Rent An Apartment Or House In Jamaica

Are you planning to travel to Jamaica for your vacation this year? If you are planning on staying in Jamaica for more than a few days or if you are traveling with small children, or several family members, or a large group of friends then you should think about renting a small villa or a townhouse in Jamaica instead of staying in a hotel.

Jamaica Beach Scene

Jamaica Beach Scene

Hotels can be extremely expensive, especially during the summer months when the tourists are out in full force. Staying in a hotel for more than a few days can be uncomfortable too. And if you’re traveling with small children or a large group of people then hotels can be too cramped to accommodate everyone in the party. It makes a lot more sense to rent an apartment, a villa, or a small house for the duration of your trip.

Think of how much more comfortable you and your family or friends will be staying in a cozy home instead of a cold hotel. For the same price or less than renting several hotel rooms you and your party can stay in a vacation rental that will have all the same amenities as a hotel but will be a lot more comfortable. You can even get vacation rental homes and apartments that are right on the beach.

Many people buy single family homes or small houses and apartments and rent them for a week, a month or the entire summer to tourists who are coming to Jamaica to spend some time in the luxurious tropical weather that the island is famous for. Many of these vacation rentals provide laundry service and house cleaning service just like you would get at a hotel but you get the comfort of staying in a home.

Renting a vacation home or apartment can also save you money because you can find a local grocery store or market and buy groceries so that you can cook your meals instead of eating out for every meal. Health conscious travelers will be much happier cooking their own meals than eating high calorie or high fat restaurant fare at every single meal while on vacation.

Many vacation rentals also have laundry facilities that you can use so that you can pack less clothing to bring with you and you can wash whatever you need to during the trip. You will only need to bring one set of summer clothing and you can buy whatever else you need to wear and bring them back with you.

If you are traveling with small children then you will appreciate the cozy atmosphere of a vacation rental because your children can maintain a semi-normal schedule in a real home that would be difficult to maintain in a hotel.

Renting a vacation home or apartment can also be a great way to set up a home base during your vacation. There are a lot of fun things to see and do in Jamaica and renting a home will give you a central point that can act has a hub and information center when everyone in your group is off doing their own thing.

If you look around carefully you can find very good deals on vacation home rentals, especially if you plan your vacation during the off season.

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Take A Relaxed Spring Break In Jamaica

Jamaica offers not one but two popular spring break destinations: Negril and Montego Bay. The choice is yours — the rustic, relaxed atmosphere at the so-called “capital of casual” Negril, or a quicker-paced city experience in Montego Bay. Whatever your choice, you are almost guaranteed a relaxing and laid-back vacation from classes and the stresses of real life. Spring break is all about having fun and being with people you care about, and of endless fun-filled vacation days and nights.

Jamaica - Silhouette Bikini Girl

At the Sunset Beach, Montego Bay you’ll find a resort/spa which has something to for everybody. Playful and exciting, you’ll splash your way through the magnificent, new Pirate’s Paradise water park – with twists, turns, rides and slides for all ages. Alternatively, simmer in the beachfront giant hot tub, or stroll through the tropical gardens. Spend a day pampering yourself with a treatment at the spa or release some of that pent up study energy on one of the many water sport activities available at the resort.

This once sleepy little fishing village called Negril has become a favored vacation spot since the sixties. Negril is known for it’s spectacular sunsets and tropical island flavor. One such place you can find this is at the Shields Negril Villas, Negril with this friendly, family operated hotel. This inexpensive hotel is located right on the beach and not to far a walk to all the action. Shields sports a swim up pool bar, as well as the lower deck it has an upper deck for sun tanning, a beachfront restaurant and very spacious rooms.

