- Jamaica is known for its golden beaches, lush green mountains, and turquoise seas.
- There are rainforests filled with tropical birds, coral reefs and rivers with a colorful marine life.
- You can go for bird-watching trips, take a dive, go snorkeling along the reefs, sample some exotic fruits, and take a tour of the grand plantation houses.
- You can book yourself some of the best all-inclusive luxurious resorts of the Caribbean here.
Other Departure Cities
- Fort Lauderdale
- New York
Jamaica is an island country in the Caribbean Sea, and is the third-largest island of the Great Antilles and the Caribbean. The original inhabitants of the Jamaican Island were the Taino peoples. When England conquered the island from the Spanish people it was given the name of Jamaica. Under the British rule, it became a leading exporter of sugar which led to the start of a plantation economy dependent on African slaves and their descendants.
Jamaica is the third most populous English-speaking country in the Americas after the United States and Canada. It is also the fourth most populous country in the Caribbean. Jamaica’s capital is Kingston and also its largest city. Jamaicans mostly have a population that is descendants from the Sub-Saharan region along with that a significant population belongs to European, East Asian, Indian, Lebanese and mixed-race communities.
Jamaica is the birthplace of Rastafari religion, reggae music and it is known for its sports contribution especially to cricket, sprinting and athletics. Jamaica is known the world over as a tourist destination for its wonderful coastline and cuisine. It has an upper middle-class economy and the people are known for their chilled-out attitude. The economy is heavily tourism dependent with 4.3 million tourists visiting last year.
Activities in jamaica
- Must visit the Croydon in the Mountains as it is a historical plantation estate on the cool hills of Montego Bay.
- Plan a trip to Dunn’s river falls in Ocho Rios or enjoy 14 cascading waterfalls at Turtle River falls and gardens.
- You must add the Trench Town Culture Yard to your list, as it is the home of reggae music. It is said Bob Marley spent his earlier year here.
- Visit the Manchester Club, located 2000 ft above sea level at a top of hill in the center of the island.
Entertainment Options at Jamaica
- You can do rafting at the famous Martha Brae Rafter’s Village. You can glide down the picture-perfect river on a bamboo raft.
- The UNESCO World Heritage Sites of the Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park is a must-visit place to experience the nature and cultural heritage of Jamaica.
- Port Antonio is known for its relaxed sleepy fishing village feel. One of the most popular swimming spots is the picturesque 60 meters deep Blue Lagoon with freshwater springs.
- For the foodies and the nightlife fans, the island has a lot to offer with culinary tours, upscale bars and restaurants, local jaunts or lively street dance performances.
- Bob Marley Museum
- Rose Hall Great House
- Green Grotto Caves
- Mystic Mountain
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