JAMAICA…a destination of diversity for the discerning traveler2017-07-17
Jamaica has led the way in Caribbean tourism for years, and has cultivated an environment in which visitors from all over the world can enjoy the island’s natural beauty and diverse culture. With its dramatically beautiful coastlines, soaring mountains and rushing waterways, Jamaica is an island of countless natural attractions. Driving around is fascinating. The ever-changing landscape ranges from white-sand beaches as far as the eye can see to tropical jungle deep in the heart of the rain forest, and from verdant hilly regions that may remind you of the English countryside to rugged plains that recall the savannas of Africa. There’s a great deal to explore in Jamaica.
North, south, east or west? Each of Jamaica’s regions has its own distinctive vibe. Take a look and let Jamaica capture your imagination and heart. Come and be swept off your feet. An abundance of pleasure and fun awaits in JAMAICA…the Home of All Right!
Explore our unique island with a moderate climate and a landscape that ranges from tropical rainforest and soaring mountains to rolling meadowland and dramatic coastlines. Jamaica is a land of adventure, sophistication and elegance. Along with the Caribbean’s best sun, sand and sea, this destination has an intriguing history that has created one people out of many, and a culture that is unmistakably Jamaican.
Jamaica’s tourism sector continues to make huge strides with regard to product development. Last year, approximately 3,000 new and refurbished hotel rooms were added to the island’s accommodation stock and in 2017, the destination expects to add more than 1,100 new rooms. Furthermore, it is expected that between 2018 and 2021, the destination will have added more than 12,000 new rooms, spanning the various resort areas. So whether you’re planning a trip with friends, family members or simply to unwind or whether it’s for romance, a wedding, or a honeymoon getaway, you’ll find something to meet your need in the diversity of Jamaica’s resort areas.
For details, go to www.visitjamaica.com