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Jamaica is blessed with some of the most picturesque land and seascapes in the world. Here, you can experience a wealth of natural wonders, from intricate coral reefs, to miles of white sand beach, cascading waterfalls, coastal plains and the famous Blue Mountains - home to the best coffee in the world.

The people of Jamaica are very welcoming and friendly. They truly personify Jamaica’s motto “out of many, one people” with a rich mix of cultural backgrounds. The island is the birthplace of reggae and ska music, and plays host to world-famous annual music festivals such as Reggae Sunsplash and Sunfest

Food lovers will find a range of international and original cuisine, and can attend annual food festivals celebrating jerk, chicken, seafood and yam dishes.

Jamaican culture is uniquely woven from the many traditions of music, African culture, old British colonial influences, and American styles.

There are three international airports in Jamaica: Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston, Jamaica's capital city and the Ian Fleming International Airport in picturesque Ocho Rios. These airports are all served by major international airlines with daily flights as well as private jets.

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  • Jamaican Journeys

    We will help you to explore Jamaica's rich history, people, culture and much more. Check us out.

  • Kingston

      Sheltered by the Blue Mountains, the Kingston Resort area is bordered to the north by Jamaica’s largest mountain range and to the…

  • Montego Bay

      Jamaica’s bustling second city, Montego Bay (MoBay for short) is considered the tourist capital of the island. Graced with a modern international…

  • Negril

      The quintessential “kick-your-shoes-off, do-as-you-please” resort area with its laid back atmosphere and picturesque sunsets, Negril is Jamaica’s most westerly of resort areas. …

  • Ocho Rios

    Encompassing the garden parish of St. Ann, the resort area of Ocho Rios is the nature lover’s escape. Fabled to be watered by…

  • Port Antonio

    The picturesque eastern end of the island has a special allure for those who enjoy the calm peace of an English countryside framed…

  • South Coast

    Small intimate communities, rustic, comfortable inns, fresh produce and provisions are images conjured by the island’s South Coast. The eclectic “off the beaten…