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In a destination as dazzling as the Caribbean, Jamaica’s island of historical significance and sublime beauty might make it the brightest jewel of them all.
Lying in the heart of the Caribbean impressive archipelago, Jamaica offers everything travellers could ever need for a truly unforgettable Caribbean holiday; think lagoon pools in striking shades of emerald, dramatic coastlines carved from craggy rocks, golden beaches that glisten in the sun and a laid-back back rhythm that pulsates from the hidden coves to the tallest mountains. This musical powerhouse of an island has roots that reach as far back as the folk songs of West Africa, and it all came to the centre stage when Bob Marley became a globally recognised musician.
Whether you’re visiting for the colourful culture, the musical significance, or the enchanting beaches that line the shores, you’re bound to find everything you need for an unforgettable Jamaica honeymoon. With plenty of all-inclusive hotels lining the sands of Montego Bay and Negrils to choose from, you’ll easily find a destination that is sure to dazzle you.
The peak season for Jamaica is from December through to March, and for the good reason as the weather is consistently warm, sunny and the island experiences little rainfall. The island falls within the hurricane belt and experiences heavy rainfall between June and November.
Definitely keep Jamaica in mind when deciding on the best honeymoon destinations, this absolutely beautiful nation is guaranteed to dazzle every traveller who finds themselves on their jewel-like shores. Discover tumbling waterfalls, hidden coves studded with swaying palms and golden sands that sparkle in the sunlight; if that doesn’t sound romantic, we’re not sure what does! Throw in our curated selection of the best Jamaica luxury hotels and you’ve got the winning formula for the perfect Jamaica honeymoon.
Travellers hoping to explore an island that still retains much of it’s natural beauty will love Jamaica. This stunning destination boasts a wealth of secrets including beautiful lagoons hidden within caverns, stunning waterfalls that you can climb and a melting pot cuisine that will always leave you wanting one more bite. Once you’re done exploring the island itself, you’ll also discover an underwater wonderland waiting just beneath the surface, so be sure to grab your snorkel and dive straight in!
If it’s an unforgettable Jamaica family holiday that you’re looking for, you’ll love the dazzling beachside hotels that this gorgeous island has to offer. With plenty of all-inclusive hotels to choose from, you’re bound to find something to keep every member of the family happy; whether you’re looking for child-friendly swimming pools lined with slides or a water sports adventure fit for a group of teenagers, we’ll help you every step of the way to creating your perfect Jamaica family holiday.
This world-famous waterfall is located near Ocho Rios, and is easily one of the biggest attractions in Jamaica, drawing thousands of visitors every year.
This remarkable waterfall stands 55 metres tall and 180 metres wide, and the tumbling waters are terraced which creates giant stairs which create many mini lagoons, which empties into the Caribbean Sea at the end of a white sand beach. Travellers are welcome to climb the waterfall, and those who don’t fancy getting wet or are unable to the climb the terraces can take a stairway alongside the falls.
Another waterfall but completely different from the last, YS Falls is a must-visit for every traveller who loves discovering the naturally beautiful parts of this beautiful island.
Located in the southern region of Jamaica, this gorgeous waterfall is surrounded by beautiful trees and lush tropical gardens, and some have said it’s the most beautiful destination in the country. The waterfall is made up of seven different tiers, and the waters cascade into many natural pools that travellers are welcome to enjoy, just be aware that the water is refreshingly cool!
Is a visit to Jamaica complete without even a nod to one of the world’s most influential musicians? We don’t think so, the Bob Marley Museum should be on every traveller list when planning the perfect trip to Jamaica.
Nestled within Kingston, this museum is situated within Bob Marley’s former place of residence and showcases the life of this incredible figure of Jamaican history. Learn about how his music, the life that he led and how he became the first worldwide superstar to emerge from a developing country. Fun fact; this was also the site of a failed assassination attempt on him, as well.
Blue Mountain Peak is the highest mountain in the whole of Jamaica, and is one of the tallest peaks in the Caribbean.
This Blue Mountains are a must-visit for hiking enthusiasts as the views from the top are absolutely incredible, with Cuba visible in the distance during the early morning. The climb takes between 3-4 hours, with 3000 foot-high elevation across 7 miles. The Blue Mountains are also home to the world-famous Blue Mountain Coffee brand and their world-famous planation tours.
The Green Grotto Caves are one of the most popular attractions on the island, named after the mesmerising green algae that covers the walls of the cave itself.
The cave’s structure is very different from any other on the island, containing old chambers that lead onto freshwater and sea water, with two distinct levels. The innermost cavern contains a crystal-clear underground lake which is a must-visit for anyone travelling to Jamaica.
Discover a melting pot cuisine that will love you craving more with every bite! You may think you’ve already tried Jamaican food but you’ll soon realise it pales in comparison to real thing.
With flavours and spices evolving from Creole cuisine and other areas of the world, Jamaica has taken these fundamentals of cooking and have added a Caribbean twist to them unlike any other island in the archipelago. We really recommend the jerk chicken and the many different type of stew that island has to offer, both are great introductions for those new to Caribbean cuisine.
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