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Jamaica vacations

Jamaica

Your Jamaica vacation

Jamaica is a wake-up call to the rest of the world, a constant reminder to pause, enjoy and indulge. Jamaicans' sense of irie is palpable in the swaying reggae beats, the spicy curried goat and the rushing waters of Dunn's River Falls. Along those rustic beaches – as native son Bob Marley sang – don't worry 'bout a thing.

While your excitement mounts for your upcoming Jamaica vacation, let Orbitz help you with the planning. We'll share our top 10 attractions, the best time to go and insider tips.

  • Jamaicans enjoy tropical temperatures year-round, but May, October and November are rainier months, and some portions of the country are stormier than others. Hurricane season runs from June to November, so keep abreast of forecasts in advance.

    If budget is a factor, plan your visit from May to November, when hotel rooms are generally cheaper. Holidays such as Christmas, Easter, and spring break come with higher prices.

  • Coffee

    Before the end of your trip, pick up a bag of coffee at the Mavis Bank Coffee Factory. Its Blue Mountain beans are some of the most robust you've ever tasted.

  • Dunn's River Falls tip

    If you're planning a pilgrimage to Dunn's River Falls, make sure you pack the proper gear: extra clothes and water shoes with good grips.

  • Plantation tour

    Relive 17th-century Jamaica on a working plantation. Prospect Plantation offers open-air jitney tours through 1,000 acres blossoming with coconuts, bananas, cassava, coffee plants and sugar cane. You can even feed the ostriches and pet the camels.

  • Family-friendly resort

    Go ahead—bring the kids. At Franklyn D Resort & Spa in Montego Bay, every family gets a nanny.

  • Swim-out suites

    Turn up the heat on your couples' vacation. The swim-out suites at Secrets Wild Orchid Montego Bay allow sweethearts to wade in the privacy of their own room-side pool.

Jamaica Vacation Packages

Hotel only $316

1 Riu Ocho Rios All Inclusive

3 stars
3.9 / 5 476 reviews

Mamie Bay Map

50% OFF

The Riu Ochos Rios is a five-star Jamaican resort owned and operated by the Spanish-based Riu hotel chain. Overlooking the Caribbean Sea and surrounded by lush green woodland and gushing waterfalls, the hotel showcases the best of both worlds - open-air beachfront luxury... More

Hotel only $257

2 Riu Negril All Inclusive

3 stars
3.8 / 5 311 reviews

Norman Manley Blvd. Map

$35 Spa Credit Per Person

On the extensive beach of Bloody Bay approximately 32 miles southwest of Montego Bay airport, lies the all-inclusive Riu Negril, an authentic oasis of tranquility set in extraordinary natural surroundings. The 420-room beachfront property, offers an experience like no... More

Hotel only $130

3 The Knutsford Court Hotel

3 stars
3.7 / 5 30 reviews

16 Chelsea Avenue Map

The Knutsford Court Hotel a breath of fresh air in New Kingston, Jamaica, offering a relaxed atmosphere in a tropical setting, catering to business and leisure travelers alike. The 147 rooms and suites come with flat screen cable TV's, alarm clock radios, work desk, iron... More

Hotel only $486

Secrets St James Hotel Montego Bay sits out on a secluded Jamaican peninsula, with interiors decorated in a timeless British Colonial airbed canopies, candlelit tables and parlors decked out with flowers and floor-to-ceiling drapes. From the moment you're welcomed with a... More

5 Grand Bahia Principe Jamaica All Inclusive

4 stars
3.9 / 5 538 reviews

Coppers P.O. Box 106 - Runaway Bay Map

502% OFF SUMMER SALE

If you're looking for a unique hotel in Jamaica, the Grand Bahia Principe Jamaica – All Inclusive in Runaway Bay is one you will love. Along with a beachside setting and Victorian-style architecture, beautiful bay views and many water activities are included. Set on... More

Hotel only $110

6 Fishermans Point Resort

3 stars
2.3 / 5 26 reviews

Turtle Beach Road Map

The budget friendly Fisherman's Point Resort is ideally located for guests wishing to get out and explore the beauty and attractions of Ocho Rios. The resort is just steps from Turtle Beach, where visitors lounge or participate in a variety of water sports. Also within... More

Hotel only $125

7 Negril Treehouse Resort

3 stars
3.9 / 5 32 reviews

Norman Manley Boulevard Map

  The Negril Treehouse Resort provides its guests with fresh seafood, sand, and tropical luxury. Situated on the tranquil white sands of the seven miles beach, this hotel is the place for picturesque views of beautiful sunsets and blue waters. Take a dip in the... More

Hotel only $185

8 Spanish Court Hotel

4 stars
4.4 / 5 41 reviews

1 St. Lucia Avenue Map

The Spanish Court Hotel is an exciting new addition to Kingston's hotel accommodations. Through its 'Real style', 'Real Service' approach the hotel offers a landmark Spanish styled exterior with a contemporary zen like interior and sky terrace with stunning a glass mosaic... More

