Jamaica Travel Tips
Jamaica Travel Information
The all-inclusive vacation was polished and refined here.
Jamaica also has tremendous geographic variety: desert, high mountains, beaches...almost everything but snow (but it may get below freezing on Blue Mountain Peak in winter).
One reason Jamaica can offer so much is because it's the third largest Caribbean island, 146 miles long and varying between 22 and 51 miles wide. (See map)
Jamaica's main tourist areas have been famous for decades.
Port Antonio, where Jamaica's tourism started.
Negril, with its famous beach and rock cliffs.
Kingston, which has become the jumping off place for trips to the Blue Mountains, especially hikes up Blue Mountain Peak.
Port Royal, considered the world's most wicked city during the Golden Age of Piracy, now a quiet fishing village.
A few essentials about Jamaica:
But Jamaica is a rose with very obvious thorns because of its well publicized problems with drugs and crime.
Jamaica's major tourist areas, like towns everywhere, do have parts that shouldn't be visited after dark. As most hotels have their own security staff, room break-ins tend to be more rare than crime on the street. But both do happen.
Despite its problems, I like Jamaica and everything about it. I suspect you will, too.
Married in Jamaica
Marley's Grave at Nine Mile
Cove Ocho Rios
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