|Location||:||635 kilometres east of the Central American mainland|
|Area||:||240 kilometres in length and 85 kilometres in width|
|Climate||:||Tropical, with hot and humid weather; Some regions of South Coast relatively dry rain-shadow areas|
Jamaica is the third-largest island in the Caribbean is also one of the most colorfut tourist destinations. Jamaica offers idyllic white sand beaches and vibrant tropical blooms sit on a backdrop of blue mountain peaks. Negril and Montego Bay are Jamaica’s two main coastal resorts, attracting a mix of tourists with exquisite sands, lively clubs, fine restaurants and world-class golf.
Jamaica in West Indies offers activities sports such as diving, waterfall climbing, horseback riding, ballooning, mountain biking, snorekelling and beachcombing. Rafting is also liked to great extent by the rafters. One can also avail fishing charters. If you long for a peaceful holiday, you can just relax in a hammock, soaking in the beautiful sight of sunset.
Kingston, the capital of Jamaica, is known for its energetic dancing. Kingston is called the city of limbo, calypso and reggae. Once you arrive in Kingston or Jamaica, your heart begins to beat with the slow-paced Jamaica rhythm. Majority of hotels, restaurants and bars are located in New Kingston. World famous blue mountains are also located in the vicinity of Kingston. Montego Bay is another prominent destination of Jamaica. Bob Marley features a documentary film on the great reggae artist as well as huge memorabilia shop. The tour also includes number of plantation tours. Montego Bay is also known for shopping.
Other popular attractions in Jamaica are Montego Bay, Runaway Bay, Port Antonio, Treasure Beach, Port Royal, Ironshore, Mandeville, NewPort and Dallas Castle.
Jamaica is appreciated for its rich and diversified culture. Jamaica has been influenced by variety of cultures, specially Chinese, Indian and European. The diversity is more obvious in its food, which is the fusion of number of cuisine styles. Jamaica music has its heritage in Africa and Europe. Vibrant colors of Jamaica are also reflected in its visual arts.