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Where to go in Jamaica

Jamaica is blessed with beautiful and varied beach resorts set in leafy emerald green surroundings, each with their own special charm. In particular, we love and recommend:

Montego Bay is known as ‘Mo Bay'. It's Jamaica's second largest city and first class tourist destination. Come here for the sandy shores of Walter Fletcher Beach, Cornwall Beach and the most famous of them all - Doctor's Cave. The whole region has a genuine Jamaican feel, with colourful city streets, craft markets and bustling Caribbean charm.

The secluded beach town of Negril appeals to those seeking uninterrupted relaxation. Home to Seven Mile Beach and, with no building rising taller than the palm trees, natural beauty abounds here. The offshore reef here is ideal for snorkelling and scuba diving. Negril's bars and discos are some of Jamaica's best.

Exuding charm, Ocho Rios stretches eighteen miles around a beautiful bay flanked by a lush tropical vegetation of palm trees, sugar cane, coconut, and fruit plantations. It offers visitors alluring craft markets and shopping plazas, great restaurants and nightclubs, as well as opportunities to swim with dolphins and go hiking, horseback riding or scuba diving.

The capital city of Kingston is packed with history and is home to the oldest cathedral in the western hemisphere, as well as the unmissable Bob Marley Museum. We particularly love strolling through the Old Harbour and Spanish Town here, stopping at the ruins in Rockfort. Or head to the Georgian town of Falmouth for the island's best streets markets, particularly on a Wednesday.

Other urban areas we recommend:The north coast of Jamaica was used as a film location for Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean film series, but Port Royal is the place to find the authentic remnants of Jamaica's real Spanish pirates.

Of the island's many natural attractions, the series of waterfalls and springs at Dunn's River Falls are one of the best. It's one of the world's most astonishing natural sites, and one of Jamaica's most popular attractions.

Our holidays and itineraries are completely flexible and can be tailored to match just what you're looking for - if you'd like to see more, stay longer, or visit several different places during your time in Jamaica, just speak to our Jamaica specialists and we can create a holiday to suit you and your budget.

Where to stay in Jamaica if you're looking for…

Peace, tranquillity, white sands

Negril's beautiful beach and quiet daytime atmosphere are perfect if you're seeking pure relaxation. Alternatively, you could spend some time on the secluded Treasure Beach in the south.

Nightlife and entertainment

The bars and clubs of Montego Bay's Hip Strip always promise a good night out, as do the live music bars and discos in Negril.

Family friendly

The safe beach, family-friendly facilities and range of affordable hotels in Montego Bay allow the whole family to enjoy a relaxing, fun-filled and hassle-free holiday. Negril's all inclusive resorts are also a great option for those travelling with children.

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Holiday Place Exclusives

These hotels have been carefully hand-picked as excellent Jamaica hotels. Each offers it’s own unique perspective but also outstanding value.

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Anthony Gajic

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Great for families…

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Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa

Holidays from £1109 per person

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Rooms on the Beach Negril

Holidays from £809 per person

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Mangos Jamaica

Holidays from £1039 per person

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Places of interest in Jamaica

Depending on the type of location you want, the kind of facilities you'd like to find and the proximity to certain attractions, we have a good number of areas for you to choose from and stay at during your holiday.

Whether you want a pumping and energetic beachside retreat, a tranquil setting in a secluded cove, a hillside resort perched in the midst of nature, or a strategic central location close to civilisation and buzzing city life, nightclubs, theme parks and other kinds of leisure attractions, we can advise you on the best places for you.

Choose from our selection of handpicked places and be based right at the place that's most ideal for you and your travelling party

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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.