Why visit Jamaica?


The birthplace of reggae, and the Rastafari religion, the island has had tremendous influence around the world – the former is likely to be your soundtrack, whilst the laid back nature of the islanders is infectious.




Blue Mountains

Home to the eponymous and premium coffee, they’re the highest range in the Caribbean – on a clear day you can see Cuba from Blue Mountain Peak. The slopes have an astonishing diversity of flora and fauna, including the world’s second largest butterfly – the Homerus swallowtail.





With the mountains, come spectacular waterfalls, and no visit to the island should be without taking a refreshing dip in at least one.





Jamaica is renowned for perfecting the distillation process. You’ll never be far from a rum shop (bar), where you’ll find a bewildering choice of rich and full-bodied rums.





The topography of the island lends itself perfectly to golf course design, with many challenging 18 hole courses, in some spectacular locations.  





 The island has its fair share of paradisical beaches. Seven Mile Beach at Negril is seemingly endless; Long Bay Beach is a favourite for surfers, and lively Hellshire Beach is ideal if you’re after a bar and a plate of some of the best fried fish on the island.