Information for Travelers
Jamaica, a Caribbean island nation, offers a lush landscape of mountains, rainforests and reef-lined beaches.
Known as the "cradle of reggae", Jamaica offers travelers a treasure trove of natural gems and a colorful African vibe.
Lively Montego Bay is one of the most popular tourist cities. Many all-inclusive hotel complexes have settled in Montego Bay.
The city is characterized by buildings from the British colonial era, and in Negril, a popular diving and snorkeling area.
Golden beaches, lush mountains, turquoise seas, coral reefs, rainforests and rivers are just some of the island's enviable features.
Ocho Rios is the island's main port of call for cruise ships, and Negril is famous for its long, lazy beach with crystal clear waters and coconut trees.
You can hike and bird-watch in the jungle or dive and snorkel along the reefs.
Nature lovers will find plenty to do in Jamaica.
Jamaica is also known for its many historic plantations, where you can sample tropical fruits and stroll through the grand houses.
In the capital, Kingston, is the Bob Marley Museum, dedicated to the famous singer.
You can tour the former home of reggae legend Bob Marley and explore the city's museums and historic sites.
The country is considered the birthplace of reggae music.
Read about Jamaica in Wikipedia