Cheap Hotels in Jamaica
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Jamaica (North America)
- official Language:
- Local time:
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- A / B
- International Prefix:
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- Urls about Jamaica
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- Montego Bay
- Spanish Town
- Boscobel Aerodrome(OCJ)
- Ken Jones Aerodrome(POT)
- Negril Aerodrome(NEG)
- Norman Manley International Airport(KIN)
- Sangster International Airport(MBJ)
- Tinson Pen Aerodrome(KTP)
Airlines with Hub in Jamaica
- Air Jamaica(JM)
- International AirLink
Cheap Hotels in Jamaica
You can go to Jamaica anytime during the year. Indeed, Jamaica enjoys tropical weather all year long and you can take advantage of the different events to discover Jamaican culture. Since the rainy season lasts from May to October, the busiest period is from December to April, especially during Christmas and Easter.
Moreover, you may want to avoid going during June and November because of the risk of hurricanes.
Direct flight from
You can find direct flights from London Heathrow, Manchester and Gatwick. Please note that there are only 2 airports in Jamaica: Montego Bay and Kingston.
Currency: The currency of Jamaica is the Jamaican Dollar. However, many people use the US dollar.
Flight time: It takes approximately 10 hours from London to Jamaica
Time difference: The time difference is -5 hours from London.
Daily budget: Depending on how you travel, you may want to budget more, but the average is
approximately 20 dollar for dining out and between 40 to 80 dollars per night for a hotel.
Local food: Jamaican cuisine includes a variety of dishes mixing different customs and traditions like Spanish, African, and English...You can find on your plate cod, pork, manioc, and various spices. The local favorites are the “ackee’n saltfish” which is a dish of cod crumbled up with vegetables and “ackee,” a typical fruit of Jamaica. The “Jerk-pork” and the “jerk-chicken” are marinated meat cooked on a barbecue, and the “bammies” is a manioc cake appreciated in Jamaica.
Festivals and Events
April: Orange carnival
August: Independence Day and Reegae Sunsplash (concerts, dances for Reggae and its famous stars near Ochos Rios)
October: Heroes Commemoration Day
December: Christmas and Junkanoo (street festival)
Now you know more information to go to Jamaica and enjoy the beautiful island of Bob Marley. When you are there, don’t forget to hike the Blue Mountain National Park if you like adventure. Visit the Bob Marley Museum and other attractions in Kingston if you want to learn more about Jamaican culture. Relax on the beach and discover the landscape in Ochos Rios if you like the outdoors, and finally go to Montego Bay to dance the night away.
More information on our blog: Read our article on Jamaica: “The Top 4 Things to Do in Jamaica- From Breathtaking Beauty of Jamaica and the Hot Night Life”