Travelers who appreciate warm tropical waters, white sandy beaches and laid-back surroundings will enjoy Jamaica.
The third-largest of the Caribbean islands, this beautiful and culturally rich island has lots to offer its visitors.
If sun and relaxation are your thing, there is beach around every bend and nestled in every cove. With more than 635 miles of coastline there is plenty of space to relax—drink in hand—while soaking up the sun.
The sparkling blue Caribbean water is an amazing sight and there are plenty of opportunities all over the island to go out skiing, surfing or even parasailing. The ocean is remarkably crystal clear, which lends itself perfectly for snorkeling and scuba diving.
Looking to go beyond the beaches? Don’t worry there is still lots to do.
There are unique museums—Bob Marley Museum, anyone? — historic sites and traditional rum distilleries to showcase the history and culture of the island.
If exploration is more your style, Jamaica is a treasure trove of natural wonders. One place you won’t want to miss is the spectacular Dunn’s River Falls. With the help of a guide, you can climb all 600 feet of the falls. You can even take a bobsled—think rollercoaster in the forest—near the Dunn’s River Falls. Jamaica also has more than 400 caves ready to be explored.
Since tourism is a key focus economically for the country, travelers help bring growth and generate jobs throughout the island. Jamaica continues to grow its tourism in the name of prosperity for the Jamaican people.
Would you like to get away to Jamaica?
Please call 888.369.8785 or inquire online for a price quote and additional information.
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