There are excellent water and extreme sports to be enjoyed in Jamaica which are great for a spring break vacation. One option is the Free Scuba Diving at Falmouth. Starting in 30 to 40 feet of water, the wall off Falmouth runs within a half-mile of shore. Chubb Castle, a Falmouth favorite, starts shallow, its top decorated with soft corals and basket sponges and its wall strung with rope sponges and black corals. A chimney, dropping from 35 to 90 feet, leads to even more tunnels and caves. Apart from the exhilaration of the dive, the sights will be something to remember long after graduation.

If it’s an activity in the water, whether surfing, windsurfing, paragliding or jet skiing, you’ll find there’s an opportunity to take part in it in Jamaica. Many of the hotels have their own activity staff trained to teach guests to use the equipment, and have equipment for hire so that guests can enjoy the sports during their vacation. The daytime activities at the beach, followed by the exuberant nightlife make Jamaica a great alternative to Spring Break in Florida!

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What Can The US/CDN Embassy In Jamaica Do For You

Well first of all, the US/CDN Embassy in Jamaica needs to know that you’re there! When traveling abroad, especially to countries where weather can be a little unpredictable, or civil unrest occurs, or even if you’re visiting a country where there’s a large percentage of the country off the traditional tourist map. It’s always a good idea to alert the US/CDN Embassy (if you’re American or Canadian – nationals of other countries should use this information as a guide but contact their own appropriate Embassy) of your arrival and departure dates. This way the Embassy can keep an approximate total of how many of their nationals are in the country should some emergency occur. You can register your Jamaica travel dates online or at your nearest US/CDN Embassy office.

Other than registering your presence in Jamaica, the only other contact you are likely to have with the American or Canadian Embassy is if you find yourself in some kind of trouble. This could be with regard to your health if you have a major medical issue – especially if it requires your immediate return to the US or Canada, or it crosses some form of bureaucratic minefield – or if you find yourself the victim of a crime. If some form of national emergency is declared during your vacation, the US/CDN Embassy staff will advise you on what to do.

Even though you are not likely to have contact with the Embassy at all during your vacation, it’s like having an insurance policy. You hope you don’t need it, but you have the peace of mind that if something goes drastically wrong, there’s support available to get you home safe.

One of the most common reasons for tourists to come in contact with the US/CDN Embassy in Jamaica would be if they’ve lost their passport, or had it stolen. A missing passport should also be reported to the local authorities but the Embassy will help get you through the necessary paperwork in order to be allowed re-entry into the US.

You can find US Embassy staff located at the following addresses:

US Embassy, Kingston, Jamaica

US Embassy, Kingston, Jamaica

Consular Section of the U.S. Embassy,
142 Old Hope Road,
Liguanea,
Kingston,
Jamaica

Consular Agency,
St. James Place,
2nd Floor,
Gloucester Avenue,
Montego Bay,
Jamaica

You can find the CDN Embassy staff located at the following address:

High Commission of Canada in Kingston

Canadian Embassy, Kingston, Jamaica

Canadian Embassy, Kingston, Jamaica

3 West Kings House Road
Waterloo Road Entrance
Kingston
Jamaica
Phone Local: (876) 926.1500
International: +1.876.926.1500
Fax Local: (876) 511.3493
International: +1.876.511.3493
Email: kngtn@international.gc.ca
Website: http://jamaica.gc.ca

 

 

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When The Sun Goes Down Over Montego Bay

When the Sun Goes Down over Montego Bay, Jamaica what would you like to do? You’ve had a great day in the sun. You’ve taken part in watersports, strolled around the market, considered taking a boat trip the next day, and it’s time for bed – or is it? Just because the sun has set over Montego Bay doesn’t mean it’s time to retire for the night!

Montego Bay

Many places in Jamaica are open until the early hours of the morning, so muster your energy and try one of the following for a taste of Jamaican nightlife, Montego Bay style!

