Flights to Jamaica
This Caribbean gem is so much more than rum and sandy beaches
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Snap up one of our flights to Jamaica and enjoy the wide mix of attractions this Caribbean destination has on offer. Laze on the white sand beaches of Negril, swim in Montego Bay (Mo' Bay to locals) or stroll through the plentiful coffee plantations. Music is a huge part of Jamaican culture and the island boasts some of the best reggae acts on the planet. It even has its own dedicated festival, Reggae Sumfest, which lights up Mo’ Bay in mid-July. Or head down to Margaritaville, where you'll see steel bands and limbo dancers in most bars and clubs.
Jamaica video guide
See Dunn's River Falls, the Bob Marley Museum, Rio Grande, Doctor's Cave Beach, the Blue Mountains scuba diving, catamaran cruises and more in our video guide to Jamaica.
The Bob Marley Museum
Visit the King of Reggae’s former home and production studio, now transformed into a museum in his memory. While you're there, make sure you try his favourite dish, irie stew, at Bob’s Café. Music fans should also check out some Jamaican beats in Montego Bay. Find out more about Rastafarian Jamaica.
Feel your heart race
For adrenaline junkies, swinging through the jungle on a canopy tour is the way to do it. Or if heights don’t appeal, why not rip through the countryside on a quad bike? We've got more tips for enjoying your holiday on our blog.
Take a dip
Milk River Spa, a naturally radioactive mineral bath, boasts therapeutic powers for those who take the plunge. But don’t be alarmed, the waters are perfectly safe.
Escape the crowds of Mo' Bay and explore the charming fishing village of Treasure Beach. A laid-back atmosphere and spotless shores make it a perfect spot for families and couples. Find more secret beaches on our blog.
One of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world, Dunn’s River Falls is a major attraction. It’s not exactly empty, but the stunning cascades are worth braving the bustle for.
Weather and local info
What will the weather be like?
Before you set off, take a look at our guide to Jamaica's Sangster International Airport.
Minibuses and taxis are the cheapest way of getting around Montego Bay. Route taxis travel set routes and are cheaper than tourist taxis, which are more flexible. We recommend you agree a price before you get into a taxi.
The local currency in Montego Bay is the Jamaican Dollar. The US Dollar is also accepted, although mainly in tourist areas, not across the whole country.
Jamaica has a voltage supply of 110-120 volts, the same as the US. The main plug socket types are North American grounded and non-grounded plugs, but these may require an adapter.