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Jamaica for families

Jamaica offers plenty of family-friendly activities, top quality hotels and resorts, as well as good all inclusive options for you and your loved ones to enjoy a hassle-free time away from home. If you're not sure where's best to take the kids, speak to one of our travel advisers.

We'll help you design a holiday to suit everyone you're travelling with, particularly if you're a parent.

Take a day out

The whole island's playful attitude to life makes it a great place to bring children. If you'd like to venture out of your resort for the day, or even for a few days, let us take you on a tour of the jungle canopy, through waterfalls. Your guide could even take you to meet some of the islanders for an enriching cultural experience the whole family will enjoy.

Have a great time in Montego Bay

With its own airport and a huge variety of activities to choose from, Montego Bay is a particularly good option for families. It has a safe beach (Doctor's Cave Beach) with changing rooms and facilities that make it ideal for children. For fun days out, families who travel with us particularly love Jamaica's canopy zip line tours and waterparks, such as the Kool Runnings waterpark in Negril.

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From £809 per person
rooms on the beach negril

Rooms on the Beach Negril

Spoil yourself with a week of sun and sand at one of Jamaica's most beautiful beaches. Your eight days in Rooms On The...

From £1109 per person
hilton rose hall resort and spa

Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa

Experience firsthand the enchantment of Jamaica's magical Montego Bay as you enjoy the holiday of a lifetime. The Hilton...

From £1159 per person
grand pineapple negril

Grand Pineapple Negril

If you're looking for a beautiful, elegant and exotic venue to celebrate a wedding, enjoy a honeymoon, or simply spend...

From £1819 per person
hilton miami downtown + Sandals Inn

Hilton Miami Downtown + Sandals Inn

This fantastic package combines a city break in hip Miami with a beach holiday on the tropical island of Jamaica. The...

From £1819 per person
Beaches Ocho Rios - A Spa, Golf and Waterpark Resort

Beaches Ocho Rios - a Spa, Golf and Waterpark Resort

Get ready for the ultimate experience in family fun during your 8-day stay at the amazing all-inclusive Beaches Ocho...

From £1899 per person
hilton miami downtown + hilton rose hall resort and spa

Hilton Miami Downtown + Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa

The Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa is a golf and beach lover's paradise set between the lush Blue Mountains and the...

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Visitor arrivals in Jamaica up by five per cent in first nine months of 2016

Jamaica has recorded a 5.4 per cent increase in tourist arrivals during the first nine months of 2016. The latest figures from the Jamaica Tourist Board reveal that the Caribbean island received 2,876,220 visitors during this period, and gross foreign exchange earnings was also up by five per cent. The country also received a positive rise in travellers from Canada, with a 7.2 per cent increase.

Chief Executive of Sandals Resorts International awarded Order of Distinction in Jamaica

Adam Stewart, the Chief Executive of Sandals Resorts International, has been awarded the Order of Distinction (Commander Class) by the government of Jamaica. During the National Honours and Awards Ceremony at King’s House last month, Stewart was given the award for his outstanding services to the tourism and hotel industry in Jamaica. Sandals Resorts owns and operates a collection of luxury all-inclusive resorts throughout Jamaica and the Caribbean.

Sandals Royal Caribbean in Jamaica to add 12 more Overwater Bungalows

The popularity of the brand new overwater bungalows at Sandals Royal Caribbean resort in Montego Bay has been so great that Sandals Resorts has announced plans to construct a further 12 to keep up with demand. The first five unique bungalows with glass floors in Jamaica have not yet opened to the public, and will be the first of their kind in the Caribbean. The resort will add 12 more that are scheduled to open in February, 2017.