Jamaica has been a favourite Caribbean destination for many years now, delicious cuisine, a hole heap of amazing things to do and of course some pretty cool weather keep tourists coming back year after year.
Jamaica’s climate is tropical which means, you can always rely on year-round warm weather. The official rainy season runs from May – October, this doesn’t mean it will rain all day every day though, you can usually experience short spurts of rain, usually late in the afternoon or early evening. Jamaica is rarely hit by hurricanes, however, just so you know the hurricane season runs from June till November.
Let’s take a look at Jamaica’s weather.
Dunn’s river falls is one of Jamaica’s national treasures, and this cascading waterfall is a must do experience when visiting Jamaica.
Take a leisurely cruise down the Martha Brae River on-board your very own bamboo raft.
Enjoy a guided tour on horse back ending in the cool Caribbean sea, where your horse will ride the waves for you.
Ricks Café is a great place to watch the local divers show off their skills as they dive from the tree tops way above the cliffs. As night falls there is no better place to watch the sunset.
Don’t miss a day chilling on the award winning Seven Mile Beach, located in the beautiful resort of Negril.
Dip in and out of pools, waterfalls, and dive into the fresh water at the amazing Blue Hole located on the White River just south of Ocho Rios.
Visit the home where Bob Marley lived and recorded some of the best and well known reggae tunes in the world.
Aptly named James Bond Beach is where they filmed the famous 007 film Dr No. It’s a great place for a spot of snorkelling or diving.
Set sail around Jamaica’s coastline on-board a cool catamaran, where rum punch is the drink of the day.
Ghost hunters are you ready? October is the perfect month to visit the great house Rose Hall. Will you spot the ghost of Annee Palmer?
Jamaica is a fantastic destination for a round of golf. Imagine teeing off whilst enjoying views of the Caribbean Sea.