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Holidays to Jamaica

Let SN Travel whisk you away to a land of reggae beats, palm fringed sands and spectacular natural beauty with our holidays to Jamaica.

Probably the most popular of the Caribbean islands, and certainly the most renowned, Jamaica really does have it all going on. Book your holiday to Jamaica and you’ll be guaranteed a good time, with all kinds of experiences for all kinds of traveller on offer. Nature has been generous to Jamaica, with a whole host of stunning natural sights to behold, from the beautiful Blue Mountains to the spectacular Dunn’s River Falls and the countless sugar white beaches lapped by the bluest of warm Caribbean waters. The island boasts three main resorts – Montego Bay, Ocho Rios and Negril, each with their own unique character, whilst the capital Kingston is the best place to discover Jamaica’s past with its colonial buildings and museums galore. Montego Bay is Jamaica’s second largest city and the perfect destination for a vibrant holiday in the sun with countless bars, restaurants, clubs and shops to choose from as well as award winning beaches. Just outside is the legendary Rose Hall Estate, a legendary 18th century plantation, now home to some of the most exclusive hotels on the island. Head west and discover the beautiful resort of Negril, whose Seven Mile Beach appears on many a list of the world’s finest beaches whilst Ocho Rios has plenty to offer too, with the breath-taking Dunn’s River Falls found just a few minutes from the centre of the town.

Jamaica is packed full of exciting things to see and do, with places of interest and activities of all kinds to enjoy. Fans of reggae and Bob Marley shouldn’t miss a trip to the brilliant Bob Marley Museum in Kingston whilst February each year plays host to the massive celebration that is Bob Marley’s birthday, featuring international reggae bands and much more. Jamaica is famous for its outstanding coffee so head up into the Blue Mountains and visit Clifton Mount, the oldest coffee estate on the island. You can sample the coffee, soak up the views and even take some home with you.

If you love to party then a holiday to Jamaica is for you. There are countless celebrations taking place on the island throughout the year, from the annual Reggae Sumfest which is jam packed with the world’s top reggae singers to the Jamaica Carnival where Bacchanal brings street parties, parades and lots of dancing.

Time Difference: Jamaica is 5 hours behind UK time

Language: English

Currency: Jamaican Dollar J$

Flight Duration: Approx. 10 hours

Capital: Kingston

Visa: British passport holders to not require a visa to visit Jamaica

Weather: Temperatures are consistent all year round, averaging about 30°C. Hurricane season runs from June to November.

Fancy a holiday to Jamaica? SN Travel offers a wealth of choice when it comes to accommodations, from family friendly resorts to couples only retreats and budget options to high end luxury. All of our holidays to Jamaica include return flights and accommodation.

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