Treasure Beach is the ideal Jamaican retreat for all of those people who want nothing to do with full-scale resorts, glitzy nightlife, and haggling vendors. It is in fact possible to travel to Jamaica and avoid what many would refer to as tourist trappings—namely, pushy vendors, crowded beaches, and packed restaurants and bars. For a […]
Every year, more than a million travelers experience the fun and flair of the Caribbean Island of Jamaica. If you’re tired of taking the same old bland vacations, this island will definitely spice things up. It not only delivers the option for picture-perfect photos of Jamaica beaches, access to every imaginable water sport, and history, but it is also known for a vibrant music and food scene that will enrich any traveler’s experience of Jamaica. You might plan a trip to Jamaica for the beaches, but you will return for the friendliness of the people and the rich culture you soak up by day and by night.
There are several resort areas in the island of Jamaica, most of them spread along the northern coast of the island. In Montego Bay, Negril, and Ocho Rios you will find many options for resorts and hotels to fit a variety of budgets. One of the most appealing options in the island is all-inclusive hotels. Instead of paying for each individual meal or activity, all-inclusive packages bring together the cost of accommodation and meals, and sometimes drinks and activities. This way, visitors don’t have to worry about carrying their wallets and can be more relaxed to enjoy the festive atmosphere and work on their tan.
Visitors interested in history will want to take the time to visit the capital city of Kingston. There are several historic and cultural attractions here that will reveal details about the development of Jamaica. If shopping and dining is more your scene, you will love the diverse offerings of Montego Bay. Ocho Rios is the cruise capital of Jamaica. If you’re arriving on a cruise ship, this will be your port of call. Nearby visitors will find one of the most popular destinations in Jamaica, the Dunns River Falls. Travelers looking for unspoiled beaches will want to hop in the rental car and visit Lover’s Leap. From one side of the island to the other, Jamaica offers the perfect blend of entertainment and the atmosphere to relax.
Seven Mile Beach Jamaica is perhaps the favorite beach destination on the western tip of Jamaica. It is the predominant Negril beach, featuring miles of gorgeous white sand, calm surf, and a string of luxury resorts and hotels that draw visitors from all over the world. There are virtually limitless things to do in this […]
San San Beach is a private stretch of coastline that is available to patrons of nearby accommodations and owners of properties in the immediate area. Owners of properties in an area known as Alligator Head, as well as others who are renting vacation villas and other such accommodations often frequent this elegant beach. Port Antonio […]
James Bond Beach is one of the most alluring beaches in Kingston, most especially because of the association with the legendary spy series written by Ian Fleming, a one-time resident of Jamaica. As with many of the other beaches that pepper the Caribbean coastline of this country, you will find broad swaths of white and […]
Frenchman’s Cove remains one of the most alluring areas near the tourist destination of Port Antonio in Jamaica, even though it enjoyed its heyday in the 1960s and 1970s when it was frequented by the world’s richest travelers, including royalty and, of course, celebrities. It is situated five miles east of the center of Port […]
Doctor’s Cave Beach is one of the most popular tourist spots in Montego Bay and is frequently visited by people on cruise excursions. The Doctor’s Cave Beach Club dominates this relatively broad stretch of powdery white sand and shimmering blue water. Doctor’s Cave in Jamaica earned its name when Dr. Alexander James McCatty donated a […]
Boston Beach Jamaica is one of the popular stretches of coastline in the Caribbean tourist destination of Port Antonio, Jamaica. It is located about ten miles east of Port Antonio. Boston Beach is popular for both the wide range of water sports and activities you can enjoy, as well as the jerk chicken and other […]
Blue Lagoon Jamaica is one of the most alluring tourist attractions in Port Antonio. It was made famous by the film, The Blue Lagoon, starring a fourteen-year old Brooke Shields. This enchanting and visually striking cove is located seven miles east of central Port Antonio, one of the major ports of call in Jamaica, along […]
Port Antonio beaches are a big reason why so many international travelers make this place their destination of choice in Jamaica. Just as with other tourist hotspots like Negril and Montego Bay, the beaches in Port Antonio Jamaica feature gorgeous, powdery white sand and blue waters. The waters off the coast of Port Antonio, especially […]
Ocho Rios beaches are the top highlights in this popular tourist destination on the northern coast of Jamaica. Ocho Rios itself is located in the parish of Saint Ann. It was at one time a sleepy fishing village, but has turned into one of the most alluring tourist spots in the country, along with Montego […]