visit to Jamaica would be complete without a visit to its colourful capital. While some areas of Kingston are to be avoided, a host of scenic and cultural assets provide plentiful offerings for visitors to this bustling city. Learn about the King of reggae at the Bob Marley Museum. Or enjoy a steaming cup of rich Blue Mountain coffee while taking in spectacular views across the peaks. Gaze at lush tropical greenery and cascading waterfalls in beautiful Ocho Rios. Explore the intriguing history of magnificent Rose Hall in lively Montego Bay. Or simply unwind on the pristine shores of Negril or in a boutique hideaway in the hidden gem that is Port Antonio.
While care should be taken in some parts of the capital, a visit to vibrant Kingston is a must on Jamaica holidays. The island’s famous reggae scene finds its home in Kingston, with the Bob Marley Museum paying homage to the musical icon. Explore Jamaica’s historic heritage at the Devon House Mansion, or visit 16th century Fort Charles at Port Royal. Soak up the energy of downtown or experience uptown’s thriving nightlife. Choose from our range of hotels across Kingston.
Scenic Ocho Rios, on Jamaica’s verdant north coast, is host to many luxury hotels including the Jamaica Inn and Spa and the Sandals Royal Plantation. Framed by lush greenery and golden sands, the spectacular Dunn’s River Falls should feature on any visitor’s sightseeing itinerary. Or head west to picturesque Discovery Bay, named after Christopher Columbus, who was thought to have landed there on his arrival at Jamaica. Learn about the famous explorer at the Columbus Park open-air museum.
Energy courses through lively Montego Bay – from the bustling street life of downtown to the buzzing beachfront parade known as ‘hip strip’. This promenade is lined with resort hotels, along with an array of bars, shops and some of the finest eateries on the island. Culture seekers will be in their element exploring the magnificent historic estates of Greenwood Great House and Rose Hall. The Bob Marley Centre and Mausoleum is a must-visit for fans of the reggae legend.
Formerly bohemian, Negril today maintains its laidback vibe - but the beach-loving Rastafarian culture has largely been replaced with bustling resorts and trendy types on scooters. Beach bathers will still be in heaven stretched out on Negril’s stunning white sands, fringed by swaying palms and the striking black cliffs featured in the Bond movie Thunderball. Enjoy a bite to eat at one of the many cool eateries. Or admire the breathtakingly beautiful sunset while sipping cocktails and jamming to reggae sounds.
Escape the bustle for peaceful Port Antonio, formerly a celebrity haunt and banana trade nexus that has relaxed into a haven of beautiful beaches. Snorkel in crystal-clear waters or cast your line at this deep sea fishing hotspot. Beautiful Somerset Falls is an idyllic spot for bathing. Or visit Boston Beach, where the crashing breakers make for great surfing. Sample fiery jerk chicken served with sweet hard dough bread from one of the stands dotted around this rocky cove.