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Jamaica is a sparling gem right in the heart of the Caribbean that conjures up images of perfect beaches and never-ending sunshine. Whilst this is true and remains a key reason why people from all over the world flock to this island paradise, there is so much more ready to be explored, with plenty of activities and experiences for adrenaline junkies and nature lovers too.

 

Active visitors can enjoy a whole manner of fun daytime activities, from zip lining to horse rides through to cliff jumping and even the chance to experience a Jamaican bobsleigh! Add this to the amazing, varied scenery that Jamaica can boast and you have got all of the ingredients for a holiday to remember.

 

If your idea of holiday bliss though centres more around lazing on the beach within arm’s reach of top facilities then Jamaica holidays takes some beating. There is a wide range of accommodation options from grand all-inclusive resorts through to laid back family-run inns. For those travelling with children, families can opt for resorts with family suites or adjoining rooms combined with great entertainment, kid’s clubs, dining and activities.

 

Combine all this with warm and friendly smiles from locals and you get a holiday that will live long in the memory. Call the Teletextperts for and explore hundreds of holidays to Jamaica on offer today.

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Bask on the Beach

 

 

Bask on the Beach

Jamaica's soft white sands and gloriously blue waters are heaven for water babies who like to scuba, snorkel and swim all day long. There are a huge array of tropical fish to see and with beautiful coves to explore you'll be hard pressed to leave the beach. Hotel beaches have a fun vibe with beach bars lining the sand.

Enjoy Stunning Waterfalls

 

Enjoy Stunning Waterfalls

A visit to Dunns River Falls is one of the island’s most popular tourist attractions with 600ft of glorious cascading waterfall flowing through the jungle. Climb up the falls before relaxing in one of the tropical lagoons amid the lush rainforest. Swim beneath the falls and grab some amazing snaps of this natural beauty before heading to Dunns River Beach for more fun.

 
Take a Sailing Trip

 

Take a Sailing Trip

Like many of the Caribbean islands, Jamiaca is blessed with white sands and turquoise sea so get out and explore the coves and bays on a catamaran and sailing cruise! See more of the island by taking a day trip to secluded coves and private beaches or enjoy a romantic sunset cruise as the sun melts into the horizon.

 
Enjoy the All Inclusive

 

Enjoy the All Inclusive

Jamaica has some of the best hotels in the Caribbean and there is nothing better than heading to the swim-up bar and enjoying a cocktail in the sun. Hotels have great night life and entertainment on the island and the beaches are clean and safe. Better still, many hotels include non-motorised watersports in their packages so you can sail, kayak and snorkel to your heart's content. A great way to get all the family involved.

 
Beach Bars and Bites

 

Beach Bars and Bites

The Hip Strip or Gloucester Avenue is the place to be seen in Montego Bay during the day and night, with over 60 shops and 35 restaurants and bars lining the street ranging from local arts, crafts and cuisine to more familiar branded restaurants and bars. Jamaica is famous for its melting pot of local and lively flavours, foodies can enjoy national favourites jerk chicken and pork, to goat curries, salt fish, beef patties, pepperpot soup and conch stew. The callaloo and pickled mackerel salad is also worth sampling. Once satisfied, spend the evening in Rick’s Café, an island institution founded in 1974 that's widely regarded as one of the best places in the world to catch the sunset, drawing a large crowd daily to catch its stunning views.

 
Secluded Sands

 

Secluded Sands

Not all of Jamaica's beaches boast lively attractions and busy sands, if you're after a more secluded spot there are plenty of places to put up your umbrella in peace. Frenchman's Cove Beach is a picturesque stretch with clean sand, azure waters and a cocktail service on the shore, perfect for those wanting a relaxed afternoon. Sitting pretty just off the coast of Kingston is the small and uninhabited island of Lime Cay – there are no facilities on the island (a 15-minute boat ride from Port Royal) so be sure to bring your own snorkel and a picnic. Sundays see many locals visit the island. Or step off the tourist trail at Treasure Beach, it's low-key sands great for an afternoon of lounging.

 
Visit Bob Marley’s House

 

Visit Bob Marley’s House

You won’t be able to visit Jamaica without hearing the familiar sounds of Bob Marley played in bars and on beaches, so a visit to the Bob Marley Museum is well worth it. Designated a Jamaican Heritage Site, his original house has been preserved just as it was. Visit his recording studio, see a selection of his favourite clothing and get a glimpse of all of his gold and platinum awards from around the world. In the adjacent theatre, performances are screened from his ‘One Love Peace Concert’ in 1978.

 
A Glow In The Dark Lake!

 

 

A Glow In The Dark Lake!

Take a trip to Falmouth one evening and see this rather unusual spectacle. Glistening Waters’ luminous lagoon is one of only three of its type in the world, where microscopic organisms in the water glow at night when disturbed to create a naturally-lit phosphorescent lagoon. Night cruises are the best way to get out on the water and experience enchanting views from your boat.

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Something for everyone from summer playgrounds of golden sands to peaceful relaxation in the pine-fringed calas of the east coast.

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