Jamaica

Flag of Jamaica
Capital: Kingston
Population: 2,948,279
Area: 10,991 km2

Cheerful people, sun, sea and beautiful beaches - Jamaica is home to rum, reggae and the legendary Bob Marley. The third largest island of the Caribbean offers a rich variety of vegetation, hidden fairytale waterfalls and traditional colonial houses on plantations.

This country has so many natural resources that you simply need to dive into it - literally and figuratively. Jamaica is a lively, energetic place, which you will discover as soon as you start exploring. You can go hiking, diving, mountain biking, surfing or sailing. You can go rafting, horseback riding, go on a tour into the rainforest or play golf on one of the many great golf courses.

Christopher Columbus discovered Jamaica on his second journey in search of the New World, and the culture of this island represents a rich mixture of cultures that developed on it.

Montego Bay, Ocho Rios, Negril and Port Antonio are the most popular destinations in Jamaica where you can find everything you want during your trip. Relax in Negril on a typically Caribbean white beach, also known as the "seven-mile beach" and enjoy the view of tropical flowers, coconut palms and lush vegetation.

If you want to experience a trip to Jamaica from a different angle, book a cruise in Ocho Rios, the main port where some of the most luxurious cruisers dock, and enjoy unrivaled luxury. Top class hotels located right on the beach, you will find in Montego Bay, which also houses world-class galleries and restaurants and where you can try some of the best specialties of Jamaica and the famous Jamaican rum.

Don't miss a visit to Port Antonio, which due to its proximity to the Blue Mountains especially fascinates nature lovers as well as adventurers who are looking for new experiences. At the foot of these mountains is the capital of Jamaica, Kingston, which is also the hometown of Bob Marley and where there is a special attraction, the house of a famous reggae musician turned into a museum.

You don't have to worry about the weather, because Jamaica is considered a destination that you can visit all year round, but the period that is convincingly the most popular is from mid-December to mid-April.

A dancing holiday with swaying rum palms, reggae rhythms and one of the most beautiful sunsets in the Caribbean - Jamaica is all that and more.