Tropical Jamaica is sunny, warm, and beautiful all year round. The best time to visit Jamaica for the optimal weather and hiking conditions is from January through April when it rains the least. Jamaica Carnival is one of the major festivities in the country that takes place in April. May, June, and July are also good months to be on the island. Even though it's a rainy season, quick downpours are quickly replaced by sunshine. Spring and early summer is the harvest time for mango, star apple, ackee, and coffee. July is also time for a well-known Reggae Sumfest. Hurricanes usually hit Jamaica's lands in August and September, even though the hurricane season runs officially from June to November. It's a bit risky, but it's the best season to catch good deals.
If you had to describe Jamaica in one word, that word would be music
Cannabis or ganja is considered to be the third touchstone of Jamaica apart from reggae music and Rastafari
What can be better than feasting on the fresh lobster?
How about a cup of silky smooth and well-balanced coffee?
A pure heaven for coconut lovers
Do not shy away from one of the best fruits of Jamaica
Witness a variety of animals in one of the main attractions of Jamaica
When a single fruit replaces the meal
How about a salad with valuable marine mollusc?
Don't restrain yourself from visiting an unbelievably arched and shaded bamboo canopy
One of the biggest music festivals in Jamaica with a strong Reggae twist
Immerse yourself into the electrifying atmosphere and raw flavor of the Caribbean at Bacchanal Jamaica Road March and other events
Get a sense of Accompong’s uniqueness during its traditional celebration
If you are a Bob Marley fan, you shouldn't miss this fantastic event
Have yourself a good retreat from the heat while climbing up and up!
Discover a remarkable international race in the birthplace of the fastest people on Earth
Immerse yourself in Carribean culture and food while sailing from one island to another
Even without ice and snow, you can still feel the spirit of Jamaican Christmas
In Jamaica, there is no Christmas without a magenta-coloured drink
Go get yourself a hard-hitting fruit
Jamaican Christmas is considered to be incomplete without its traditional rum cake
Take a sip or a bite of fresh exhilarating sweetness!