Best Types of Accommodation in Jamaica

Best Types of Accommodation in Jamaica

If you are planning to go on a holiday you have to be aware of every little detail. After deciding where to go and how to get there, the most important thing is your accommodation. Traveling to Jamaica tourist will find a large variety of any type of accommodation. Whether going alone, with your partner or the whole family you don’t need to worry about finding the perfect place to stay. People who would like to spend their holiday in perfect comfort and serenity have the chance to choose fr... [ read more ]

Top Hotels for Dining in Jamaica

Top Hotels for Dining in Jamaica

Jamaica has a number of hotels known for providing outstanding dining. Enjoying the local fare is crucial to having an authentic travel experience. Jamaica offers so much diversity that it'll be hard to choose between all their dining destinations. Whether you prefer familiar and classic dishes or modern interpretations, their restaurants are irresistible. The hotels named below are great options when dining is considered a priority. Some of these top picks have multiple outstanding restaura... [ read more ]

The best restaurants in Ocho Rios

The best restaurants in Ocho Rios

Ocho Rios, fondly referred to as Ochi, is a very popular destination for tourists and for cruise ships alike. Ocho Rios is always teeming with life, and tourists flock to it almost all year round. And since tourists are fickle creatures who like to try as many new things and experiences as possible, the dining scene in Ocho Rios is diverse enough to keep everyone happy. Ochi has restaurants for luxury travelers who dine only a gourmet meals, as well as for budget travelers who want a taste o... [ read more ]

The best eats in Kingston

The best eats in Kingston

For a relatively small island like Jamaica, Kingston is a pretty big city, with lots of things to do. As the cultural and commercial capital of the country, there are plenty of reasons why you should visit it, from museums and monuments to nightlife. And while you are sightseeing in Kingston, one thing that you can be sure about is that you'll get hungry. Like all big cities, Kingston has a huge selection of eateries of every imaginable king, but then again, like in all big cities in the wor... [ read more ]

A short guide to Falmouth

A short guide to Falmouth

From the middle of the 17th century until the 1960's Jamaica has been under British rule, and even today the heritage of British colonial times is quite obvious in Jamaica. While that doesn't mean that the local culture isn't powerful, fascinating and unique, there are lots of places in Jamaica where you feel like you're in a tropical version of a small town in the UK. Falmouth is one of these places, which at a cursory glance look like a very well preserved Georgian town. Falmouth is a grea... [ read more ]

The coffee lover's guide to Jamaica

The coffee lover’s guide to Jamaica

If you love coffee, its taste, color and the whole culture surrounding it, then you have surely heard about (and tasted) Blue Mountain coffee. The delicious Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee, one of the most aromatic and exotic coffees in the world, is cultivated in the beautiful Blue Mountain region and sold all over the world. Coffee plays an important part in Jamaica's economy, but its role doesn't just stop there. Coffee is embedded in Jamaican culture just as surely as Bob Marley or rum is.... [ read more ]

Gems of the Jamaican Cuisine

Gems of the Jamaican Cuisine

So, here you are. You have finally reached the wonderful Jamaican island and you are eager to try the Gems of the Jamaican Cuisine, those great soups, the patty wrapped in coco bread, the curry goat with rice and peas, the bulla cakes and many others. A Brief of the Jamaican Cuisine The Jamaican cuisine is a wonderful world of flavors, spices, and interesting cooking techniques with influences from different nationalities: British, African, Spanish, Indian, and Chinese. What makes the Jamaic... [ read more ]