Holidays to Jamaica with Jamaica Holiday Packages thrusts you right in the middle of the Caribbean Sea surrounded by Costa Rica, Haiti, Cuba and other scintillating islands, this tiny island is a perfect travel and getaway destination for the sea and nature lovers. Though its a bit different from the other islands, it brags of some talcum sands, addictive sun rays and coddled resort-life along with rich culture and history. After you deplane at the Montego Bays Sangster Airport you can find plenty of transferable transports such as coasters, taxis, high-top vans, and luxury cars that can accommodate a number of people and enjoy your trip to your desired destination or hotel as you ramble through the city with knowledgeable information shared by the experienced drivers.
Best Time to Visit
The sprawling island has a tropical climate with humid and hot weather that keeps this country filled with warmth and sunshine. A light jacket is good enough when you travel up to the mountains. The middling annual temperature is between 80-86 F and the coolest months fall during January and February. The windiest month is April which is just perfect for sailing, snorkeling and scuba diving. The natives usually feel proud regarding the gold sunshine and the lush green cane-fields. Its advisable to note that August and September are the hurricane months. So do plan your tour after careful considerations.
The accommodations in here run the gamut from pricey, high luxury resorts to bare-bones guest houses to hotels. You could narrow your search for accommodations by speaking to some vacationers and local people, or jump right in choosing a hotel, condo & villa or a camp beach resort near to the panoramic view of the surrounded environment. Most resorts are run by large companies that offer everything in surplus from social activities to food and drink. There are 1-star properties ranging from 45-100 US$, 2-stars from 50-300 US$ and 3-4 stars become pricey from 100-1000 US$.
Cheap Jamaica Holidays can prove to be a boon with a surfeit of never-ending tours and mystical attractions. There are Botanical Garden & Plantation Tours, Nature Adventure Tours, Cultural & Historical Site Experiences, Horse Riding and Equestrian Centers, River Rafting, Marine & Adventure Parks, Waterfalls & Water Parks along with plenty of Beach Cruises and Sports. You can visit Kingston, the entertainment capital that provides the ultimate shopping and mountain tour inducements. Coastal creature watch is a favourite past-time for many who love to sit, talk, sip a glass of cocktail and gaze at these marvelous creatures. To name some of the other attractions such as Ocho Rios Cruise Port, Martha Brae River, Dunns River Falls, Nine Mile, Dolphin Cove, Great Moras can make your tour not only memorable but an out-of-the-world experience.
The shopping here is an experience in itself. The islands vendor posses and peddle wares of good things. From imported designer items to the local hand-made crafts, all at throw away prices. Be prepared to involve in haggling at every corner and with every shop-keeper. If you kind it uneasy then stick to Half-Moon Shopping Village, City Center and the Holiday Village Shopping Center all in the Mont-ego Bay. There are definitely wonderful items available worth seeking out. From painting to wood carvings, anything of this kind can spice your room up. A visit to the craft market can give you a glimpse of how dedicated, hard-working and professional the native are. Baskets, hats, hand-bags are widely available in different variety and colors.
Food & Dining
After a stressful day at the beach or at the shopping precincts, your appetite deserves attention and this country has no deficiency of dining options. From the premium restaurants and 5-star resorts, to the open-air Jerk shacks specialties to the international smackers there is limitless options that you can fill up with. Dining can be relatively cheap in here than other surrounding islands. When it comes to styles of eateries, travelers have the opportunity of choosing from the laid-back roadside vendors to the more refined, much prescribed, fine-dining enterprises. While various forms of international foods are available on the island, Jamaican cuisine is the core of the country. Various puddings and curried goats are mainstays in Jamaican cuisine. Curry and jerk aren’t the whole-sole seasonings that are used to improve the island dishes. Ginger, allspice, nutmeg and dried berries can be found in many recipes. Freshly caught seafood is plentiful on the island, and red snapper, shrimp, tuna, and lobster are easy to come by. In fact, the national dish of Jamaica is Salt-fish and the Ackee. Few other choicest meals on the island include rice and peas, fried dumplings of meat, and fried fish, marinated in spicy seasoning and tossed with peppers, onions, and vinegar. To balance out the luscious spicy foods, Jamaicans love savoring plenty of favorite desserts on a regular basis.