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The island of Jamaica has long been a popular destination with holiday makers and if you are looking for a very relaxed vibe then this is the place for you.
The island has a number of top beach resorts where you can enjoy luxury from the moment you arrive, but there are also other options if you want something a little different. The island has coffee plantations, mountain resorts, rivers and forests that are perfect for that adventure holiday.
One thing that you will never be able to get away from while you are in Jamaica is the music. The birthplace of reggae, Jamaica is filled with music and there are clubs that have live music almost every night. Then you have to make the most of the local cuisine. You can indulge your taste buds in an award-winning restaurant or try one of the street-side vendors. It is also a good idea to try some of the local rum, and there are plenty of places where you can buy this!
The two main coastal resorts in Jamaica are Montego Bay and Negril. The clean, sandy beaches, golf resorts, clear waters and restaurants here attract thousands of visitors every year. Alternatively you could head to the capital of Kingston, a lively town where you can indulge a love of music. If you want to see the quieter and more traditional side of life on the island explore one or two of the fishing villages.
Getting around Jamaica is easy but some of the roads are not in great condition. Car rental is widely considered to be one of the best ways to see and explore the island but if you are driving at night take care because of the road conditions. Jamaica does not have the best road safety record and you should note that when it is time to refuel you need to pay with cash!
To hire a car in Jamaica you will need to be aged at least 25 and have both a valid credit card and a valid driver’s licence. There is an extra tax that is applied to all transactions when hiring a vehicle, but you should be able to arrange car hire easily no matter where you are on the island.
An alternative is to travel by taxi. Always negotiate the price in advance – taxis are supposed to have meters but not all do. Look out for cabs that have a blue Jamaica Tourist Board sticker on the front windscreen as these are assigned to hotels and resorts.