Incredible beaches and a feel-good vibe are just a couple of things you can look forward to on a holiday to Jamaica.
Cruise and stay holidays to Jamaica take you to the original island retreat. The Caribbean country is packed full of tropical scenes – white-sand beaches, swaying palm trees, and beach bars serving up freshly-fallen coconuts. Head inland, meanwhile, and you’ll discover stunning waterfalls and rivers hidden between banana plantations and lofty mountains.
Whether you stay in Jamaica after your cruise, or the other way around, chances are you’ll be checking into a beachfront property with good looks to match its location. The headline resorts, Montego Bay, Negril and Ocho Rios, buzz with activity. Opt for Lucea, Trelawny or Runaway Bay, on the other hand, and you’ll experience Jamaica’s more peaceful side.
Culture & tradition
Jamaica is known for its spicy, traditional cuisine. Jerk chicken is served up in hotel restaurants, beach bars, and roadside shacks alike, and is usually cooled down with an ice-cold bottle of Red Stripe beer. Another of the country’s famous exports is reggae music. And, if you decide to combine your cruise with a stay at our five-star Sensatori Resort Jamaica, you’ll come across an adults-only rum bar dedicated to the godfather of reggae, Bob Marley.
Out & about
When it comes to things to do during your cruise and stay holiday in Jamaica, you’re sure to find something to suit you. Make a splash in the world-famous Dunn’s River Falls, brave the heights of Mystic Mountain, or go croc-spotting on the Black River. If you like things a little less high octane, you can spend lazy days on a catamaran at sea, or go for a spot of high tea in a colonial mansion.
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Negril is a super-chilled town on the westernmost tip of Jamaica where Bob Marley, Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones came to get away from it all. Along its world-famous Seven Mile Beach there’s a row of luxury hotels lined up to north, and smaller, family-run hotels clustered to the south. And if you keep following the coastline around to West End, you’ll find the original hippie vibe still very much alive.
On Jamaica’s northwest corner, midway between the headline resorts of Negril and Montego Bay, is Lucea. This quintessential Caribbean bolthole, wrapped around a horseshoe bay, has been happy to stay out of the limelight. But judging by its guest list of music celebrities and sports stars, that may be about to change.
Montego Bay are two words that have become synonymous with Caribbean paradise. If you’re seduced by bright blue skies, ice-white beaches, and miles of colourful coral reefs, you’re in the right place. And not only does Mo’ Bay, as it’s known, have some of the plushest hotels in Jamaica, but after Kingston it’s Jamaica’s second city, which means it’s bubbling with life, night and day.
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