The number-one nightspot in Montego Bay is a two-in-one restaurant, Marguerite’s Seafood by the Sea and Margueritaville Sports Bar & Grill, Gloucester Avenue, situated just across from the Coral Cliff Hotel. It specializes in moderately priced seafood and margaritas served on a breezy terrace overlooking the sea. The sports bar and grill features a 33m (110-ft.) Hydroslide, live music, satellite TV, a sun deck, a CD jukebox, and a straightforward menu of seafood, sandwiches, pasta, pizza, salads, and snacks. The open-air room contains four bars, several big-screen televisions and a dance floor overlooking the water. Food is very Americanized and includes pizza, hamburgers and sandwiches. If you haven’t had enough water for the day, enjoy the waterslide and hot tub out back. Theme nights include a Red Stripe fest as well as Karaoke and bikini contests.

Hurricane’s Disco situated High in the confines of the Breezes Montego Bay Resort. For something other than reggae music, listen to upbeat dance music within this tiny, but fun club. A crowded bar entices you with frozen daiquiris, ice cold Red Stripe and premium liquors. Admission is a little higher than other places, but drinks are included in the price!

Royal Stocks- English Pub and Steakhouse: A little piece of England in upscale Half Moon Mall, this authentic pub and eatery is ideal for small functions such as weddings of 100 or less. Owner Steve calls the building style, “European castle/fairytale.” Also come in for the truly great food. House specialties include steaks, seafood, Caesar salads, and of course fish-and-chips. The restaurant is wedged between two five-star properties, The Ritz Carlton and Half Moon Hotel.

If a nightclub is more your scene, try Pier 1 on a Friday night. The Brewery and Aquasol Theme Park also have DJs of note from time to time so check out what’s happening locally once you arrive in Montego Bay.

Although nightlife in Montego Bay is at a slower pace than in other Jamaican cities, such as Negril, there’s still plenty to keep you busy until you’re ready to call it a day!

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Soak Up The Local Color On Your Jamaica Vacation

You are going to Jamaica for a vacation so you just have to soak up the local color of Jamaica. There are so many fun things to do and see when you’re in Jamaica. When you’re there make sure that you take the time to really experience some of the local culture. The Jamaican people have a rich and interesting history and culture and it would be a shame if you didn’t experience some of that when you’re there. One of the best ways to experience local culture while you’re in Jamaica is to get out of the hotel and visit some of the local attractions.

Obviously you need to be a little concerned about safety but if you are careful you should be able to head out on your own and not be at risk of having your wallet stolen or having something like that happen to you. Always be aware of your surroundings and of the people around you.

You could try to eat in some of the local restaurants for starters. Jamaica has some wonderful traditional dishes that combine the flavors of African, Chinese, American, European and Indian cooking. Jamaican food also is known for its freshness. Since Jamaican food consists mainly of local, unprocessed fruits and vegetables, spices, and seafood with very little red meat Jamaican food is very healthy. Eating local food and trying local flavors is a great way to experience some of the Jamaican culture.
Another great way to experience the Jamaican culture is to find some local music clubs and listen to some local music. Reggae is the most well known Jamaican music. Reggae comes from Jamaica so you will hear Reggae everywhere but you have probably never heard traditional Reggae unless you have spend some time in Jamaica before. You will have an entirely new appreciation for Reggae music after hearing it played by traditional Reggae musicians in Jamaica.

During the day a fun way to experience local culture is to find a local market. There are many famous marketplaces in Jamaica like the Arts and Crafts market in Kingston where you will find some of the best examples of traditional Jamaican arts and crafts. More than just great souvenirs or gifts for loved ones pieces of traditional Jamaican artwork are a great way to learn about the history and culture of Jamaica. It is most likely that you will be buying the piece directly from the person who made it and that person can tell you a lot about the history of the craft and how the item was made. Sometimes you can sit and watch craftsmen carving, weaving, or doing other traditional crafts.

Jamaica has some wonderful local culture and you should definitely try to experience as much of it as you can. In Jamaica most people speak Patois, which is a blend on English and African and has the same rhythm as Creole speech that can be found in Louisiana. It can be hard to understand Patois at first but if you make an effort to pick up a few words or phrases of Patois the local people that you deal with will greatly appreciate it.

