20 Best Jamaica
All-Inclusive Resorts

Jamaica’s resorts provide excellent value for those looking to have an all-out relaxing vacation. With everything included in one blanket price, from meals, beverages, accommodations, and activities, choosing to stay at one of Jamaica’s all-inclusive resorts should be a no-brainer.

Jamaica is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the Caribbean, with white-sand beaches, tropical breezes, crystal turquoise waters, blended cultures, delicious food, and unlimited reggae music. It is also home to the best Western Caribbean resorts, offering everything you could wish for in an all-inclusive getaway.

With plenty of choices available, we’ve selected and handpicked some of the best all-inclusive resorts in Jamaica to help you find the right one for your next trip.

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Top 10 Overall
All-Inclusive Resorts in Jamaica

Family enjoying at the beach - Photo credit Royalton White Sands
Family enjoying at the beach | Photo credit: Royalton White Sands

The Royalton White Sands is a half-hour drive from Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay. It has 352 guest suites with oceanfront and garden views and premium amenities ideal for traveling families. See more details

* Average Rating:
4.5/5
* Average Price: $350/per night
Aerial view of beach area - Photo credit Jamaica Inn
Aerial view of beach area | Photo credit: Jamaica Inn

Jamaica Inn is a charming beach resort located in a residential area just a 15 minutes drive from Ocho Rios. Overlooking the crystal-clear water of the Caribbean, this resort stands out from the other mega-resorts on the island.  Jamaica Inn’s intimate location offers maximum privacy and relaxation, and with the elegant amenities, it ensures that you have a perfect stay. See more details

* Average Rating:
4.6/5
* Average Price: $415/per night
Exterior view of Villa - Photo by Round Hill Hotel & Villas Resort
Exterior view of Villa | Photo credit: Round Hill Hotel & Villas Resort

Round Hill Hotel & Villas is a luxurious beach resort that is about 30 minutes from the airport. The breathtaking scenery, spectacular amenities, and sincere hospitality make this one of the best resorts in Jamaica. See more details

* Average Rating:
4.7/5
* Average Price: $319/per night
Aerial view of Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton - Photo credit Expedia
Aerial view of Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton | Photo credit: Expedia.com

Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton is an expansive all-inclusive resort the offers clothing-optional areas and activities. When staying at this resort, you will rest your mind, body, and soul and experience the authentic Caribbean spirit. See more details

* Average Rating:
4/5
* Average Price: $240/per night
Exterior view - Photo credit The Caves Hotel
Exterior view | Photo credit: The Caves Hotel

The Caves is a luxurious adults-only resort with one of the most romantic settings. Situated on a cliffside, this resort offers 12 secluded villas wrapped with lush gardens and provides maximum privacy. See more details

* Average Rating:
5/5
* Average Price: $575/per night
Exterior view - Photo credit Rockhouse Hotel
Exterior view | Photo credit: Rockhouse Hotel

The Rockhouse, one of Jamaica’s most sought-after destination wedding hotels, goes to considerable measures to ensure that your special day is one to remember. Given that the resort books only 20 weddings a year, this ensures that you will get the planners’ full attention and only the best of care. See more details

* Average Rating:
4.8/5
* Average Price: $250/per night
Outside Pool - Photo credit Hedonism II
Outside Pool | Photo credit: Hedonism II

Hedonism II is an up-scale clothing-optional resort located in a secluded area of Negril’s Seven Mile Beach. With a wide range of activities, this resort aims to encourage you to let go of your inhibitions and add spice to your relationship. See more details

* Average Rating:
4.6/5
* Average Price: $690/per night
Aerial view of pool area - Photo credit Beaches Resorts
Aerial view of pool area | Photo credit: Beaches Negril Resort

Beaches Negril Resort & Spa is a wonderful property with a wide choice of activities, classes, and events for families with children and teenagers. The largest of the contemporary rooms has ocean views and can accommodate up to 12 people. The resort’s location on Negril’s Seven Mile Beach puts it within walking distance of the town center, as well as a variety of stores, boutiques, and craft markets, as well as restaurants and bars. See more details

* Average Rating:
4.5/5
* Average Price: $212/per night
Exterior view - Photo credit Royal Decameron Montego Beach
Exterior view | Photo credit: Royal Decameron Montego Beach

