Jamaica Casinos

Jamaica Casinos



When you think of​ Jamaica,​ what comes to​ mind are beautiful white beaches with clear blue waters,​ palm trees,​ and nature untouched by humans and/or pollution,​ in​ short paradise on​ earth. Jamaica offers much more than just unspoiled nature by daylight,​ but also an​ exciting time by night in​ its ten casinos in​ the​ major cities of​ interest to​ visiting tourists.

Kingston,​ the​ capital and the​ largest city,​ has two casinos,​ Falmouth has one,​ Negril has two,​ Ocho Rios,​ which is​ a​ major port,​ has two,​ and Montego Bay,​ which is​ also a​ port,​ has four. Both Ocho Rios and Montego Bay attract many tourists primarily,​ but not all,​ from cruise ships. Hotel resorts host most of​ the​ Jamaican casinos and this is​ convenient for tourists who don't have to​ travel any further to​ play their favorite games.

The Treasure Hunt,​ which is​ situated in​ Ocho Rios,​ is​ the​ largest casino in​ Jamaica,​ with a​ total of​ 120 slot machines. in​ Jamaica casinos,​ table games are not common,​ but most of​ the​ casinos will have a​ large number of​ slot machines and they are often open 24 hours a​ day like the​ Treasure Hunt of​ Ocho Rios. However,​ hours differ vastly and it​ is​ advisable to​ check before you go. a​ Jamaica casino,​ the​ Sunset Beach Resort & Spa,​ welcomes guests daily between 8 am and 6 pm only.

In order to​ participate in​ any gambling activities,​ you must be 18 years or​ older in​ Jamaica and the​ same applies for consumption of​ any alcoholic beverages; carry a​ recent photo identification,​ as​ some Jamaica casinos may require that before you can enter and gamble.

Besides casinos,​ Jamaica gambling also includes horse track race betting. There is​ only one such facility in​ St. Catherine at​ Caymanas Park,​ where you can bet and watch live horseracing. Betting is​ open Monday through Saturday from 8:30 am to​ 4:30 pm.

In the​ Jamaica casinos,​ English is​ the​ official language,​ as​ Jamaica was a​ former British Colony; however,​ there are many dialects spoken in​ the​ country,​ which are hard to​ understand or​ follow,​ but fascinating to​ hear. the​ people of​ Jamaica are very friendly,​ welcoming you in​ their homes to​ enjoy their culture and taste their cuisine,​ such as​ the​ famous Jamaican specialties of​ rum and rum cakes. Enjoy this beautiful country and the​ hospitality any time you go to​ the​ Caribbean,​ as​ well as​ the​ excitement of​ their casinos.




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