Tropical beaches and the Dunn's River falls

Jamaica holidays dance to the sound of the Reggae beat, a colourful island nestling in the Caribbean Sea with miles of soft sandy white beaches and crystal clear blue waters.

Jamaica Deals

Holiday Inn Resort

Montego Bay, Caribbean, Jamaica

(3807)

14 Nights

2nd Sep 2020

All Inclusive

Manchester - Direct

Based On Double Room

Low Availability

Royal Decameron Club Caribbean

Runaway Bay, Caribbean, Jamaica

(4594)

11 Nights

2nd Sep 2020

All Inclusive

Manchester - Direct

Based On Suite

Clubhotel Riu Negril

Negril, Caribbean, Jamaica

(6928)

7 Nights

2nd Dec 2020

All Inclusive

London Gatwick - Direct

Based On Double Room

From Montego Bay to Bob Marley

This idyllic laid back Caribbean island is the ultimate in relaxation; steeped in history with stunning natural scenery, from family friendly hotels to upmarket all inclusive options there is something for every budget. Jamaica, discovered by Christopher Columbus in 1496, was originally claimed for Spain. In the 1600s Britain captured it and created a booming industry of sugarcane, cocoa and coffee, before Jamaica gained its independence in 1962.

Jamaica holidays are a water sports haven, whether it’s relaxing on the beach just watching or summoning the energy to take part, you won’t be disappointed. From novice to advanced; parasailing, windsurfing, jet or water skiing, white water rafting, scuba diving or snorkelling. Sailing is another option; lie back while someone else does the hard work, charter a yacht to sail around the island, or enjoy the marine delights without getting wet on a glass bottom boat. Discover colourful coral reefs and spooky shipwrecks while diving or look for treasure on the sunken pirate ships. Walk through the Blue Mountains or Rio Grande Valley showing over 500 species of plant life, hummingbirds and orchids.

Take to horse back with an exhilarating canter along the beach at sunset or meander through the wonderful flora and fauna of the inner island. Hide in the Green Grotto Caves or marvel at the stunningly beautiful Dunn’s River falls. Take the chance of a lifetime and swim with Dolphins in Dolphins Cove, visit coffee, cocoa and sugar plantations or drop in on the crocodile farm during your holidays in Jamaica.


Currency: Jamaican Dollar

Language: English

Time Difference: GMT -5

Population: Approx 2.8 million

Religion: Christianity

Resorts

Montego Bay

Montego Bay holidays will find you relaxing on the North West coast of Jamaica in the second largest city and most popular tourist destination on the island.

Negril

Negril holidays will find you in one of the most popular tourist destinations that sun drenched Jamaica has to offer, situated on the western tip of this much loved Caribbean island.

Ocho Rios

Ocho Rios holidays will find you in a charming resort situated in the North of the island, once a small fishing village the resort has now blossomed into a popular tourist destination.

Location

Map showing the location of Jamaica View Jamaica on the map

Steeped in history with stunning natural scenery

Visit the Georgian port of Falmouth, with 18th Century churches and colonial mansions or the old hippy favourite of Negril to the east of the island, with amazing sunsets, live music and beach parties. The quietly restrained Runaway Bay is steeped in history with its secret caves hidden in the shoreline, hiding spots for many a pirate or escaping slave, with Columbus Park marking the exact spot where Christopher Columbus landed.

Ocho Rios is a lively and tourist orientated resort offering a mixture of cabarets and live music, fine hotel dining and wonderful small restaurants showing off traditional spicy Jamaican dishes. Montego Bay is the largest and most famous resort on the island and is home to the Aqua Sol water park, a lively fun day out for all the family.

No holidays to Jamaica would be complete without joining the Bob Marley Experience; either with a visit to the museum in Kingston, or travelling through the hills of St Ann’s up to his birth, and final resting place, of Nine Mile. Soak up the history of the “King of Reggae”, we promise you’ll be singing his hits for the rest of your holiday. So hit that reggae beat and book your holidays to Jamaica at Latedeals.co.uk today.

Places to Visit

Swim with dolphins at Dolphin Cove

A natural cove which is surrounded by 5 acres of lush tropical rain forest. Visitors have the opportunity to interact and swim with dolphins, enjoying the thrill and love of these amazing lovable animals.

Bob Marley Museum

The museum is housed in Bob Marley’s former home which he bought from Chris Blackwell in 1975. This was Marley’s home until his death in 1981, the property also housed his Tuff Gong recording studio. In 2001 the Bob Marley Museum became a Protected National Heritage Site.

Dunn’s River Falls

A truly outstanding treasure offering 600 feet of climbing pleasure for thousands of visitors and locals every year, it is arguably Jamaica’s most popular and famous attraction.