Jamaican culture also is very respectful so you should be extra polite to people you encounter while you’re on vacation. Respect for the elderly is expected and you would be wise to address the elderly as “sir” or “ma’am” while you’re there.

Your vacation will be so much more enjoyable if you get out and really experience the rich and vibrant culture of Jamaica.

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Things To Do Outside Montego Bay, Jamaica

If you are staying in Montego Bay but feel like leaving the beach or getting out of the city for a while there are some really interesting places to visit just outside Montego Bay. You can either rent a car, or check if there are official regular excursions available. Some of the attractions include:

Montego Bay Undersea Tours

The “Coral Sea” may resemble a submarine but it’s actually a boat with an air conditioned underwater viewing cubicle six feet under the surface where you can sit in comfort and as the natural underwater world travels alongside you. Coral, hundreds of different fish, turtles, and sting rays will be amongst the colorful sealife you’ll see in its natural environment.

Belvedere Estate

Belvedere is a family-owned estate set on one thousand acres of land just minutes away from Montego Bay. This was one of the first sugar cane plantations in Jamaica and is still a working estate. The owner has opened Belvedere to the public so that touristsl can share the natural beauty of the estate’s rivers and waterfalls, its ruins and exotic plants and birds.

Rocklands Bird Sanctuary

A visit to Rocklands Feeding Station in Anchovy, only minutes away from Montego Bay, is a must for all bird lovers and bird watchers. Feeding time is 4 pm so if you’re interested in seeing this, don’t be late – but you should check locally for any schedule time changes.

Falmouth

To the east of Montego Bay lies the sleepy town of Falmouth. This was once the social capital of the island and one of its major commercial centers. You can find evidence of its past splendor in the architecture, not only of the unusual old church and court or town house but also in many of the old Georgian dwelling houses. Falmouth has its share of tourist attractions so it should be included on your list of possible places to visit.

Glistening Waters

Just beyond Falmouth lies Rock where you’ll find the amazing Luminous Lagoon. It’s one of the most spectacular wonders to be found in Jamaica. If possible, schedule your trip for after dark and take a boat ride from Glistening Waters Maria. The water is luminous when agitated and you can see the outlines of fish and streaks of light as they swim around. Words fail to do it justice to this great sight. This is one site not to be missed!

Although there’s plenty to do and see in Montego Bay itself, make space in your itinerary for an excursion or two just outside the city – it’s worth the effort!

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Romantic Vacations in Montego Bay, Jamaica

Romantic Vacations in Montego Bay, Jamaica

Jamaica is a very romantic place and Montego Bay is just the place to go for a romantic vacation. Montego Bay can be easily be the tourist capital of Jamaica, but having said that there’s still plenty of possibility to have a romantic vacation or plan a wedding in Montego Bay. There are some great resorts and hotels which offer complete privacy, personal beach spots so that you can sit and have sunbathe with your partner without being disturbed.

Montego Bay has a vast coast line where you can indulge in various adventure sports like wind surfing, scuba diving etc – some activities such as sailing, rafting or fishing you could even do together. When the activities and beach start to become a little tiring you can always walk hand-in-hand around the shopping areas such as the City Center Plaza and Crafts market.

Other romantic activities that couples can consider on their Montego Bay vacation are:

Chukka Blue Adventure Tours

Situated at Blue Hole, Sandy Bay, this company offers a horseback-riding tour through an ancient sugar estate. The tour meanders for two and a half hours through the picturesque Jamaican landscape and finishes with a dip in the sea (horse and all). First class horses, and equipment as well as experienced guides will ensure a memorable experience for all.

Rose Hall Beach Club

They call themselves the water sports capital of Jamaica and they’re probably right! Name any water sport and they have it: waterskiing, wave runners, para-sailing, kayaking, diving, fishing, snorkeling, and hydro-speeding, the list goes on. If you and your partner are water sports fans and would like to learn any of the above, this place is a must for you.

