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Luxury Jamaica Holidays

Balmy beach days and rum-fuelled nights


Jamaica is one of the coolest Caribbean islands (and we're not talking temperatures). The island's famously laid-back attitude tends to rub off easily - you'll understand why once you spot the palm-fringed sands and sip your first rum punch at a barefoot beach bar.
Although beaches are its calling card, Jamaica's good looks aren't confined to the coastline; the interior of the island is just as handsome, with tropical forests and cascading waterfalls to discover. Montego Bay (Mo'Bay to locals) is Jamaica's second-in-command after the capital, Kingston. There's plenty going on here, with everything from white-water rafting to rounds of golf to tempt you during the day. After dark, you can enjoy bars, restaurants and browsing in bric-a-brac huts - all to a soundtrack of reggae rhythms.

If you're after a dose of culture, take a trip to one of the island's 18th-century plantations (Rose Hall is one of the best), or stop by coastal Falmouth for well-preserved Georgian buildings.
Destinations in Jamaica
Montego Bay

Montego Bay is a Caribbean postcard of sugary sands and coconut palms. The port is also a cruise route classic, so expect plenty in the way of beach clubhouses and cocktail bars.

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Flight Information

Flight time from the UK to Jamaica is approximately 9 hours 45 minutes. 

When to go

The island basks in sunshine for most of the year, with highs usually hovering in the high 20s and early 30s. The best time to visit Jamaica is between December and April, although you can still expect plenty of sunshine in the 'rainy' months between May and November.

Visa Information

UK visitors don't need a visa for Jamaica (unless you're planning on staying for longer than 90 days). 

Introduction to languages

The official language of Jamaica is English.


When travelling to Jamaica, the following immunisations are recommended: hepatitis A, typhoid and polio. All routine immunisations should be up to date. For full details, please contact your GP.

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Our pick of the top hotels in Jamaica
Every one of our hotels is handpicked and personally visited by our team

Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall

Jamaica, Montego Bay

Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall

Jamaica, Montego Bay

Zoetry Montego Bay

Jamaica, Montego Bay
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