Situated on the northern edge of Montego Bay, Royal Decameron is a stunning all-inclusive beach resort that offers 144 rooms and great amenities. It is close to the main tourist attractions and restaurants; therefore a fantastic time is guaranteed at this resort. See more details

* Average Rating:
4.2/5
* Average Price: $230/per night
Guests enjoying the beach area at Sandals Ochi - Photo credit Sandals Resorts
Guests enjoying the beach area at Sandals Ochi | Photo credit: Sandals Resorts

This luxurious all-inclusive in downtown Ocho Rios is an adults-only resort with 529 rooms. Sandals is a 110-acre resort that has everything you need for a romantic holiday. Full of amenities and gorgeous sceneries, this resort will make couples return each year. See more details

* Average Rating:
4.5/5
* Average Price: $416/per night

Best Family-Friendly All-Inclusive Resorts in Jamaica

There’s nothing better than escaping the mundane and stressful everyday life and having lifelong memories to cherish with your family. Packed with water parks, kids’ clubs, and extraordinary adventures, these family-friendly resorts in Jamaica are nothing short of perfect.

Explore our list of the best all-inclusive family resorts in Jamaica with something for every type of family.

* Best for families with smaller kids
Aerial view of pool area - Photo credit Beaches Resorts
Aerial view of pool area | Photo credit: Beaches Negril Resort
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $212/per night

Beaches Negril Resort & Spa is a beautiful property with a wide choice of activities, classes, and events for families with children and teenagers. The largest of the contemporary rooms has ocean views and can accommodate up to 12 people. The resort’s location on Negril’s Seven Mile Beach puts it within walking distance of the town center, as well as a variety of stores, boutiques, and craft markets, as well as restaurants and bars.

* Best for families with teenagers
Family enjoying at the beach - Photo credit Royalton White Sands
Family enjoying at the beach | Photo credit: Royalton White Sands
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $350/per night

The Royalton White Sands is a half-hour drive from Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay. It has 352 guest suites with oceanfront and garden views and premium amenities that are ideal for traveling families.

* Best for families looking for a tranquil vacation
Exterior view - Photo credit Jewel Grande Resort & Spa
Exterior view | Photo credit: Jewel Grande Resort & Spa
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $481/per night

The 129-room Jewel Grande Montego Bay Resort & Spa is an upscale, family-friendly resort with a beautiful beachfront location. Premium alcohol at several bars is included in all-inclusive pricing, as is food at the buffet and a la carte restaurants.

* Best for beach-loving families
Exterior view of Moon Palace Resort - Photo credit Palace Resorts
Exterior view of Moon Palace Resort | Photo credit: Palace Resorts
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $380/per night

The 705-room Moon Palace Jamaica Grande is a vast all-inclusive, family-friendly resort that exudes grandeur, set on a private beach just a short walk from downtown Ocho Rios.

All-Inclusive Couples Resorts in Jamaica

Are you and your partner craving for a little bit of alone time? Jamaica is the perfect place for a couple’s romance where you can find love, deepen your connection and create enduring memories that last a lifetime.

Specifically made for romantic getaways, the best all-inclusive resorts in Jamaica for couples are the epitome of romance that you and your partner need to experience. Here are some of the best couples resorts in Jamaica.

* Best for younger couples and foodies
Exterior view - Photo credit The Caves Hotel
Exterior view | Photo credit: The Caves Hotel
Average Rating:
5/5
Average Price: $575/per night

The Caves is a luxurious adults-only resort with one of the most romantic settings. Situated on a cliffside, this resort offers 12 secluded villas wrapped with lush gardens and provides maximum privacy.

* Best for laid-back couples
Exterior view and pool area at night - Photo credit Couples Negril
Exterior view and pool area at night | Photo credit: Couples Negril
Average Rating:
4.7/5
Average Price: $376/per night

Couples Negril is a beautiful adults-only resort set on a pristine patch of beach on Bloody Bay. This resort offers maximum tranquility, as it is located in the calmer parts of Negril, far from the main action.

* Best for honeymooners and younger couples
Guests enjoying the beach area at Sandals Ochi - Photo credit Sandals Resorts
Guests enjoying the beach area at Sandals Ochi | Photo credit: Sandals Resorts
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $416/per night

This luxurious all-inclusive in downtown Ochi Rios is an adults-only resort with 529 rooms. Sandals is a 110-acre resort that has everything you need for a romantic holiday.

