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Business class flights tickets to Jamaica

starts from £1757

The below mentioned displayed fares are based on historical data. The fares are subject to change and cannot be guaranteed at the time of booking.

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    LON London Airports 17 Oct 2019
    MBJ Montego Bay 26 Oct 2019
    £1,757
Jamaica Business class fares

Useful information about Jamaica

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Jamaica is a “Pearl of Caribbean” and its visitors will surely appreciate their trip to this beautiful country. It is the third largest island in the Caribbean and is also one of the most colorful. Whether you fancy for the breathtaking Blue Mountains, love addictive sun rays, enjoy fresh river waterfalls, listen to the sounds of sweet reggae music or taste tantalizing cuisines the country boasts something for its every traveller. Nowhere else in the Caribbean is the connection to Africa is as keenly felt as in this beautiful destination.So avail incomparable deals on return business class flight to Jamaica from £1757 including all pre-payable taxes and charges and explore the destination infused with pride in its unique history, stunning landscape and influential culture.

Reasons to Visit

Travelles to this beautiful island country will surely appreciate their trip because it has so much to offer to its thirsty or weary visitors. Most of the travellers head to Montego Bay often referred as Mo Bay which is a premier tourist destination as well as second largest city of Jamaica. It is famous for its fabulous Doctor’s Cave Beach which is a popular hub among celebrities and socialites from all over the world. The abundance of variety of restaurants, beaches golf courses, spas, shopping and many activities have turned the country into a favorite destination for many. It has sea adventure for everyone. Snorkeling and scuba diving is totally fun, exposing visitors to the tropical life under the sea. If you are a surfer then you surely won’t disappoint. Kingston is the capital and busy cosmopolitan city that offers one-of-a-king experience is a combination of half exotic jungle and half thriving business.

Best Time to Visit

Balmy weather throughout the year, making Jamaica is more a year-round destination. It has a distinct high season running roughly from mid-December through mid-April. Hotel charge their highest prices during this peak winter period so prior reservations surely offer hassles free accommodations. The off season is roughly from mid-April to mid-December during summers. In most cases hotel rates are slashed up to 60%. Avoid spring break throughout the March and mid-April as it is the season in the Caribbean for vacationing in college and high school students if partying with kids doesn’t appeal to you.

Major Airport

  • Sangster International Airport
  • Norman Manley International Airport

Major Tourist Attractions

Jamaica is a very attractive tourist destination. With relaxed and friendly attitude the country has countless hidden gems that are worth exploring.  No trip to it is considered complete without doing some beach hoping. Among all Doctor’s Cave Beach in Montego Bay tops the list of favorites due to its white powdery sand and clam and clear water. This five mile stretch of sand is well equipped with modern amenities and is quite popular among visitors. The astounding Dunn’s River Fall is one of the most popular attractions in Jamaica and the Caribbean at large. Surrounded by lush green vegetation, climbing over here is a popular pass time. Rafting at the Martha Brae is also one of the popular attractions of country where guests can glide down a picturesque stretch of river on a bamboo rafts poled by local guides. Don’t miss a visit to John Crow Mountains National Park , an unspoiled preserve offering breathtaking mountain vistas, exotic flora and fauna cascading waterfalls, lush rainforests etc.

Festivals and Events

There are various festivals and events celebrated in the country that you surely love and enjoy.  There is no better way to get t o know more about Jamaica then to spend time with its natives and taking part in their festivities. Some of the most celebrated festivals of the country include International Kite Festival, Kingston City Run, Little Ochie Seafood Festival, Ocho Rios Jazz Festival, Reggage Sumfest, Independence Festival etc are few among many that you surely enjoy.

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