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  3. Crystal-clear waters and pristine beaches are often the first features that come to mind when Jamaica is mentioned. The island country situated in the Caribbean has attracted visitors from around the world since it was visited by Christopher Columbus in 1494. Picture-perfect natural attractions including majestic waterfalls, colourful flowers and beautiful but dangerous boas make Jamaica the perfect destination for an unforgettable holiday abroad.

    Jamaica has enchanted many people over the years. James Bond novelist Ian Fleming found solace in Jamaica and made it his home. Fleming found the exotic tropics of Jamaica so captivating that he made the island nation a backdrop for many of his novels.

  4. Jamaica caters to luxury travellers who expect the best during their visit. Outdoor enthusiasts who aim to actively explore the island during their stay can visit Dunn's River Falls or YS Falls to take in some of the most breathtaking natural attractions in the world. Opportunities to climb the rock tiers surrounding these waterfalls make these attractions ideal for active travellers. Wading pools and lush, exotic tropical plants give the waterfalls a unique feel that is akin to standing in the middle of paradise.

    Adventurous visitors can tantalise their taste buds by trying the signature Jamaican jerk spice on a variety of meats. Snorkelling off of Seven-Mile Beach offers a once-in-a-lifetime experience to see seahorses, starfish and colourful coral up close in clear blue waters. Tropical birds, enormous snakes and crocodiles are awaiting travellers on a Black River safari.

    Does all of this action seem like too much for a holiday? Anyone who comes to Jamaica for the simple purpose of relaxing will not be disappointed. All-inclusive resorts make it easy to sunbathe for hours while sipping on a drink made from native fruits. On-site restaurants offer mouth-watering fare ranging from standard snacks to four-course feasts.

    Visiting Jamaica is all about experiencing unique attractions that cannot be found anywhere else. The island nation features surprising, fun events like camel rides, butterfly gardens and ostrich feeding. Horseback rides along the beach, canopy zip lining and swimming with sharks are all activities that make Jamaica an exciting destination.
     

     
     
  5. Best Time To Visit: 

    Exploring Jamaica in any season has its ups and downs. Jamaica is balmy and warm all year, so visitors hoping to escape cool autumn days or blustery winter nights can enjoy the warmth year-round. Busy season starts right before Christmas and ends in mid-April. Resort fees tend to be high during this time, and tourists may find that street vendors and restaurants raise their prices.

    The off-season starts in the middle of April and runs until just before Christmas. Hotels may reduce their fees up to 60 percent, and crowds thin out. However, resorts often take advantage of the lull in business to work on construction projects. Some restaurants close during the off-season, and the amenities available at resorts are cut back.

    College students on holiday tend to crowd the island during spring break in late March or early April. Parties, live music and sports events take over the island during this time.

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