* Best for couples looking for a quiet setting
Aerial View - Photo by Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall
Aerial View | Photo credit: Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall
Average Rating:
4.4/5
Average Price: $428/per night

Hyatt Zilara Rose Hall is the adults-only resort side of a two-resort beachfront Hyatt estate located well to the east of lively Montego Bay. The Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall and its sister resort, Hyatt Ziva, offer a broad range of shared amenities, including almost a dozen restaurants, two huge pools, and an oceanfront spa.

Best Beach Resorts in Jamaica

Jamaica and beach resorts go hand in hand, just like you and lounging by the crystal clear water. From the picture-perfect bays of the north to the more rugged coastal wilderness of the south, Jamaica’s beaches are some of the world’s finest.

If you want to spend your vacation strolling on powdery white sand, floating in crystal-clear waters, explore our list of the best beach resorts in Jamaica and start planning your next holiday.

* Best for travelers wanting to spend their days by the beach
Beach area at Azul Beach Resort Negril - Photo credit Expedia
Beach area at Azul Beach Resort Negril | Photo credit: Expedia.com
Average Rating:
4.4/5
Average Price: $486/per night

With the best beachfront location, Azul Beach Resort is an all-inclusive resort made perfect for beach lovers and those alike.  The property is separated into adult-only and family sections; therefore, every type of traveler is welcomed here.

* Best for travelers looking for a budget-friendly beach resort
Exterior view - Photo credit Royal Decameron Montego Beach
Exterior view | Photo credit: Royal Decameron Montego Beach
Average Rating:
4.2/5
Average Price: $230/per night

Situated on the northern edge of Montego Bay, Royal Decameron is a stunning all-inclusive beach resort that offers 144 rooms and great amenities. It is close to the main tourist attractions and restaurants; therefore a fantastic time is guaranteed at this resort.

* Best for traveling families
Exterior view of Villa - Photo by Round Hill Hotel & Villas Resort
Exterior view of Villa | Photo credit: Round Hill Hotel & Villas Resort
Average Rating:
4.7/5
Average Price: $319/per night

Round Hill Hotel & Villas is a luxurious beach resort that is about 30 minutes from the airport. The breathtaking scenery, spectacular amenities, and sincere hospitality make this one of the best resorts in Jamaica.

* Best for travelers looking for a secluded and sophisticated resort
Aerial view of beach area - Photo credit Jamaica Inn
Aerial view of beach area | Photo credit: Jamaica Inn
Average Rating:
4.6/5
Average Price: $415/per night

Jamaica Inn is a charming beach resort located in a residential area just a 15 minutes drive from Ocho Rios. Overlooking the crystal-clear water of the Caribbean, this resort definitely stands out from the other mega-resorts on the island.  Jamaica Inn’s intimate location offers maximum privacy and relaxation, and with the elegant amenities, it ensures that you have a perfect stay.

Wedding Resorts in Jamaica

Are you planning a destination wedding? Say no more! With an array of resorts that offer tremendous wedding packages, we assure you that your special day will be a story worth telling. Take a look at our carefully made list of the best all-inclusive wedding resorts in Jamaica with special wedding packages.

* Best for a destination wedding with spectacular views
Exterior view - Photo credit Rockhouse Hotel
Exterior view | Photo credit: Rockhouse Hotel
Average Rating:
4.8/5
Average Price: $250/per night

The Rockhouse, one of Jamaica’s most sought-after destination wedding hotels, goes to considerable measures to ensure that your special day is one to remember. Given that the resort books only 20 weddings a year, this ensures that you will get the planners’ full attention and only the best of care.

* Best for adults-only weddings
Pool Area - Photo credit Jewels Dunn's River All-Inclusive Resort
Pool Area | Photo credit: Jewels Dunn's River All-Inclusive Resort
Average Rating:
4.2/5
Average Price: $173/per night

The Jewel Dunn’s River Beach Resort & Spa is located in Ocho Rios and offers various destination wedding packages. This adults-only resort is decorated in a modern colonial style and is an ideal wedding venue.

* Best for small intimate weddings
Wedding couple by the pool at Tensing Pen Resort - Photo credit Tripadvisor
Wedding couple by the pool at Tensing Pen Resort | Photo credit: Tripadvisor.com
Average Rating:
4.7/5
Average Price: $290/per night

Tensing Pen Resort is the best resort for small intimate weddings with an exceptional location, charming scenery, and reasonable prices. Located on a clifftop in Negril, booking your destination wedding at this property will be one of the best choices.

