Jamaica is a diverse island that keeps visitors returning year after year. A trip to Jamaica goes way beyond the traditional sun, sea and sand. From the wonders of its highest point, The Blue & John Crow Mountains, recently inscribed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, to the highways and byways of coastal towns and rural villages, Jamaica continues to inspire and impress.
Jamaica is an Island Nation that is popular for its reggae music, powdery white-sand beaches, golden sunsets, warm and friendly people, and athletic prowess — after all the fastest man, Usain Bolt, and the fastest woman in the world, Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, call Jamaica home.
Within Jamaica’s resorts and attractions, you will experience an island that encapsulates all you need for a fun-filled and relaxing vacation. But the best is yet to be discovered once you venture across the length and breadth of this colorful island. You will instantly fall in love with the scenery, local cuisine and vibrant culture that will keep you wanting more.
The Island’s many attractions can be found in any of the six resort areas that offer a wide array of hotels and villas spread across the island. Whether you opt to relax at a quaint cottage or an upscale five-star hotel, along the way you will discover our many waterfalls, rivers and secret coves. You will experience the pulsating beat of our capital city, Kingston, or the slow and easy pace of the South Coast.
Jamaica has something to offer everyone. From fashionistas to foodies, there is a Jamaica for all to enjoy. Jamaica is sure to rejuvenate, refresh and recharge as it indulges you in its truly remarkable island vibe, unmatched anywhere in the world.
The Jamaica Tourism guide was created to give you all the resources to plan a wonderful trip to Jamaica. The guide covers events, hotels, attractions and everything else to make your stay in Jamaica more enjoyable.