The Island with the Colourful Reggae Lifestyle
Jamaica’s Caribbean joie de vivre and the infectious reggae vibes ensure an incomparable and laidback vacation experience. The island state captivates with a lively combination of inspiring music, multifaceted art, spectacular scenery, and the warm-hearted nature of its people. To discover the positive attitude towards life and the Caribbean flair of the country, Montego Bay is an ideal starting point. There, sport enthusiasts are kept entertained by a round of golf or river rafting on the Martha Brae River.
Jamaica charms nature lovers with impressive jungle landscapes, idyllic waterfalls, and unique fauna and flora. No matter where you are, turquoise waters and paradisiacal sandy beaches are never far away. Moreover, the island’s underwater world is colourful, diverse, and has a lot to offer for divers and snorkelers alike. Those looking for action on the water instead can find great conditions for various water sports in Mammee Bay near Ocho Rios.
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Sightseeing in your Jamaica holidays
Jamaica's vibrant rhythm can be experienced around the clock, whether that is in the streets, at a market, or at a festival. Stress does not seem to exist here, true to the motto "Don't worry about a thing, cause every little thing gonna be all right." Feel the Vibe
The many dream beaches make for unforgettable beach holidays in Jamaica. Especially noteworthy jewels: Frenchman's Cove, Winnifred Beach, Treasure Beach in Frenchmans Bay and Seven Mile Beach in Negril. View in maps
Hikers should climb the 2,256-meter high Blue Mountain for an unforgettable experience. The national park below the summit is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and well worth a visit. The main attraction there are the coffee plantations of the world-famous Blue Mountain coffee. View in maps
For a change of scenery, explore the jungle by taking a bamboo raft down the Rio Grande river. View in maps
Finally, visitors should not miss out on cooling off at the Blue Hole or at one of the many waterfalls, such as Dunn's River Falls. View in maps