Magical moments are waiting to be enjoyed in this sublime destination, with luxurious accommodation and incredible attractions combining to create an experience that will be cherished by all.
With this in mind, here’s a taste of the fun that awaits you on a scintillating seven-day holiday in Jamaica.
This enchanting island is home to a variety of splendid hotels and resorts, offering luxury accommodation, impeccable hospitality and irresistible cuisine.
On arrival, you should get to know your surroundings and take advantage of the fabulous facilities.
Spend your first day relaxing by the pool and sampling the delights on offer at the restaurants and bars.
This is the perfect opportunity to switch fully into holiday mode and contemplate how you want to spend the rest of your escape.Doctor’s Cave Beach, in Montego Bay
No visit to Jamaica would be complete without a day at the beach and Jamaica has some of the very best around to waste the day on.
One of the most popular beaches and often rated in the world’s top ten, is Negril’s Seven Mile Beach, with soft white sand, crystal clear water and a host of activities.
In Montego Bay, check out the beauty of Doctor’s Cave Beach, which has been a big draw for locals and tourists alike for many years.
Maintained thanks to a small daily fee payable to the swim club, this is one of the best kept stretches of sand on the island, with a number of food and drink offerings available as well.Enjoy a bobsleigh ride through the rainforest
Jamaica boasts more attractions than the rest of the Caribbean islands put together.
From kayaking to 4x4 off-road safaris and rainforest zip-lining to horseback riding in the sea, there are a whole host of thrilling activities on offer across the island, with something to suit all ages and tastes.
How would you like to take a bobsleigh ride through the rainforest ‘Cool Runnings’ style, or hit to the water on a river tubing adventure? With so many action-packed attractions, you might need to extend your stay.The Blue Mountains
After a day of thrills, you may wish to take things a little easier by enjoying some of the captivating tropical scenery that Jamaica has to offer.
A trip to the Blue Mountains should be on everyone’s itinerary.
This captivating UNESCO World Heritage Site offers exhilarating views and is also home to Jamaica’s Blue Mountain Coffee plantation, which is located 5,000ft above sea level and produces some of the most expensive beans and most famous coffee in the world, noted for its delicious flavour.Dunn’s River Falls
When temperatures soar, the water’s the best place to be and Jamaica is a destination where you can combine cooling off with sightseeing.
Port Antonio’s Blue Lagoon is a stunning beauty spot, with inviting turquoise water surrounded by lush tropical greenery. Visitors can take a dip in the invigorating 200ft deep lagoon or choose to take in the sights on a boat tour.
More fun can be had climbing the 600ft Dunn’s River Falls. Along the way you’ll find a series of small pools - perfect for a refreshing splash as you make your way to the top.
For those seeking something a little more laid back, a trip down the picturesque Martha Brae River is ideal. Float along at a lazy pace on a bamboo raft, enjoying the stunning Jamaican landscape as you go.
A must-visit during any holiday to Jamaica is the Bob Marley Museum, in the capital Kingston.
Easily the island’s most famous son, the late, great Marley was a pioneer of the Reggae revolution and played a huge part in bringing it into mainstream life.
The museum is set in Marley’s former home, a 19th century property which he bought, back in 1975.
A memorabilia-filled nostalgic throwback, you’ll even get to see the recording studio where some of his greatest tracks were written.Jerk chicken
Make your last day in Jamaica one to remember with a family trip to the Kool Runnings Water Park.
Here you’ll find water slides, paintball, go karting, kayaking and much, much more.
After an unbelievable day of action and excitement, why not top off your holiday with an irresistible taste of Jamaica?
One island favourite not to be missed is jerk chicken. With a wonderful blend of spices and heat, you’ve not truly tried this dish until you’ve tasted it in Jamaica.
Another treat worth ordering if you see it is Ackee and saltfish, while the Indian influence on the country has left a wealth of tantalising curried dishes for visitors to enjoy.
With so much on the menu, a 7-day family holiday to Jamaica is sure to be of full of excitement and leave you with memories to last a lifetime.