If you are looking for a holiday destination that is overflowing with culture and excitement, Jamaica could be the ideal holiday destination for you. The country has become increasingly popular with tourists and it’s not surprising when you know what awaits you there. The unique culture, delicious cuisine, and white sand beaches are only a few of the reasons why people visit this country. Not to mention the warm weather all year round, which makes Jamaica a great place to go if you crave some winter sun.
There are so many beautiful aspects to Jamaica, some that are only seen in a few locations across the world. For example, The Glistening Waters in Falmouth are a natural phenomenon that occur because of microorganisms that glow in the water at night. This illumination only occurs in a few places across the world, which is why it is so special in Jamaica.
There is so much to do and see in Jamaica, if you visit, you will be spoiled for choice. Many people who visit enjoy the thrilling water sports and activities that they have to offer. Snorkelling and scuba diving are two of the most popular activities, where you can swim with an abundance of tropical sea life.
When visiting Jamaica, you will be met by friendly people looking to share their culture and customs with you. Jamaicans often host vibrant street parties where you can get together with the locals and other tourists to enjoy the food and music, and dance the night away! Why not look into staying in the beautiful town of Ocho Rios, with lovely beaches and plenty of hotels to choose from, you’re sure to meet some friends whilst abroad. You won’t struggle to find things to do or places to stay in Jamaica.
The official language in Jamaica is English, however, Jamaican Patois is the most widely spoken language used by the people who live there. Before you travel, don’t forget to change your currency to the Jamaican Dollar.
No matter your plans whilst you are in Jamaica, it is important that you take out travel insurance to protect yourself against any unforeseen eventualities.
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