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amaica is the third largest island in the Caribbean and lies just south of Cuba. This is an island that boasts something for everyone with hundreds of miles of unspoilt, quiet beaches and a colourful cultural and cosmopolitan heritage. Jamaica is widely considered to have the most stunning landscapes to explore. Visitors are drawn to Jamaica for its beaches, grand hotels, superb all-inclusive resorts and laid-back inns. Most are impressed with the sounds of reggae,
the taste of jerk cooking and the warm, friendly smiles of the locals. Add to this, several worldclass golf courses, charming old plantation houses and tiny villages dotted through the majestic Blue Mountains, (where they grow the best coffee in the world), all in a relaxed atmosphere and you’re jammin! This is just a taste of the diverse experiences Jamaica has to offer. Combined with the warmth and friendliness of the locals, it’s an escape from everyday life you’ll never forget.
The main airports in Jamaica: Sangster International (Montego Bay), Norman Manley International (Kingston) and Ian Fleming (Ocho Rios).
EU citizens do not require a visa to visit.
The official language is English.
The time zone is GMT -5hrs or BST -6hrs. British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Thomson and Thomas Cook run direct flights.
Reggae Marathon (December), Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival (January), Reggae Sumfest (July), Independence Day (6th August)