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Highlights in Jamaica

  • Great weather
  • Tropical beaches
  • Family-friendly activities
  • Fantastic seafood
  • Reggae music

Most popular in Jamaica

Pool 1,024
Internet 2,306
Pet allowed 168
Balcony/Terrace 1,250
TV 1,189
Air conditioning 1,955
Garden 1,303
Parking 2,101
Washing machine 1,121

Jamaica Vacation Rentals

Your perfect rental home in Jamaica

Whether you want to stay in the capital Kingston or enjoy a little remote tranquillity we have your perfect vacation rental in Jamaica. In Kingston, we have charming apartments in colonial style city houses or sleekly modern rentals that are perfect for families with their swimming pools and terraces. Head to the tranquil interior of the island and a luxury villa or sun yourself in a rental home next to a tropical beach.

An island adventure with your vacation home

Whether you're planning a family holiday, traveling with a group of friends or celebrating a special occasion you'll find the perfect island retreat with a vacation rental in Jamaica. Every vacation home from bijou apartments to elegant villas is fully furnished and equipped with everything you need for a comfortable stay. All you have to do is move straight in to your rental home and enjoy your island holiday.

Vacationing on Jamaica

Jamaica - an island of varied landscapes

The island nation of Jamaica lies in the Caribbean to the south of {{Cuba}{ID}} and west of {{Hispaniola Island}{ID}}. Originally discovered by the Spanish, Jamaica came under British rule in the 17th-century and is still part of the Commonwealth. Once deeply forested the flora of the island now ranges from bamboo, ebony and mahogany forests to areas of grassland along with cacti and desert plants along the south and southwest coastline.

Arriving in Jamaica

Reflecting its British rule the island is split into three main regions, Cornwall, Middlesex and Surrey Counties. The capital Kingston lies in the easterly Surrey County. Despite its relatively small size, the island supports two busy international airports, one at Kingston and another serving the west of the island at Montego Bay.

The perfect place for 4x4 adventures

While car rentals of all types are widely available on the island a 4x4 makes a good choice. These rugged vehicles are perfect for the variable state of Jamaica's roads and can tackle mountainous areas. They also cope with the more rural roads necessary if traveling north to south on the island. Remember that driving is on the left in Jamaica.

Kingston, Jamaica
Kingston, Jamaica

Activities

Jamaica for the outdoor life

Whatever your chosen outdoor activity, Jamaica will provide it from hiking and snorkeling, to horse riding and golfing. You can even try your hand at bobsledding on Mystic Mountain.

The tropical beaches of Jamaica

With its guaranteed weather and stunning coastlines the beaches of Jamaica are always popular. Head to the north of the island between Ocho Rios and Montego Bay for the best choices. Simply laze around and soak up the sun or take to the water to swim with dolphins, scuba dive or jet-ski.

Getting married in Jamaica

Jamaica is the perfect tropical paradise spot for saying "I Do" whether you want to tie the knot on the beach or in an attractive colonial style building. And, what better place to spend your honeymoon than in a romantic vacation rental.

Falmouth, Jamaica
Falmouth, Jamaica

Top 5 things to do on Jamaica

1. Dunn's River Falls

These famous falls near Ocho Rios tumble down through terraces and lagoons to end on a white sandy Caribbean beach. This attraction is almost as iconic to the island as the reggae music of Bob Marley.

2. The Bob Marley Museum

Whether you're a fan of Bob Marley and reggae or not you'll find plenty to entertain you in Kingston's Bob Marley Museum. It's located in his former home and recording studio.

3. The National Gallery of Jamaica

Whilst in Kingston pop into the island's National Gallery. It focuses on an eclectic mix of local artists and contemporary work.

4. The Kool Running Water Park

Give the kids an unforgettable day out at this huge water park. Enjoy the adventure rides and water slides or take off into space with the Astronaut Experience.

5. James Bond Beach

There's no shortage of beautiful beaches on the island but James Bond Beach is not only a real slice of paradise but also has a water sports center. Scenes from James Bond: Dr. No were filmed on the beach.

Although coconuts, sugar cane and bananas are synonymous with the island none of them are native species. They were all imported to the island to be grown as plantation crops

Useful Information

A touch of the tropics

The island has a tropical climate with hot and humid weather and frequent short-lived downpours of rain. The hurricane season runs from June to September but advance warning systems are well-developed.

Festival fun in Jamaica

Bob Marley week is in February, seven days of food, art, films and, of course, reggae concerts that celebrate his colorful life and music. For the more active, March sees the Jamaica Kiteboard World Cup or for a real flavor of Caribbean carnival, be in Jamaica in August for The National Independence Float Parade and Grand Gala.