WHY VISIT JAMAICA
Jamaica is quite poor and populous but it is an idyllic destination because of its climate, gorgeous landscapes, and its culture full of African influences but marked by slavery.
Kingston, the capital, isn’t well known just for its troubles, it is also a very lively city with a culturally diverse character. The main attractions of this lush, green city are the Bob Marley Museum, the historical center, the craft market, and its bustling streets.
To the north-east, Long Bay is a great surf spot that is very popular with surfing enthusiasts, but it is also a beautiful pink sand beach with warm turquoise waters that invite you to relax.
To the northwest, Montego Bay will seduce you with its typical Jamaican atmosphere; the lively port, nightlife, beaches, golf courses, various handicrafts, and diverse water sports.
Closer to the center is Cockpit Country, a wonderful site you can see by helicopter.
Try to visit Negril, not only for the beauty of its beach but also for you can easily meet and get to know the local residents.
Needless to say, your visit will be accompanied by the sounds of reggae and the memory of Bob Marley: A great escapist vacation…
WHAT TO SEE IN JAMAICA
WHEN TO GO TO JAMAICA
The best period to visit Jamaica is from xxx to xxxx.
Jamaica has a tropical maritime climate, with temperatures with little variation, mostly between 27 and 30 ° C on the coasts and around 20 ° C in the mountains. A rainy period occurs between May and December, with relatively moderate and rather sporadic rainfall. Between June and November, cyclones can occur. You can travel to Jamaica at any time, but the tourist season is in full swing from December to April, resulting in higher prices and a more compact crowd on the beaches. The period from May to October will allow you to be quieter and save money but the heat and humidity will be a little more annoying.
Following is a list of typical festivals and celebrations of Jamaica.
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HOW TO REACH AND TRAVEL THROUGH JAMAICA
For traveling within the country, renting a scooter or motorcycle is very convenient. Buses are slow and irregular, but very inexpensive and a great way to meet people.
GENERAL INFORMATION ON JAMAICA
health tips & vaccination: do not drink tap water.
local currency: Jamaican dollar
local time zone: GMT-5
electricity: type A and type B (110 V – 50 Hz)
WHAT TO DO IN JAMAICA
typical food in Jamaica
souvenirs from Jamaica