When visiting Jamaica you can expect beautiful beaches and a tropical climate and we have volunteer programs where you can help communities, animals and the environment - this is a great way to do more than just staying locked behind the doors of a large resort. There is a lot more to Jamaica than just holiday resorts - set up a dream trip today and do more than just sunbathing on one of our holidays. For those who seek a more active holiday, swimming in the sea or at the Marine Park, scuba diving and snorkelling are all excellent in this country. Search our trips today.
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To enter Jamaica you will need a valid passport, sometimes you might be required to show a return ticket and demonstrate you have sufficient funds in your bank account.
There are three airports in Jamaica which have incoming flights from international destinations
Places you will want to include in your itinerary include:
We have a selection of gap year programs in Jamaica which are open to all Nationalities, lots of students, graduates apply but there are spaces for everyone. Placements can be found at community care homes, orphanages, teaching, sports and also working on environmental projects. Some gap year programs are located in Mandeville and Kingston and you will also get time to discover more of the island. There are things you might want to do in Jamaica, you could learn about the local famous natives like Bob Marley, watch a live football game or relax and see stunning beaches. We highly recommended going to see Jamaica’s Blue Mountains which contains the highest point in the country, at 2,256m. Intrepid hikers can reach the summit via a trail and find a view of both the north and south sides of the island, as well as sometimes the island of Cuba, 210km away. While the higher slopes of the range are preserved as forest areas, lower down the mountains coffee is grown. Lucky visitors might even catch sight of a Homerus swallowtail – the second largest butterfly in the world.