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Cheap holidays to Jamaica

Jamaica, one of the largest and most famous islands of the Caribbean, has lush landscapes, mountains, rainforests and reef-lined beaches. Jamaica is famous as it is the birthplace of reggae, and its capital Kingston hosts the Bob Marley Museum, which is dedicated to the city’s most famous musician, the legendary Bob Marley. Book your amazing, cheap holidays to Jamaica with YourHolidays.com.

Beaches

Jamaica holidays offer wonderful powdery beaches. There are many beaches on the island- Falmouth, Runaway Bay, Ocho Rios, Montego Bay and others- that offer laid-back atmosphere and silence for those who want to relax on their holidays. There are plenty of water sports available on Jamaica’s beaches, such as scuba diving, snorkelling, windsurfing, rafting and surfing.

Attractions

If you can drag yourself away from the palm-fringed beaches, there is plenty to do around the island during your cheap holidays to Jamaica.

Another watery adventure not to be missed is a visit to the Glistening Waters, a luminous lagoon in Falmouth, one of the brightest in the world, thanks to bioluminescence that is produced by tiny microorganisms in the water. You will not be disappointed from your Jamaica holidays.

Also, during your Jamaica holidays remember that Dunn’s River Falls and John Crow Mountain National Park are places you must visit!

Jamaica is an all year round holiday destination, except the months between August and October when the hurricane season takes place.

Nightlife

Jamaica holidays offer vibrant nightlife and delicious food. Jamaica’s local cuisine is a must try, which is a mixture of Indian, British and Spanish cuisine with a wide variety of spices. Dance the nights away on your cheap holidays to Jamaica and escape of the anxiety of every day life.

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