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The birthplace of Bob Marley, reggae and rum, thousands of tourists choose Jamaica holidays each year to experience the island's unique culture and Caribbean coastline.
If you're looking for an escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life then hop on a plane to Jamaica. Touch down in the world's capital of calm where you'll soon slip into the laid-back rhythm of life.
Boasting miles of soft, sandy white beaches lapped by gentle turquoise waves, Jamaica's beaches are the perfect place to relax. Close your eyes and listen to the infectious reggae rhythms as they drift out from brightly painted beach bars, and breathe in the salty sea air.
The people of Jamaica are known for their friendly manner, and there's something about that distinctive accent that makes you feel right at home. Locals here know how to chill out better than anyone else, so take a palm leaf out of their books and follow suit.
Caribbean cruise liners sailing through the islands always make sure to dock in the historic town of Falmouth.
This resort has maintained its traditional vibe which has been maintained across its streets for centuries creating an environment that can't be matched anywhere else in Jamaica.
With golden beaches on the coast and swamp or river cruises inland, Falmouth offers excitement of the laidback variety, allowing you to enjoy your getaway in the sun at your own pace.
Affectionately known at MoBay by locals, this is Jamaica's second largest city and is one of the most accommodating resorts on the island thanks to the sheer number of tourist facilities available.
You'll find hundreds of locations for shopping, dining and drinking in a city which also enjoys a long 15 mile coastline. There are several beaches to choose from, most with white sands and shallow waters which are great for kids to paddle in.
The area has a strong history too which stretches back over 500 years and there are many tour companies ready to take you on a journey of enlightenment into Jamaica's past.
Known as Jamaica's capital of casual, tourists flock to Negril for the views, fun and relaxation offered by the Seven Mile Beach. A consistent stretch of white sands and a clear calm ocean, this beauty is packed with beach bars and restaurants which will keep you comfortably sedated all day before the party starts at night.
You can't visit Negril without stopping in at Rick's Café, a Cliffside bar where you're entertained by the dazzling acrobatics of professional cliff divers. The best time to visit is just before sundown as the location offers spectacular views of the Caribbean sunset.
A built up tourism town on the north coast of Jamaica, Ocho Rios has it all: beautiful beaches, exciting wilderness, and a community packed with shops, bars and restaurants.
Turtle Beach, Reggae Beach and Laughing Waters, just some of the glorious places you can lay down your towel and relax in the sand.
'Ocho' also has the added benefit of having one of Jamaica's most popular tourist attractions right next door, Dunn's River Falls as well as plenty more tours and sites to see in the surrounding wildlife.
One of the most peaceful resorts to be found in Jamaica, Runaway Bay isn't your typical tourist resort, letting you enjoy a more authentic experience of island life.
With a mix of public and private locations, you can melt your troubles away underneath the hot Caribbean sun from some of the best beaches Jamaica has to offer.
For the days where the sun is too much, take cover in the shade of the Green Grotto Caves and enjoy a fascinating tour where you can learn about the hundreds of years worth of history the caves hold.
Jamaica enjoys a perfectly hot climate all year round. The average temperature sits at 25C in January and February while the summer months rise to 28C.
The wet season in the Caribbean threatens to ruin the summer months but the rain comes in short heavy bursts, meaning you'll be back on the beach before you know it.
Busy times to visit Jamaica include March when there is often an influx of American visitors creating a party atmosphere. For festivities with a slower beat visit in early February where the islanders celebrate Bob Marley week before holding an annual Carnival later in the month.
One of only five in the world, you'll feel on a different planet as you take a night time dip into the Luminous Lagoon. Movement makes the water around you give off a phosphorous like glow. Remember to bring a camera but even if you don't, this swim will live long in the memory.
Named after the green algae that cover the walls, these eerie caves have a long history spanning centuries. Tour guides will lead you through and recount the tales as you spot bats and even snakes inside. You may also recognise the cave as the villain's lair in James Bond's Live and Let Die.
Located near Negril, this 5-acre water park and adventure zone has rides, slides and attractions for all ages. Raft along rivers on bamboo vessels, take part in a laser quest challenge or splash around on the many water slides, you can spend a full day exploring.
Many resorts offer free day trips and tours around Jamaica's capital or you can make the 2-3 hour drive yourself and explore the city at your own pace. Kingston is a buzzing metropolis compared to the relaxed island life found elsewhere and there is plenty to discover within.
Beginning on a beautiful white, sandy beach, join a team of avid adventurers as you climb the 180 feet waterfalls in Ocho Rios. Lagoons bordered by lush greenery provide the perfect setting for some enviable holiday snaps.
See the scenery of Mystic Mountain at a relaxed pace on this journey up into Jamaica's rainforest. Your voyage begins on the Sky Explorer which travels through 2 kilometres and 700 feet above the tropical jungle before you cool off with a swim in the infinity pool, which looks down over Ocho Rios.