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Come to Jamaica for the relaxed atmosphere which this birthplace of reggae music so naturally invokes. Laze on the beach, hike through the rainforest, swim under waterfalls, visit historic towns and explore the Caribbean.
This Commonwealth nation only gained independence half a century ago and the Jamaican flag symbolises past and present. Black represents hardship, of which the country has had more than its fair share. Green stands for fertile land and hope, which refers to the plantations which are now free from slavery. Gold stands for wealth and sunshine, which is what still attracts hordes of visitors to the island today.
Fly to Kingston, Montego Bay, or Ocho Rios and explore the island by rental car or on a tour bus. At some of the high end resorts you won't even have to leave your resort to enjoy the best of the Caribbean.
In the capital Kingston try the national dish, saltfish and ackee, in an authentic Caribbean restaurant or taste Rastafarian ital food in Bull Bay. Pay homage to the most famous reggae musician of all time by visiting the Bob Marley Museum. His protest songs from the ‘70s still appeal today, especially in the turbulent shantytowns where poverty continues to cause struggles.
To the west, visit the lighthouse at Negril and dig your toes in the white sands of Seven Mile Beach. Drive north, to Ocho Rios, where the Dolphin Cove theme park is. Cool off in rainforest pools at Dunn’s River Falls or Somerset Falls. While up north, don’t miss the well-preserved Georgian town of Falmouth, now a heritage site.
Of course, most people come to Jamaica for its beaches, which have always attracted the rich and famous too. The gorgeous Blue Lagoon was part of the set for the 1980 movie with the same name and is still a great place for a refreshing swim. Ian Fleming’s novels about Agent 007 were written here, which explains the name of James Bond Beach.
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The hotel is surrounded by gorgeous beaches, beautiful gardens, and ocean views. One of the most recommended places to visit is just an hour away: Dunns River Falls in the town of Ocho Rios.
Located in Lucea, this beachfront resort is next to a golf course, 7.5 mi (12.1 km) from Tryall Golf Club, and within 20 mi (32 km) of Half Moon Beach and Montego Bay Cruise Ship Terminal. Samuel's Bay National Marine Park and Mayfield Falls are also within 20 mi (32 km).
Located in the charming town of Rose Hall, on an old sugar plantation, the hotel has been converted into a tourist destination with everything necessary for the perfect Jamaican vacation.
This family-friendly oceanfront resort (6 mi) 10 km from Montego Bay occupies 400 acres of the historic Rose Hall Plantation and includes a water park, complete with slides, and a lazy river.
Located in the heart of Kingston, this luxury hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Centre Stage Theatre, Sunshine Amusement Complex, and Devon House. Emancipation Park and Little Theater are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Nestled on the beach, this Montego Bay resort is within 3 mi (5 km) of Montego Bay Cruise Ship Terminal, Montego Bay Marine Park, and Dump-Up Beach and Events Park. Fairview Shopping Center and Harbour Street Craft Market are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Located in Ocho Rios, this beachfront resort is in a regional park and within 1 mi (2 km) of Ocho Rios Craft Park and Turtle Beach. Dunn's River Falls and Dolphin Cove are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Surrounded by 9 hectares (22.25 acres) of lush gardens and overlooking Mamie Bay, this beachfront resort is 10 km (6 mi) from Dunn's River Falls.