BBQ at Jamaica High Commission

We were invited to Jamaica High coimmission in London to enjoy a few rum punches and canapes and watch a shorr presentation about Jamaica

Jamaica is one of the largest islands in the Caribbean, abut the size of Northern Ireland. Of course Jamaica is best known for its beautiful beaches, but it also has the Blue Mountains, famous for Blue Mountain coffee so the scenery is very interesting and diverse

As well as excellent golf courses, Jamaica has some unusual sports and activities which you really wouldn’t expect to find in the Caribbean, dog sledding, bob sledding, river rafting, canopy tours

Jamaica has a wholw range of accommodation from very simple B&B, lovely boutique hotels, huge resorts to really high end de luxe properties so all tastes and budgets are considered .

The best known resorts are Montego Bay, Ocho Rios and Negril but Kingston, Port Antonio and South Coast are growing in popularity

Montego Bay is very lively with lots of good nightlife as well as a very good range of accommodation overlooking a fabulous stretch of beach. Best for young singles and couples

Ocho Rios is most famous for Dunn’s River Falls. It is a cruise port so has shops and a craft market. There are many other things to do there so this would suit families and people who like to get out and do things. Best for families and activity seekers

Negril is the capital of casual, pure relaxation and watching the sunset. Negril is great for honeymoons and couples

We learnt that the infrastructure has developed over the last few years. The journey times to Negril and Ocho Rios have been slashed with the new roads

To learn more about Jamaica or make a booking please contact me

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