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Jamaica Holidays

Jamaica Luxury Long Haul Holidays 2016-2017

Searching for rum punch and reggae beats?

Jamaica Luxury Holidays

OUR TOP 3 FAVOURITE HOLIDAYS IN JAMAICA

Jamaica Inn

Jamaica Inn

This famous hotel offers old-fashioned elegance on one of Jamaica’s best beaches…

Moon Palace Jamaica Grande

Moon Palace Jamaica Grande

This plush pad comes with four pools, five restaurants and a long stretch of sand…

Couples Sans Souci

Couples Sans Souci

Awarded a spot on Condè Nast Traveller's Gold List, this hotel is dripping with luxury…


Jamaica holidays from £803:
departs 28th November 2016 London Gatwick to Montego Bay, Jamaica for 7 nights based on 2 adults sharing at Riu Reggae on an AI basis.
Jamaica Inn from £1430: departs 23rd September 2016 London Gatwick to Ocho Rios, Jamaica for 7 nights based on 2 adults sharing at the Jamaica Inn on a BB basis.
Moon Palace Jamaica Grande from £1179: departs 7th November 2016 London Gatwick to Ochos Rios, Jamaica for 7 nights based on 2 adults sharing at the Moon Palace Jamaica Grande on an AI basis.
Couples Sans Souci from £1129: departs 28th November 2016 London Gatwick to Ocho Rios, Jamaica for 7 nights based on 2 adults sharing at the Couples Sans Souci on an AI basis.

Caribbean good looks

All the Caribbean stereotypes are present and correct in Jamaica. Along the coast, you’ve got white sands fringed by palms, and ramshackle beach bars serving up jerk chicken to Bob Marley beats. Inland, meanwhile, hidden waterfalls, banana plantations and soaring mountains vie for your attention. Best of all, the scenery is served up alongside Jamaica’s famous take-it-easy vibe.

Plenty of history

The island has got its fair share of history, too, thanks to age-old mansions and 18th-century plantations. Rose Hall in Montego Bay is case in point. According to legend, this grand mansion is haunted by the ghost of a white witch. Then there’s Kingston, the island’s capital. The streets here are packed with colonial buildings, and museums that tell the story of its past.

Popular resorts

The main resorts on the island are Montego Bay, Negril and Ocho Rios. In these lively towns, luxury beachfront hotels sit shoulder-to-shoulder with reggae bars, bric-a-brac huts and nightclubs. A sleepier scene, meanwhile, comes courtesy of untouched Lucea and peaceful Runaway Bay. Here, you’ll find virgin beaches and a snail-like pace.