Like the rest of the Caribbean, Jamaica endures hurricane season from June through November; watch the weather carefully if you're planning a trip to the island during this time (and don't forget the trip insurance). High season for tourism to the country lasts from December to April. Avoid spring break, Christmas and Easter if you're looking for deals and a less crowded experience on the island.
Jamaica offers a wealth of affordable all-inclusive resorts, budget-friendly hotels and low-priced vacation rentals. Extremely cheap local meals are plentiful, but more touristy restaurants might charge a pretty penny for lunch or dinner. A trip to Jamaica during hurricane season is likely to yield some attractive bargains; you can save big on airfare and accommodations by planning a visit between June and November.
Going nuts in Jamaica by Angela Kalista
A neither tall nor handsome man welcomes me at the Norman Manley airport in Kingston: „Once you go black, you never go back“. Not every woman feels utter joy with these amazing new possiblilities and the straightforwardness of his approach. It won't be the last encounter of this sort. Across from the exit of ... Read more!
To Hell & Back on a W. Caribbean by Lisa C
It's true, I'm a cruise junkie - After just three simple Carnival Cruises (and one Celebrity w/my parents..) I find I can't wait to plan my next one...it's like an elixir or your favorite soft drink, I can't get enough! So booking my W. Caribbean approximately 8 months in advance, I was left to plan, plot and ... Read more!
Great flight equals great trip by Sharon
Just recently went to Jamaica. I feel that if you have a great flight then you'll have a great trip. Flew on Air Tran Airway early am flight the plane was very clean and the flight attendants were very pleasant. No unusal smells, and of course no meals just crackers. That's ok, I ate before getting on the ... Read more!
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