Tourism

Jamaica is a land of happy days, vivid nights and where dreams come true. Paradise in Jamaica can be whatever you want it to be – lose yourself in the adventure and take it all in. Meet the friendly Jamaican people, try the exquisite local dishes and watch the sunset over the Caribbean Sea to the sound of slow reggae rhythms and good times. Here are a few of our main destinations:

Montego Bay

is deservedly one of the most famous tourist destinations in the world and Jamaica's 2nd city. Located on the north coast of Jamaica, over the years it has attracted the rich and the famous and has been the haunt of royalty.

Ocho Rios

or "Ochie", is the second major tourist town on the north coast with a wide range of accommodation, excellent beaches, airstrip and modern cruise facilities. Filled with exciting tropical activities, Ocho Rios is the ideal resort town to discover the best of Jamaica.

Negril

was 'discovered' by the hippies in the 1960s, and famous for its entertaining hip strip. This town’s laid back attitude is complemented by a beautiful seven mile stretch of white sand beaches. Its pristine waters offer world-class diving and a wealth of watersports.

Kingston

is the capital of Jamaica and the commercial and cultural heart of the island. It is the largest English speaking city in the Caribbean and it has the seventh largest natural harbor in the world. Kingston lies on a wide plain with the sea to the south and the well-known St. Andrew mountains as its backdrop to the north.

Port Antonio

is on the island's east coast and offers a charming blend of the old and new. It is Jamaica's first tourist resort, and a favorite spot for renowned writers and artists. Robin Moore is said to have written the 'French Connection' at his hillside retreat overlooking the mystical Blue Lagoon. The legendary spy novels featuring James Bond were written by Ian Fleming at his retreat on the coastline of Port Antonio.

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