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Welcome to Jamaica

This Caribbean island is typically associated with Reggae and Rastafarian culture. Being the 3rd largest island in the Caribbean, with warm tropical climate all year round and more than 10,000 km of coastline with beautiful beaches, Jamaica offers the visitor a huge diversity of natural beauty, culture and entertainment.

The omnipresent Rastafarian movement is expressed through the very particular dreadlock hairstyle and the characteristic colors of Red, Green and Gold. Frequently ‘Sound Systems’ play in the streets and plazas and on beaches all over the country, and the legendary Bob Marley’s birthplace, the small village Nine Mile, is today a well-known tourist attraction. Jamaica’s fabulous beaches along its tropical coastlines, surrounded by coconut and fruit plantations invite the visitor to enjoy a broad range of water sports.

The highest point of Jamaica, Blue Mountain Peak at 2256 m, rises among the beautiful Blue Mountains called this because of the bluish mists that always envelop them. The Blue Mountains have a unique and rich flora and fauna, waterfalls, lagoons and in the lower regions grows the famous Blue Mountain coffee. Adventure, fishing, golf, shopping, dining, night life, famous Great Houses and excursions are among the many options Jamaica.

Private transportation services in Jamaica Airport Transfers

Leave the crowds behind you and guarantee a smooth beginning and end to your well earned vacation, by reserving Private Round Trip Transfers between your point of arrival in Jamaica and your chosen accommodation. With no need to wait for your fellow passengers, enjoy a personal, fastrack service in a modern, fully air conditioned vehicle providing you with the level of service and experience that you expect.

Aiport Lounge in Jamaica Airport Lounge

Imagine escaping from the stress and chaos of security lines and crowded departure halls to a sanctuary where you can relax, unwind or catch up with the office, all while immersed in warm Jamaican hospitality and culture.

Tours Tours

Whether you want adventure, culture, sport, relaxation or shopping, Jamaica has something for everyone. We have hand picked a wide variety of quality products which will turn your vacation into an unforgettable experience. Let us show you all that Jamaica has to offer!

Jamaica Culture Culture

Jamaica represents a rich blend of cultures that have inhabited the Greater Antilles island, the original Taino Settlers, followed by their Spanish conquerors (who were in turn conquered by the British), all made major contributions. The official national language is English, heavily spiced with local idioms. The primary local language is patois, or Jamaican Creole. Jamaicans are known for their willingness to dance, the most popular form of Jamaican music is reggae. Many reggae musicians have grown to international fame, most notably Bob Marley, who worked with and influenced many other local musicians before his death in 1981. The popularity of this genre has continued to this day.

Jamaica Geography Geography

Jamaica is an island nation of the Greater Antilles, It is situated in the Caribbean Sea, to the south of Cuba and to the west of Hispaniola, the island is home to the Blue Mountains inland and is surrounded by a narrow coastal plain. The Tainos (first island habitants) named the island Xaymaca, meaning the "Land of Wood and Water", or the "Land of Springs".

Interesting Facts Interesting Facts

Here are a few little known facts about our interesting island: Bob Marley is the most famous reggae artist and is credited with helping spread both Jamaican music and the Rastafari movement to a worldwide audience. Kingston is the capital of jamaica and Montego Bay is the second more important city.Though a small nation, Jamaican culture has a strong global presence. The musical genres are reggae, ska, mento, rocksteady and dub. The most popular local sport is football with recent success of Jamaican athletes, Track & Field is becoming a fast favorite as well.

Jamaica Getting There Getting There

Getting to Jamaica is truly simple, there are regular flights from almost all major airlines and seasonal charter flights from most European, American and Canadian cities. US citizens traveling to Jamaica are required to have a passport. Canadian citizens do not need passports for visits of up to six months. However, they do need to have two pieces of ID. Citizens of both the UK and any other country that is a member of the European Union may enter Jamaica with passports and do not require a visa. The cost of plane tickets to Jamaica varies widely, depending on time of year, weather and traffic in the region, with flights going into; 1. Kingston - Norman Manley International Airport | KIN, 2. Montego Bay - Sangster International Airport | MBJ, 3. Saint Mary - Ian Fleming International Airport | OCJ

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