Tours to Cuba

If you want to add a little more to your Jamaican vacation, Vacation Outlet and Tropical Tours can add a Latin flavor to your holiday with a side trip to Cuba which lies a mere 90 miles from Jamaica’s north coast. Adding a little traditional salsa in your step, you can tour historic Havana, and be back in Jamaica by nightfall with a daytrip excursion!

Montego Bay offers a wonderful destination for a romantic vacation, whether you want to build memories of experiencing new things together, to just lie in the sand dreaming of a future together or to have your wedding and/or honeymoon.

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Traveling To Jamaica On A Budget

Traveling To Jamaica On A Budget

Traveling to Jamaica on a budget, can you really do that? Think that you can’t swing a tropical vacation this year because money is tight? There are lots of ways that you can trim costs so that you can still afford to have a nice tropical vacation in Jamaica.

The first thing you can do to save money on your vacation plans is to get a bunch of friends or family member to go with you. The single biggest expense when you go on vacation is somewhere to stay. If you can find other people who want to go and are willing to share the cost of a place to stay then your biggest obstacle when it comes to being able to afford a great Jamaican vacation is removed. If you have three or more people going with you then renting a house or a condo is going to be more affordable then staying in a hotel.

If you are renting a house or condo you can also save money on food because you can buy some groceries at a local market and cook at home rather than eating out at every meal. If you can’t afford the cost of a fractional ownership or a condo rental look on websites like Craigslist to see if you can find someone willing to swap their apartment or home in Jamaica with your home or apartment for a week or so. Lots of people have had great success finding a free place to stay by networking online.

Airfare is usually the second largest expense when planning a vacation. Do you think that you won’t be able to save money on airfare? Think again. If you look online and compare airline prices online you can end up getting a great deal on airfare. It does take some diligence and some time to look online and compare prices. You need to be ready to buy the ticket as soon as you find a great deal because that deal won’t be around very long. If you put some effort into it you can find some very low prices on airfare by looking at the rates for different airlines and booking a ticket online.

Sometimes it’s cheaper to book a one way ticket so if round trip airfare is too much for your vacation budget look at the cost of booking a one way ticket to get there and another one way ticket to get back. This is a very good thing to do if you are planning on staying more than a week in Jamaica. You can also buy a one way ticket to get to Jamaica and try to fly standby on the way back to save money. Jamaica is an island so there is really no other way to get there except to fly so if you can’t find a great deal on airfare you will just have to pay the cost of the airfare and save money in other ways to make up for that expense. There are lots of other ways that you can save money on traveling so don’t think that your vacation budget is blown if you need to pay full price for airfare.

Traveling to Jamaica on a budget doesn’t mean you can’t have any fun. There is always something to do in Jamaica and is dosen’t have to cost you an arm or a leg. Once you have managed to get to Jamaica, just lay back and enjoy the sun and beaches the rest is easy.

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Surprise Your Family With A Vacation To Jamaica

Surprise Your Family With A Vacation To Jamaica

Do you want to surprise your family with a great family vacation this year? Take the whole family on a trip to Jamaica. Jamaica is a great place for a family vacation because there are so many activities that families can do together. You can always go swimming and fishing and boating in the gorgeous warm Caribbean waters or you can go horseback riding, play tennis, play golf and more. If your family is more into the outdoor sports you can go hiking, mountain climbing, or rock climbing up in the Blue Mountains. No matter how old or young your kids are they won’t get bored on a family vacation in Jamaica.

Jamaica Beach Family Scenes

If you are thinking of heading to Ochos Rios, one of the larger cities in Jamaica you have to take the family to see Dunn’s Falls. With a drop of more than 600 feet Dunn’s Falls is very impressive. You can climb hewn rock stairs and then take a dip in the water underneath the falls. Your kids will love being able to swim under the falling water.

