Laidback Luxury In The Caribbean

Laidback Luxury In The Caribbean



Experience luxury Caribbean holidays in​ Jamaica. Think white sandy beaches,​ great music,​ exotic food,​ unique history and an​ endless multitude of​ activities to​ keep you entertained. a​ visit to​ Jamaica is​ a​ holiday like no other.

Scuba diving and snorkeling are amongst the​ most popular activities on​ the​ island. Visitors are also given the​ opportunity to​ absorb in​ the​ rich history of​ Jamaica,​ dating back to​ the​ days of​ plantations and slavery,​ on​ various cultural tours and guides.

The main cities of​ interest on​ the​ island are Kingston,​ Ocho Rios,​ Negril and Montego Bay. Montego Bay was visited by Columbus in​ May 1494 and named Montego Bay "El Golfo de Buen Tiempo,​" or​ Bay of​ Good Weather. Home to​ wealthy planters and still visited by the​ rich and famous today,​ it​ has remained one of​ the​ most famous destinations in​ the​ world. the​ Bay has some fantastic beaches with superb sea views from the​ hills. the​ main tourist areas of​ the​ town are east of​ Sam Sharpe Square whilst the​ main resorts and hotels are to​ the​ north conveniently located between the​ town and the​ Sir Donald Sangster International Airport. Montego Bay has the​ best collection of​ golf courses in​ Jamaica. Tyrall an​ 18 hole Golf Course being one of​ the​ best in​ the​ Caribbean. Many tournaments are held here,​ the​ course originally built on​ a​ 19th Century sugar plantation. Reggae worshipers will want to​ visit the​ Bob Marley experience,​ a​ 68 seater theatre celebrating the​ life and works of​ the​ great artist.

Ocho Rios is​ also located on​ the​ northern side of​ the​ island and is​ the​ second major tourist town. Attracting more than 700,​000 tourists each year Ocho Rios offers excellent accommodation,​ beaches and lush vegetation. Described as​ the​ garden center of​ Jamaica,​ in​ particular the​ area of​ the​ Dunn’s River Falls is​ a​ sight to​ behold. a​ series of​ waterfalls cascade from the​ mountains towards the​ sea and can be experienced first hand as​ Jamaican guides navigate groups to​ climb their way up the​ falls. 007 fans can delight in​ visiting the​ James Bond Beach in​ town of​ Oracabessa,​ just West of​ Ocho Rios and take a​ helicopter tour or​ go horseback riding along the​ beach.

Kingston is​ the​ capital of​ the​ island,​ lying on​ a​ wide plain,​ the​ sea to​ the​ South and the​ St. Andrew Mountain at​ its backdrop in​ the​ north. the​ town was built on​ the​ waterfront and has the​ seventh largest natural harbour in​ the​ world,​ here you will find people enjoying the​ sunshine,​ conversing and buying the​ local produce. a​ modern and bustling city Kingston never sleeps and there is​ a​ wealth of​ facilities from restaurants to​ gift shops for tourists.

Lose yourself in​ the​ rhythm and experience of​ Jamaica…it’s what sets it​ apart from other luxury Caribbean holidays.




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