* Best for a destination wedding on a budget
Aerial View of Riu Palace Tropical Bay - Photo credit RIU Hotels & Resorts
Aerial View of Riu Palace Tropical Bay | Photo credit: RIU Hotels & Resorts
Average Rating:
4.4/5
Average Price: $265/per night

Located on a pristine patch of silky sand, Riu Palace Tropical Bay is an excellent choice for a destination wedding. It offers beautiful arrangements, and by booking more than five rooms, you get the basic wedding package for free.

Clothing-Optional Resorts in Jamaica

What better place to explore your fantasies than at a clothing-optional resort? Jamaica offers the freedom to tap into your desires and enjoy the freedom of an au natural getaway that you and your partner will never forget.

* Best for adventurous couples that want to experiment with new things
Outside Pool - Photo credit Hedonism II
Outside Pool | Photo credit: Hedonism II
Average Rating:
4.6/5
Average Price: $690/per night

Hedonism II is an up-scale clothing-optional resort located in a secluded area of Negril’s Seven Mile Beach. With a wide range of activities, this resort aims to encourage you to let go of your inhibitions and add spice to your relationship.

* Best for fun-loving couples
Aerial view of Couples Tower Isle - Photo credit Couples Resorts
Aerial view of Couples Tower Isle | Photo credit: Couples Resorts
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $380/per night

Just outside of Ocho Rios, the premium Couples Tower Isle is an adults-only all-inclusive resort with its own stunning beach and tiny private island that promotes natural sunbathing. If you’re feeling a little frisky, this is your best option.

* Best for peace-seeking travelers
Reggae pool bar - Photo credit Grand Lido Au Naturel Resort
Reggae pool bar | Photo credit: Grand Lido Au Naturel Resort
Average Rating:
4.5/5
Average Price: $416/per night

The luxury clothing-optional Grand Lido Negril Au Naturel All-Suite-Resort has 26 rooms and complimentary access to the Royalton Negril and Hideaway at Royalton Negril resorts. In Negril, the Grand Lido is located on the southernmost tip of Bloody Bay. It doesn’t have its own beach, but there is one just next door that provides a tranquil environment with ocean views.

* Best for older couples
Aerial view of Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton - Photo credit Expedia
Aerial view of Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton | Photo credit: Expedia.com
Average Rating:
4/5
Average Price: $240/per night

Grand Palladium Lady Hamilton is an expansive all-inclusive resort the offers clothing-optional areas and activities. When staying at this resort, you will rest your mind, body, and soul and experience the authentic Caribbean spirit.

Most Popular Places for an All-Inclusive Vacation in Jamaica

Jamaica is hands down a jewel of the Caribbean, but how do you choose which area to visit for your next all-inclusive vacation when every inch of this destination has picture-perfect scenery? We’ve made you a list of the most popular places with the best all-inclusive resorts in Jamaica, so take a scroll and start planning your next getaway.

Montego Bay

Montego Bay, Jamaica
Montego Bay, Jamaica

Better known as MoBay amongst the locals and the tourists alike, Montego Bay is an ideal entrance into Jamaica. Travelers should explore the tiny yet bustling midtown, which gives guests a veritable look into urban Jamaican life.

When it comes to accommodations, the best all-inclusive resorts in Montego Bay dominate the beaches of this island nation. If you’re planning a visit soon, these resorts offer plenty of amenities for an unforgettable all-inclusive getaway.

Ocho Rios

Best Ocho Rios All-Inclusive Resorts
Ocho Rios, Jamaica

Ocho Rios is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Jamaica. The sparkling turquoise water is bordered by sugary white sand, which is an excellent lure for tourists. As a result, the amount of all-inclusive hotels that line the lovely coastline is unsurprising.

Most Ocho Rios’ all-inclusive resorts are located just off the main road that runs along the shore. From tiny five-star all-inclusive resorts to enormous, family-friendly mega-resorts, there’s something for every type of traveler.

Negril

Negril, Jamaica
Negril, Jamaica

Having some of Jamaica’s most beautiful and laid-back beaches with all its Rastafarian glory, Negril is a lovely daydream come to life.