Another great attraction for families is Dolphin Cove. Dolphin Cove is also located in Ochos Rios and can be a life changing event for a child that loves animals. At Dolphin Cove you learn about dolphins, see them in their natural habitat, and you and your family can even swim with the dolphins, pet them and feed them too. Children who are interested in marine life will love the chance to swim with the dolphins in Dolphin Cove.

If you want your children to see a bit of history while on vacation in Jamaica head over to Montego Bay and you can take a tour of The Cage, a prison that in the 18th century was used to imprison runaway slaves and pirates. You can also take a tour of the famous St. Johns Parish Church. If you want to some family shopping head to the Arts and Crafts Market in Kingston where you can get great handmade local clothing, carvings, jewelry and other items that make great souvenirs and great items to bring back home for your friends and family.

The best part of going on a family vacation in Jamaica is getting to spend some quality time as a family doing fun things. There are so many activities it can be hard to fit them all in but make sure that you leave time to spend playing on the beach or taking a walk as a family so that you can use your family vacation as a chance for all of your to reconnect and feel like a family again.

To cut down on stress and hassle choose an all inclusive hotel or resort so that all your meals will be included in the price of the rooms and you don’t have to hem and haw over the cost of meals or where to eat. You can also get help from the concierge getting tickets for local attractions or finding out where the best local fishing is.

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The Best Time To Travel To Jamaica

The Best Time To Travel To Jamaica

What is the best time of the year to travel to Jamaica? What is the best season to travel to Jamaica? These are just a couple of the questions you need to ask yourself. Some place are better to travel to at certain times of the year. If you travel in the off season you can get better rates at the hotels and motels. Jamaica is famous for having gorgeous sunny and warm weather most of the year. That is one of the main reasons that people like to vacation in Jamaica.

Beach Scenes

If you’re making travel plans to visit Jamaica you’re probably trying to find out what the best time of the year is to visit Jamaica so that you can make the most of your vacation. Well, what the best time of year is depends on what you like to do.

If you want to sit on a beach with a cold drink and bask in the warm sun for a few days then the best time to plan a trip to Jamaica is during the summer months when the temperature is usually between 80 and 90 degrees every day. July and August are months that Jamaica has the warmest temperatures and those are also the most popular months for vacations so if you plan on taking a vacation during July or August be prepared to pay more for things like hotels, food, and airfare then you would if went at another time.

Even during the coldest month of the year, February, Jamaica’s average temperature is in the 70’s usually so there is really not a bad time to take a vacation in Jamaica. If you are planning on going up into the Blue Mountains it will be colder than it will be on the rest of the island. Usually the coldest temperatures that Jamaica has are in the 40’s at night in the Blue Mountains.

If you want to avoid the rain then don’t plan your vacation in the fall months of October, November or December. May can sometimes be rainy also so if you want to lessen the chances of your vacation getting rained out try to avoid traveling to Jamaica during those rainy months.

A lot of people worry about hurricanes because Jamaica sits directly in the hurricane belt. Hurricane season is usually from June until November. It’s very rare for any one island in the Caribbean to get hit directly with a hurricane so when you’re planning your vacation don’t think that you need to avoid going to Jamaica during the summer months in case of a hurricane. There’s a better chance that the weather in Jamaica will be gorgeous during that time than there is that the island will be hit by a hurricane.

If you’re really concerned about what would happen if a hurricane hit during your vacation you can purchase vacation insurance through a travel agent so that you would get your money back if you had to cancel your vacation or if you got stuck on the island. Vacation insurance also covers the cost of things non refundable airfare if you have to cancel a trip or if the weather forces the airline to cancel a flight.

If you have to book your vacation more than three months in advance purchasing vacation insurance is a smart move so that you don’t get stuck paying hundreds of dollars for airfare and a hotel if your plans suddenly change or if the weather is bad and the vacation needs to be cancelled.

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