Holiday Resorts in Jamaica
Jamaica Holidays Resorts
Jamaica have eleven major holiday resorts, these include Port Antonio Portland, Montego Bay Saint James, Negril Westmoreland, Kingston Capital of Jamaica, Ocho Rios St. Ann, Discovery Bay St. Ann, Treasure Beach St. Elizabeth, Runaway Bay St. Ann, Mandeville Manchester, Trelawny Cornwall and Boscobel Beach St Mary.
Jamaican hotel resorts cater for the budget holiday crowd to your luxury five star luxuries fit for a king. The hotel resorts are located on the coastline of Jamaica, with golden sandy beaches that are caress by the warm Caribbean Sea and surround by lush tropical rain forest. The beaches are well sheltered by the vibrant color coral reefs, making it ideal for all age to swim in the torques ocean.
Jamaica has been a popular holiday destination and traveling to Jamaica has become more affordable in recent years. Make Jamaica your next travel destination and enjoy the best of this island paradise.
Boscobel Beach Resort is less developed than Ocho Rios and its peaceful idyllic location is perfect for those who want to relax and unwind. Getting away really mean getting away from the hustle and bustle of life and just chill out by the beautiful Caribbean sea surrounded by lust tropical rain forest that stretches for miles. The beaches here are sheltered by coral reefs making perfect for everyone to soak up the warm tropical sun or go swimming in the calm turquoise waters. You can also enjoy the great water sports activities on offer such as deep sea fishing, sailing, jet skiing, parasailing, water skiing and windsurfing.
Falmouth holiday has a mix of great beaches and relaxed atmosphere that attracts couples and families of all ages. Falmouth has some great beaches on either side of the town, which is unspoiled ideal for sun worshipers and watersports enthusiast alike. The golden sand beaches stretch for miles and the water is calm perfect for swimming. The beach back drop is frame by lush tropical vegetation, with miles of golden sand, crystal clear water and hot tropical sunshine, the perfect place to relax.
The City of Kingston is the capital and largest city of Jamaica and is located on the southeastern coast of the island country. It faces a natural harbor protected by the Palisadoes, a long sand spit which connects Port Royal and the Norman Manley International Airport to the rest of the island. Kingston Norman Manley International Airport is located 10 miles from the city of Kingston.
Mandeville lies on a plateau more than 2,000 feet (600m) above the sea in the tropical central highlands of Don Figuerero Mountains. It is little known as a tourist destination but for visitors who have stayed the rolling hills and serenity is most memorable for individuals seeking relax surroundings. Much cooler than the coastal resorts, it's a possible base from which to explore the South Coast.
Montego Bay is located in the parish of St. James on the northwest coast of Jamaica. Montego Bay is the Jamaica main tourist destination with some of the largest resorts hotels in Jamaica. Holidays in Montego Bay are based in and around some of Jamaica largest resorts hotels in and famous holiday resort. The first tourists came here in the 1880's. Since then, this town has been visited by millions of foreigners.
Negril holiday is famous for its seven miles of pristine white sand beach with crystal clear water can be found nowhere else on the island. Negril beaches have safe gently shelving golden sand and are considered the finest beaches in Jamaica. Imagine the breathtaking natural beauty and unique, laid-back spirit of Negril, no where in Jamaica is as laid back. Negril has a carefree, ideal place to meet and make friends with fellow travelers and Jamaicans alike. Visitors to Negril always return time and time again because of world famous sunsets, great Jamaican hospitality and Negril's laid back spirit.
Ocho Rios Resort is a lively tourist orientated town on the north coast of Jamaica. It is located about 66 miles east of Sangster International Airport Montego Bay. Ocho Rios is an ideal location for exploring Jamaica's beaches, famous tourist attractions (including Dunn's River Falls Park, Bob Marley Mausoleum, Fern Gully, Dolphin Cove...), shopping, restaurant and lush surrounding countryside. Holiday accommodations in Ocho Rios are well suited to all visitors ranging from the budget end to more luxury five stars. Most of the major hotels in Ocho Rios holidays are on an all inclusive basis, but those who are looking for villa rental, self catering apartments/hotels and room only are well catered for.
Port Antonio, located on the northeast coast of Jamaica, is one of the most beautiful destinations in this island. Although Port Antonio does not draw as many tourists as other more popular destinations in Jamaica, the town has many points of interest.
A walk through town is a walk in history, with its narrow streets lined with buildings from another era, including the neo-Romanesque Anglican stone church (1840) and the charming gingerbread DeMontevin Lodge (1881), now a popular guest house on Titchfield Peninsula. Fort George (1729) overlooks the harbours, with its cannons pointing out to sea. Just outside of town lie the ruins of Mitchell's Folly, built in 1905 of cement and sea water.
Runaway Bay is located on the north coast of Jamaica, 40 miles east of Montego Bay Sangster International Airport. Runaway Bay is small, quiet and laid back beach resorts. Runaway Bay holidays are based along a four-mile stretch of fine sandy beaches and coves. The hill that forms the back drop of this resort is covered by lush tropical rain forest.
Treasure Beach Jamaica is wonderful honeymoon location. It's about a 2 hour ride from the Sangster International Airport Montego Bay. Treasure Beach area, on the southwest coast of Jamaica, is quickly becoming a popular destination among off the beaten path aficionados. Treasure Beach lies between the Black River and the alligator pond.
Trelawny is a parish located on the northwest section of Jamaica in the county of Cornwall. Its capital is Falmouth. It is bordered by Saint Ann in the east, Saint James in the west, and parts of Saint Elizabeth and Manchester in the south.
In 1770, the wealthy planters in St James and St Ann succeeded in having sections of those parishes become the parish of Trelawny as they were too far from administrative centers. Trelawny was named after William Trelawny, the then Governor of Jamaica. The first capital was Martha Brae located two miles inland from Rock Bay.