Seven Mile Beach in Negril is a beautiful spot for sunbathing and swimming. The area overlooking Long Bay is lined up with plenty of restaurants, bars, and some of the best all-inclusive resorts in Negril. On the other side, the West End Cliffs offer the best sunset views on the entire island.

Kingston

Kingston, Jamaica
Kingston, Jamaica

If “feeling the Jamaican vibe” is your Caribbean trip’s motto, then you cannot miss a visit to Kingston. The delightful town is home to various attractions, including the Bob Marley Museum, Hope Botanical Gardens, and Rockfort Mineral Bath Coast. 

Kingston is additionally an excellent beginning point for visiting the Jamaican underground aquifers or the close by Blue Mountains.

Port Antonio

Monkey Island, Port Antonio, Jamaica
Monkey Island, Port Antonio, Jamaica

In contrast with the vibrant and packed-out Jamaican shores, Port Antonio is a quiet and charming escape for true nature lovers. Thanks to the current government policies, this beautiful shore is left untapped by vendors, allowing you to relax in the beautiful scenery and culture peacefully.

Things to Do in Jamaica

Food and Drink

Ackee and Saltfish, Jamaican National Dish
Ackee and Saltfish, Jamaican National Dish

Jerk Chicken: Jamaican cooking involves the usage of rich and aromatic spices. The Jerk sauce is very famous here – representing a soulful mixture of Scotch bonnet peppers, cinnamon, pimento, and nutmeg. This heavenly paste is rubbed on meat, which is then roasted traditionally with the help of pimento wood.

Ackee and Saltfish: Most famous as a traditional breakfast of Jamaica, you will surely crave this particular meal. This breakfast dish is the best combination of ackee fruit and codfish. Onions and peppers are added to make it taste as great as it looks.

The Jamaican Patty: The Jamaican patties consist of different delicious fillings, and they make for a very light and flavorsome snack. The usual patty prepared here is the savory pastry that has ground meat filling in it, and it almost looks like the Indian samosa.

Blue Mountain Coffee: This special brew of coffee is the best that Jamaica has to offer. Famous for its aroma, freshness, mild flavor, and a lack of bitterness, the Blue Mountain Coffee is expensive mainly because it is so rare and so different from any Arabica coffee you ever tried.

Beaches

Dunn's River Falls Beach, Ocho Rios, Jamaica
Dunn's River Falls Beach, Ocho Rios, Jamaica

With its laidback and welcoming vibe, Jamaica is a truly delightful country to travel around, and everywhere you visit, you are sure to come across idyllic beaches to enjoy. This island nation boasts more than 600 miles of coastline, so as you can imagine, there is a beach in Jamaica for every kind of traveler out there. Whether you are seeking peace and relaxation at one of Jamaica’s remote beaches, want to snorkel in its refreshing and calm waters, spend the day having fun in the sun, or head to a spot with a bonfire to dance the night, away, Jamaica’s beaches will never disappoint.

Silver Sands, Duncan’s Bay: The waters are gin-clear, the sand is ultra-fine, and the windsurfing and wakeboarding enthusiasts have the best days on these shores. The private stretch means fewer crowds and no vendors whatsoever.

Cornwall Beach, Montego Bay: Cornwall is right next door to Doctor’s Cave (you can actually reach there by foot) but far less crowded and just as awesome for a swim. With its jaw-dropping oceanfront, long stretches of coastal walks, and incredibly peaceful resort retreats, you cannot beat the Cornwall beach for any other beach in the World. Moreover, the Cornwall Sunday afternoon parties feature a “bottomless” Appleton Rum mug option you should consider as a must-try while visiting this wonderful country.

Boston Bay Beach, Boston Bay: This brilliant stretch of sand is perfect and unspoiled by sightseers or sellers, and in close proximity of the beautiful eco-accommodating lodgings, for example, Great Huts with their comfortable tree-house rooms. Boston Bay is likewise known for its exciting wave activity, ideal for beginner surfers (there is a surf shack accessible for rentals and exercises).

Winifred Beach, Port Antonio: Located on the eastern side of Jamaica, Winifred Beach can be prioritized in the ‘picture postcard’ category. A short walk through the tropical rainforest, twirling vines, and rocky roads lead you to one of Jamaica’s most splendid beaches in terms of visitor engagement. It is situated in the Fairy Hill community of Port Antonio and home to a superbly brilliant reef, making it ideal for swimming and snorkeling.

