Kingston: It is the capital and largest city of Jamaica, located on the south eastern coast of the island. Kingston is the seat of Government in Jamaica and the island’s business capital. Even with the many opportunities for business, the resort area of Kingston is known for its cultural, educational and leisure options as well. There are arguably more museums, dining and nightlife, event options than anywhere else on the island. It has the largest botanical gardens in the Caribbean. At 2000 acres, Hope Gardens is home to many indigenous plants as well as the Coconut Museum, Sunken Gardens, Orchid House, the Lily Pond, Maze and Palm Avenue. A true must-see
Montego Bay: Montego Bay has a tropical climate, specifically a tropical wet-and-dry climate, characterized by a wet season from May to November, which coincides with the hurricane season, and a dry season from December to April. Regardless of the season, pack your summer clothes, and a couple of jerseys for safety. Margaritaville is a top bar and restaurant, featuring the music of Jimmy Buffett, a slide and a swimming pool. Doctor’s Cave beach is one of the most famous beaches in Jamaica for its clean and beautiful waters, and is open to the public, as well as to members of the Doctor’s Cave Bathing Club. You’ll find most meals and drinks very affordable.
Negril: Negril’s beach has been rated one of the top ten beaches in the world. Negril, a shortened version of “Negrillo”, meaning ‘little black ones’, was named by the Spanish in 1494. There are two theories as to how it got its name: Firstly, the black cliffs south of the village, and secondly, the large amount of black eels along Negril’s coast. Negril is famous for its nightlife scene, so head to the Norman Manley Boulevard, and let the reggae beats keep you dancing all night long. Expect great food, good prices, lots of dancing, new friends and plenty of laughs.
Ocho Rios: Ocho Rios is known for its tropical climate, with its wet season from May to November, and a dry season from December to April. But whatever the season, summer clothes and a few loose sweaters should keep you comfortable. Ocho Rios is probably best known for its use in Dr No, the very first James Bond film, released in 1962. Ocho Rios is known for our world-class resorts, where you’ll not only feel safe, satisfied and delighted, but taken care of in the true Jamaican way. If you’re on the island with a view to propose to that special someone, then you’ll be able to find a wide selection of beautiful jewels in Ocho Rios.