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Jamaica

Holidays to Jamaica are popular with couples and honeymoons.
Average Flight Time:
10 hours
Time Difference:
-5 hours
Average Temp:
28°C
Currency:
JMD

Mile upon mile of pristine beaches, a warm welcome and a laid-back atmosphere all make holidays in Jamaica a classic Caribbean holiday destination. The tropical climate means it's hot here pretty much all year round, but there's more to do than just sunbathe. Experience amazing coral reefs, stunning scenery and the unique rhythm of reggae. From self catering apartments to minimalist retreats and family-friendly hotels to glamorous spa escapes, Jamaica has a place to stay to suit every kind of holidaymaker. Most hotels are on or near the beach, meaning that you're never far from the soft sands of beaches like Montego Bay, Runaway Bay, Negril and Ocho Rios. This vibrant island combines natural beauty with plenty of attractions – it's no wonder Jamaican holidays are such a hit for those in search of year-round fun in the sun.

Weather Map More info...
Jan
26°C
Feb
26°C
Mar
27°C
Apr
27°C
May
28°C
Jun
29°C
Jul
29°C
Aug
29°C
Sep
29°C
Oct
29°C
Nov
27°C
Dec
27°C
As you'd expect from a Caribbean island, the weather in Jamaica is good almost all year round. Daytime temperatures rarely dip below the early twenties and often peak at well over 30 degrees Celsius. The rainy season is from May to October, but this doesn't stop thousands of holidaymakers flocking to the tropics during the summer months. In winter, the weather in Jamaica is hot and dry, making it a perfect spot to head for a heavy dose of winter sun.
Things to see & do

Water sports, horse riding, fishing, golf and diving there's no shortage of things to do on holidays in Jamaica. When it comes to excursions, you're spoilt for choice too. Visit the capital city of Kingston to find out more about this country's fascinating history. Discover lush jungle, shady mangroves and stunning waterfalls. Don't miss a climb up Dunn's River Falls, Jamaica's favourite tourist attraction, or head into the Blue Mountains for tranquillity and breathtaking scenery.

Nightlife in Jamaican holiday resorts tends to be based around hotels, which offer a good mix of discos, cabaret, familyfriendly entertainment, karaoke, live music and dancing.

Food & drink

Jamaican food has its own distinctive, spicy flavour. Local specialities include rice and peas, goat curry and jerk chicken. In most larger resorts and hotels, you'll find a wide choice of buffet restaurants, international outlets and fast food joints. Allinclusive hotels are a great value choice for holidays in Jamaica, but don't miss a chance to sample the local cuisine.

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