Excursions

Dunn's River Falls, Jamaica
Dunn's River Falls, Jamaica

Jamaica is one exotic holiday destination that offers a wealth of experiences to the discerning vacationer. There are so many things to do, so many places to go, and an endless roll of excursions to undertake here. A single trip to Jamaica will never be enough for you to experience everything available to see and enjoy.

ATV Off-Road Adventure-Tour in Sandy Bay: This off-road ATV takes your holiday trip to another level. From Negril or Montego Bay, this two-hour tour includes traversing sections through the lush jungle, local farming villages, a colonial plantation, and an exciting ride up a mountain or two as well.

Daytrip to Dunn’s River Falls, 9 Miles, and Luminous Lagoon: For those value-minded travelers who like getting the most out of their travel dollars, this three-stop tour includes unforgettable visits to Dunn’s River Falls Luminous Lagoon as well as 9 Miles.

Dunn’s River Falls: Guests will have time to take a swim and relax before checking out the burial site of the island’s reggae legend, the one and only Bob Marley.

Couples Bamboo Rafting in Jamaica’s Great River: If you and your love are interested in spending some great quality time together away from the crowds, this guided bamboo rafting tour of Jamaica’s Great River is a natural fit. Your guide will lead you through the river and its tributaries that wind their way through some of the island’s most pristine jungles. Along the way, you will hear a narration about the area’s history and learn about the region’s plant and animal species.

Blue Mountain Hike from Kingston: The majestic Blue Mountains around Kingston feature some of the island’s most beautiful forests and spectacular views. They are also rugged and best explored by a 4-wheel drive vehicle driven by an experienced local chaperon. The views from the top are extraordinary, so make sure your phone and/or camera are charged.

Need to Know/FAQ

Climate

Jamaica has a tropical climate, with an average temperature of 77°F in winter and 82°F in summer. The average annual rainfall is 50.7''.

Timezone

The time zone in Jamaica is EST ( Eastern Standard Time) GMT-5

Language

Jamaican English is the official language in Jamaica. It is used in government, media, and education. However, most of the widely spoken language in the country is Jamaican Patois or known as Patwa and Creole.

Currency

The currency used in Jamaica is the Jamaican dollar, equal to 0.0072 United States Dollar (current rate). All resorts and primary tourist areas also use the US Dollar.

Average Flight Time

New York: 4 hours
Philadelphia 4 hours
Boston 3 1/1 hours
Chicago 4 hours
Miami 1 ½ hours
Los Angeles 6 ½ hours

Fun Fact

Waterfall climbing
Have you ever climbed a waterfall? Well, in Jamaica, you can do just that at the Dunn’s River Fall!

COVID-19 Travel Guidelines/Restrictions

Jamaica reopened its borders to international travelers on June 15, taking the first step to restoring tourism to pre-coronavirus levels. The Government of Jamaica has implemented enhanced screening and quarantine measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19, including health screening and risk assessment of the visitors, checking the individuals’ temperature, observation of symptoms, and an interview by health officers. Moreover, visitors are expected to complete a COVID-19 test upon arrival and observe quarantine until the test results arrive.

Any travelers testing positive for COVID-19 will be isolated either at their hotel/resort or in a government facility as determined by health authorities. Visitors to Jamaica must remain within the “COVID-19 Resilient Corridor,” a defined geographical area within Jamaica that is designed for tourism purposes with an island-wide curfew in effect from 11:00 PM to 5:00 AM.

Best Time to Visit Jamaica

Travelers are often confused about the ideal time to travel to Jamaica. Ideally, pre-winter to late-fall is the best time to visit Jamaica, as the climate is dry and sunny. The travel expense is yet to spike alongside the annual arrival of snowbirds fleeing the cold environments up north.

Getting Around

The most common and convenient way to explore Jamaica on public transport is by using the extensive bus network in the country. In contrast, ferry, route taxis, metro buses, and minibusses also operate widely.

Safety

While government travel advisories still indicate that the country is safe to visit, caution must be taken due to the heightened risk in some areas. Also, hotel locations and addresses must not be disclosed to people you do not trust.

As we’ve talked all about Jamaica all-inclusive resorts, you can see why a Jamaican holiday is so sought-after. Whether you are traveling solo, with family or friends, or with your loved one, Jamaica’s spirit will carry you away. So put your favorite Bob Marley song on and get packing!

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