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Holidays to Jamaica

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Enjoy unforgettable moments of holiday joy in Jamaica 

Jamaica, part of the Greater Antilles islands in the Caribbean Sea, is overflowing with cultural encounters and breathtaking natural wonders. Escape into its many varied scenic vistas of white-sand beaches, turquoise seas, enchanting waterfalls or the stunning Blue Mountains. Soak up the laid-back vibe and immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the birthplace of reggae music. Learn about the island’s cultural heritage and colonial past in museums and galleries or visit the Rastafari Indigenous Village in Montego Bay to understand Rastafarian beliefs and practices.  

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    Jamaica holiday highlights 

    Jamaica’s unique mix of vibrant energy, laid-back lifestyle, captivating history and spectacular scenery produces a diverse offering of activities for anyone visiting the island. Here are the top 10 things to do on holiday there: 

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    1. Immerse yourself in Dunn’s River Falls

    Climb the cascading falls and refresh in the waters of Dunn’s River Falls, truly one of the island’s most romantic and idyllic spots.

    Jamaica overview

    Jamaica has a rich history of cultural achievements, resilience, and contributions to the world, including culinary delights, sporting excellence, and music and dance. 

    Jamaica is known for its Reggae music, made popular by artists such as Bob Marley. The mid-20th century saw the growth of tourism across the island as visitors from around the world were enticed to this tropical island to soak up the natural beauty, exquisite beaches and cultural heritage.  


    What to eat

    Explore the delectable dishes on offer seasoned with authentic Jamaican spices and flavours. A must-try is Jamaica’s national dish, ackee and saltfish, a local breakfast favourite with all the trimmings including fried dumplings, callaloo, green bananas, avocado and plantains. 

    For a sweet treat indulge on sweet potato pudding, which is cooked beneath hot coals. Locals refer to these puddings as ‘Hell a top, Hell a bottom, and Hallelujah in de middle!’, so it’s got to be good! 

    Also try the Jamaica Blue Mountain coffee, which carries notes of chocolate, floral hints and a subtle sweetness.  

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