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Much more than rum and reggae

We are deeply saddened by the recent tragedy caused by Hurricane Irma. Find more information in the Hayes & Jarvis press release here.

There’s more to Jamaica than rum and reggae: with its beautiful beaches, lively nightlife and layers of history, this island life is the epitome of laidback luxury.

Ease yourself into the Jamaican ‘take-it-easy’ attitude at Old Hospital Park in Montego Bay for a relaxing stroll along the strip and embrace the local culture by visiting the home and birthplace of legendary Bob Marley. For those after a bit more action, head to Negril; Ricks Café is a great hangout while Ocho Rios offers a wealth of activities and action-packed resorts for the whole family, including Dunn’s River Falls just waiting to be explored.

We recommend paying a visit to an old plantation house for a tasty of history and exploring the Blue Mountains before ending the day looking out at a stunning Caribbean sunset with a rum cocktail in hand. You won’t have to worry about a thing when visiting this slice of paradise.


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Flight Information

There are three main carriers offering flights to Jamaica from the UK with a fourth going via the United States.

Direct Carriers: British Airways operates four flights per week to Kingston from London Gatwick. Virgin Atlantic operate up to three flights weekly to Montego Bay.

Indirect Carriers: American Airlines and Delta Airlines operate indirect services to Jamaica via the USA


In hotels and restaurants, 10 to 15 percent is standard. Most places add a service charge to the bill, but you should put in a little extra if you were happy with the service. However, tipping isn’t expected in most all-inclusive resorts.


Hepatitis A, Polio and Typhoid recommended.

Visa Information

None for British citizens


The official currency is the Jamaican Dollar. It's best to buy them before you leave the UK. If you need cash when you are here, go to a bank with a currency exchange, which should be cheaper than most hotels.

How to get your currency

The Jamaican Dollar is far less valuable than the US version, which is also quoted everywhere, so be extra cautious not to confuse the two. Traveller's cheques are widely accepted and often used, as cash machines can be unreliable. UK debit and credit cards can be used at many establishments, but you'll need cash to pay smaller businesses. Don't forget to keep small notes and loose change handy for tipping.

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