With time running slow, relaxing sandy beaches, lush rainforests, astounding waterfalls, and amazing music scene (Reggae lovers put up your hands!)Jamaica is the perfect cure to your trpoical getaway craving. This Caribbean island has almost everything for all varities of travellers, tourists, and backpackers alike– from those seeking resorts and high-class hotels, to a bustling nightlife, a relaxing holiday, or being one of the locals. Jamaica has every one of your wants and needs covered, head to toe! Time your getaway right and experience not just the beautiful beaches, but the local scenery and culture as well.

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Must Do Adventure

  • You can have thrill rafting on bamboo rafts on the serene Maratha Brae River in Falmouth, Jamaica. You can explore the natural flora and fauna of the island through a peaceful guided journey through some of the most spectacular scenes of nature.

    Have Adventurous rafting in the Maratha Brae River, Falmouth
  • Party hard in one of Jamaica’s most famous hot spots. Experience breathtaking sunsets and heart-throbbing cliff jumping in Rick’s café in Negril. Being at the top of a 35-ft high cliff on the far west end of Jamaica, it boasts some of the finest, uninterrupted sunsets in the world. Explore a fun cliff jumping session that typically ends in the cold and refreshing water and make your Jamaica Tour a memorable one. Keep yourself safe with trained lifeguards and security on duty.

    Visit the famous Rick's Cafe, Negril
  • If you are wondering about Jamaica’s most famous natural attractions, then the bioluminescence lagoon is the best of all in Jamaica Tour. Enjoy the magnificent glowing lagoon on the North coast of Jamaica. Observe the microorganisms called dinoflagellates that thrive in the layers where salt and freshwater combine and glow the brightest in shallow, warm water. Departing every night from the glistening waters Marina, you can visit on a ride around the lagoon in the crowded tour boats.

    Explore the gift of nature Bioluminescence lagoon, Falmouth

Bucket List Experience

Montego bay | Bucket List Group Travel

Montego Bay

Montego Bay is affectionately called as MoBay, which is a good point of entry to Jamaica tour. Explore the second-largest airport in Jamaica after Kingston and have adequate direct flights from the US Mobay. Witness the magnificent retreats and picturesque coastline amid the rolling green hills. Relax by playing golf, and it is one of the homes to top golf courses. Visit the bustling downtown to catch a glimpse of the urban Jamaican life. Montego Bay offers numerous fascinating attractions with a decent number of beaches.

Ocho Rios | Bucket List Group Travel

Ocho Rios

Ocho Rios, formerly a fishing town, is now a tiny port town on the north coast of Jamaica. Check out the Dolphin cove, Mystic Moutain, blue hole, and Dunn’s River Falls. Go trekking at the Parish of Saint Ann that is the home of rainforest, rivers, and waterfalls. Do adventurous rafting at the Dunns river and climb to the top. Take a nap at the lovely white-sand beaches and enjoy the breezy air at the shores of the beaches.

Negril | Bucket List Group Travel


If you are wondering for the best Jamaican destination, then arguably, Negril is one of the Jamaican most mind-blowing beach destinations. Party hard in your Jamaica Tour, and enjoy your honeymoon night at Negril. Have a long walk at the seven-mile stretch of beach onto the picturesque seaside cliffs in the West End. Experience the Sunsets that are considered some of the country’s most beautiful and stunning spot. Stay at the caves, which is one of Jamaica’s most romantic escapes, a dramatic Cliffside setting. Experience the island vibes of Jamaican cuisine, music, and white sand beach at the shores of Negril.

Kingston | Bucket List Group Travel


Taste the pure Jamaican culture in the capital city, Kingston. The busy city is home to numerous attractions such as Bob Marley Museum, Emancipation Park, and the National Gallery of Jamaica. Have a look at one of the world’s top coffee-growing spots. Hope Botanical gardens and Zoo Showcases native flora and fauna. Witness the best starting off point for visiting nearby mountains or some of the region’s hot springs. Witness the local music scene and the lovely Rastafarian Culture in Jamaica Tour. Treat yourself to the coconut hydro-scrub massage at Strawberry Hill.

Port Antonio | Bucket List Group Travel

Port Antonio

Port Antonio is Jamaica’s resort town described as a picture-perfect with a panorama of nature’s most beautiful work. Treat yourself with the diverse and laidback offerings of natural beauty and adventure. Experience the fun of bamboo rafting in Rio Grande. Chill out in the Somerset falls on the Jamaica Tour, which is a world-class setting and take a swim and refresh yourself. Have relaxed vibes and the essence of tranquility in the evening in Port Antonio.

South Coast | Bucket List Group Travel

South Coast

Get to know the wonders of Jamaica by touring the South coast. From therapeutic mineral baths to trips to the lovers sea and great historic houses, the South Coast is Jamaica’s best-kept secret. Ride horses along the shores of the southern beach and experience the healing powers of natural mineral baths. Do romancing in the lovers’ leap, known as the romantic spot in Jamaica. Enjoy off-road activities, including cycling amid the mountains, toasting at Floyd’s pelican bar, snorkeling and swimming in the Galleon fish sanctuary, and more.

When to Visit

Peak Season

Go on the Jamaica tour in the month of November to mid-December when the weather is Pleasant

Travel Guide


Jamaica is located in the continent of North America and does not share land borders with any countries

Capital City

Kingston is the capital city of Jamaica

Main Airport

The Norman Manley International Airport in the country's capital city of Kingston is the most important airport in Jamaica.

Language Spoken

English is the official, and the most spoken language of Jamaica is English Creole.


The currency of Jamaica is Jamaican Dollar


Most commonwealth citizens can visit Jamaica for up to 180 days visa-free. Citizens of other countries need a tourist visa or business visa.


In Jamaica, the standard voltage is 110 V, and the frequency is 50Hz. Carry type A and type B plugs for a Jamaica tour.


The WHO and CDC recommend vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B, typhoid, yellow fever, meningitis, rabies, measles, polio, rubella, mumps, Tdap, influenza, pneumonia, shingles, and chickenpox before signing up for the Jamaica tour.

Emergency Calls

Dial 911 for any emergency

FAQs about Jamaica

What is internet access like in the Jamaica?

Wi-F access is available all over the Jamaican hotel for free and data services are available throughout the country

Can I use my mobile/cellphone while in the Jamaica?

Use a quad-band or dual band unlocked GSM mobile phone to make calls in the Jamaica.

What are the toilets like in the Jamaica?

The Jamaica has few public toilets, and most restaurants have a restroom, but many require you to purchase before you can use them.

Can I drink the water in the Jamaica?

Tap water is safe to drink throughout the island except in the most far-flung rural regions.  Bottled water and filtered hotel are also available.

Are credit cards accepted widely in the Jamaica?

Jamaica widely accepts credit and debit cards of American Express, Diners Club, Visa, and MasterCard. Most Jamaican ATMs accept international bank cards, and many banks give credit card cash advances.

What is ATM access like in the Jamaica?

ATM access in the Jamaica is widely available.

What to wear in the Jamaica?

For evenings, Wear your casual apparel such as long shorts or pants and short-sleeved shirts.  /for Dinner at Jamaica tour collared and long pants are best. Pack in your quick-dry clothing to do adventurous rafting in Maratha Brae River.

Is the Jamaica safe for women to travel solo?

The Jamaica is quite safe for women to travel solo but always follow the usual safety precautions, and you should be ok.