Ever since Errol Flynnís arrival in the 40 Jamaica has been regarded as one of the most alluring of the Caribbean islands. Great beaches, waterfalls and bustling towns. The Jamaica are gracious people with a quick nit and a ready smile.
Jamaica is one of the most vibrant, captivating and Sandals Royal Caribbean fascinating islands in the Caribbean. Much larger than most people realise, it is the third largest island in the West Indies. You will soon discover why this island has something to entice every visitor, with itsí breathtaking Beaches scenery, dramatically long coastline of sandy beaches and superb variety of watersports. Jamaica has a fascinating blend of cultures mixing African slavery and British colonialism with the rhythm and sounds of reggae and Rastafarianism.
The currency is the Jamaican dollar however US dollar travellers cheques are readily cashed.
Jamaica has a year-round tropical maritime climate, with maximum daytime coastal temperatures around 80-86T (27-30 C).
Some rain does fall - mainly from May to November, the rainy season.
BEST OF JAMAICA:
To really appreciate this large & varied island, why not take advantage of the many excellent excursions available. Visit a coffee plantation in the Blue Mountains or the idyllic Port Antonio once the playground for the rich & famous. Take advantage of the many golf courses or indulge in the multitude of watersports. Please ask your Hayes K. Jarvis resort representative for details on local excursions.
The principle tourism area, with restaurants, bars, clubs, duty free shopping and all manner of water-sports. The pace in town is lively and busy, while the beaches along the hotel strip are good with sparkling clear water.
Famed for its gorgeous seven mile stretch of palm fringed beach. Negril is informal, casual and very relaxed. Negril Town is small with limited restaurants and attractions. This is the place to completely unw[ndtand relax.
Runaway Bay A small resort close to Cone Rios and Discovery Bay where Columbus first landed. Quiet and relaxed, small selection of local bars and shops, good access to Ocho Rios and a golf course.
Ocho Rios Lush and tropical, set on a bay protected by reefs and covered with sugar cane, coconut and fruit plantations. The town has good tourist facilities, is popular with cruise ships and has famous Dunnís River Falls nearby. The majestic Blue Mountains are well worth visiting.
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