Things to do - general

Jamaica is home to beautiful beaches, jerk chicken, sunny days and reggae.

No matter if you are looking for the tourist destination of Montego Bay, the spectacular beaches of Negril or the party atmosphere of Ocho Rios, Jamaica has something for everyone.
Maybe you would like to visit Jamaica by sea. All the major cruise lines stop here for you to enjoy all the wonders Jamaica has to offer.

Country Jamaica
Visa requirements

Visa requirements for Jamaican citizens are administrative entry restrictions by the authorities of other states placed on citizens of Jamaica. In February 2016, Jamaican citizens had visa-free or visa on arrival access to 78 countries and territories, ranking the Jamaican passport 61st in the world according to the Visa Restrictions Index.[1]

Languages spokenEnglish/Jamaican
Currency used$1USD = 1.00JMD US Dollar
Area (km2)With an area of 10,911 sq km (4,244 sq miles), Jamaica is the largest island of the Commonwealth Caribbean and the third largest of the Greater Antilles, after Cuba and Hispaniola. A largely mountainous terrain reaches 2,256m (7,402ft) at the Blue Mountain Peak in the east, descending westward in a series of ridges and forested ravines. Over 1,000km (621 miles) of coastline offers fine beaches in the north and west. At its greatest extent, Jamaica is 235km (146 miles) long with a width that varies between 35 and 82 km (22 and 51 miles). The island is a quarter the size of Estonia, half the size of the Scottish Highlands, roughly the same size of the American state of Connecticut

Sports & nature

Come alive and discover the island

From hiking to the misty Blue Mountain tops, to horseback riding on the beach and warm river swims, explore our Jamaica the way you want to and find its spirit.


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Nightlife info

Nightlife in jamaica

After-dark Jamaican entertainment ranges from the sophisticated to hedonistic. As the home of Bob Marley, live reggae music can be found throughout the island. There are also regular street dances and steel bands in most towns and villages. Torch-lit limbo dancers and fire-eaters often form a part of frequent folkloric parades. Calypso, jazz, rock, soca, reggae and many other styles of music can be found in a host of neon-lit nightclubs. The Jamaica Tourist Board's 'Meet the People' evenings offer a chance to interact with the locals throughout the island. Contact the tourist office in Kingston, Montego Bay, Ocho Rios or Port Antonio.

Culture and history info

Come and see where it all began

From Columbus' discovery of Jamaica to the history of Falmouth and Ian Fleming’s James Bond stories, immerse yourself in what makes us who we are today.

Like everything else about us, we have our own unique art styles. Our rich history and influences have blended together to inspire remarkable visual art that is among the best the Caribbean has to offer.

Beaches Ocho Rios

Beaches Ocho Rios

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