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Jamaica holiday packages

Jamaica holiday packages

Jamaica holidays information and travel guide.

If you want to experience all inclusive holidays to Jamaica then read on and we will give you some great ideas and advice. Known for reggae, Rastafarianism, and Bob Marley; Jamaica ranks as the third largest island of the Caribbean.

Jamaica holidays information and travel guide.

It has a consistent warm weather which is evident of a tropical island. This is the reason why holidays to Jamaica is one of the hottest destinations all across the globe. Coastal areas experience cool and breezy early mornings and late evenings. This kind of weather denotes that the winter is fast approaching. On the other hand, temperatures vary from 22 degrees Celsius to 31 degrees Celsius. Rain showers occur anytime within the island. But its wettest time runs from May to October. In the middle of June to November, the island experiences hurricanes. What is more, it sits on the earthquake zone. But this does not stop tourists from going on holidays to Jamaica. All inclusive Jamaican holidays are at their peak during the months of mid-December to the middle of April. Holidays to Jamaica offer you a lot of wonderful attractions to see and fun activities to do. First, there is the Milk River Spa, which is a curative bath which contains natural radioactive minerals. If you want to try your hand at diving then Jamaica holidays are great for this, the best site would be at underwater gardens. Doing this will allow you to see sunken wrecks, and colorful corals and fishes. You can also check out limestone caves located along the northern coast of the island. If on your Jamaica holidays you want to visit beautiful beaches, Doctor’s Cave Beach would be an ideal place. The white sands and clear waters will ease your mind and tired body.

If you want to eat out, prepare yourself for spicy and chili dishes. If you want to experience real all inclusive Jamaican holidays, this should be among the things to try out. However, you can still opt to order meals which have been prepared with less spices and chili peppers. The local dishes of the island include seafoods, fruits, vegetables, meat, and poultry. These are either served pickled, spicy, deep-fried, or plain. There are a lot of restaurants around Jamaica, most especially at Montego Bay.

When the day ends, holidays in Jamaica begin and the entertainment of the island varies from hedonistic to sophisticated and elegant. Reggae music is found all over Jamaica, with regular steel bands and street dances. Nightclubs are neon-lit and host various types of music. Some of these are rock, jazz, calypso, and soca. Some of the best places to go would be Ocho Rios, Montego Bay, and Port Antonio.

Jamaica holidays souveneirs to bring home include fine fabrics which are hand-loomed. There are also embroidered, wood-carved, silk-screened products which are sought by a lot of tourists. When you want to buy rugs which are custom-made or china reproductions, you can find these at In-Craft center. The most popular market of the island is Coronation Market at Kingston.