Hotel only $495

9 Iberostar Rose Hall Suites All Inclusive

4 stars
4.4 / 5 274 reviews

Rose Hall Main Road, Montego Bay - Little River P.O. Map

9% OFF PER NIGHT

The Iberostar Rose Hall Suites is a 5-star, all-inclusive, suites-only hotel named after the nearby Rose Hall Great House - a Georgian style plantation mansion allegedly home to Annie Palmer, the legendary 'white witch of Rose Hall'. Spooky tales aside, the hotel itself... More

Hotel only $155

10 Royal Decameron Club Caribbean - All Inclusive

3 stars
3.7 / 5 106 reviews

Main North Coast Road Map

The regular evening entertainment and daily activities on offer make the Royal Decameron Club Caribbean a fun and exciting place to stay. Because of its all-inclusive deal, access to drinks and food is unlimited, providing peace of mind about possible holiday... More

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  • Kingston

    If you like your cities rough and tumble, make a pilgrimage to Kingston, Jamaica's capital and the epicenter of reggae. Urban, open-minded travelers are in for the country at its most colorful, from shantytowns to sizzling nightlife. But keep your wits about you when sampling cultural hangouts, including tourist destinations like the Bob Marley Museum.

  • Runaway Bay

    A popular spot for honeymooners and fans of all-inclusive vacations, Runaway Bay is ideal for travelers who plan not to stray far from their resort. Well-rounded properties such as Gran Bahia and Breezes sport impeccable pools and kid's clubs. Offsite, guests find familiar Jamaican themes like casual eateries serving curried goat and Jerk chicken, and open-air bars playing live reggae.

  • Long Bay Beach

    When the sun rises and the breezes kick in, beachcombers flock here to seize the low-key lifestyle that Jamaicans are known for. The arc-shaped beach fronts aquamarine waters, where canoers and surfers ride foamy crests. Landlubbers explore the turf for artisan-made crafts, herbal medicines and that perfect poison: the local rum.

  • Rick's Cafe

    Even after multiple hurricanes destroyed the gathering spot entirely, locals maintained their sunny outlook and vowed to rebuild. The current structure is a testament to the Jamaican spirit, where the locals gather religiously for cocktails and sunsets. And the food -- like the famous broiled lobster -- is fresh and positively Jamaican. Watch fellow patrons dive off a 35-foot platform into the Caribbean. Like reggae, it's a longstanding tradition.

  • Montego Bay

    Montego Bay, the second largest city in Jamaica, welcomes a steady stream of honeymooners and beach via the country's busiest airport. With low-lying mountains and picturesque beaches, the area is dotted with all-inclusive properties, authentic eateries and some of the best rum ever to cross your lips. Speaking of spirits, explore the Appleton Estate, an age-old rum distillery that gifts every visitor with a free bottle.

  • Negril

    This Jamaican beach town is the go-to oasis for topless beaches and adults-only resorts. Luxurious, all-inclusive properties on the north set the scene for romance, while smaller, boutique-style properties on the West End epitomize Jamaican irie. Savor the jagged cliffs and Seven Mile Beach, a former hippie haunt and one to capture on your digital camera.

  • Bob Marley Museum

    Bob Marley is to Jamaica what Elvis is to America: In Kingston, his former home and studio is a shrine to reggae – complete with Rastafarian murals and a movie depicting his life. Walls detail his rise to fame, while a cafe and juice bar dish up tropical eats and drinks with flair. Bring back a piece of Bob's legacy, whether that's a trinket, t-shirt or CD at the gift shop.

  • Dunn's River Falls

    Standing on the slippery rocks of Dunn's River Falls, you'll see waters spill into the Caribbean Sea -- the same spot where the English and Spanish battled in 1657. This major Jamaican attraction doubles as a prime photo op. Just walking through the thunderous, ice-cold blasts is a feat to be shared, especially with a travel companion.

  • Treasure Beach

    One afternoon on Treasure Beach could very well tempt you to stay for good. Focused on the basics -- sand, surf and beachfront bars -- Treasure Beach is known countrywide as community of fishermen and farmers who enjoy very little rainfall and bragging rights to Bob Marley, who was born there. Stay at Jake's Place, a bohemian hotel offering beachfront shacks, and you'll see what it means to be Jamaican.

  • Ocho Rios

    As a large port of call and hotel destination, Ocho Rios is ever the busy host. The one-time fishing village in the parish of St. Ann now bustles with cruise goers and street vendors. Stick to the beachfront strip, where palm trees and water sports keep the focus on R&R. Fun fact: Ian Fleming, the man behind James Bond, took up residence near Ocho Rios in an estate he named Goldeneye.

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