Nestled in the warmth of the Caribbean Sea, Jamaica is an unrivaled tropical destination whose intoxicating culture and remarkable beauty makes for a unique island escape. With a moderate climate and a landscape that ranges from tropical rainforest and soaring mountains to rolling meadowland and dramatic coastlines, Jamaica is a land of adventure, sophistication and elegance. From adventurous palates to adrenaline junkies, newly weds to nature lovers, Jamaica caters to everyone, and guarantees an unforgettable experience.
Jamaica Vacation Trip FAQ’s
- What is the Climate Like in Jamaica?
Beautifully balmy best describes Jamaica’s weather. Plenty of sun and cooling trade winds combine for year round comfy conditions. Short, intermittent showers are “blessings.” Sometimes you barely feel drops, and when you look around, you see a rainbow. Average temperatures: April- November: 75°-88° F. December- March: 68°-80° F. Average water temperature: 74° F.
- How Should I Prepare to Dress While in Jamaica?
In the daytime shorts, sandals or some good walking shoes, short sleeve shirts, hat, sunglasses and swimsuit for the beach. In the evening casual pants and shirts for both men and women. Some restaurants will ask for closed toed shoes and collared shirts for the men.
- I Am Planning on Getting Married in Jamaica, What Will I Need?
Since Jamaica’s tropical climate does not vary from season to season, planning a wedding or honeymoon anytime from May to December can save those couples with budgetary concerns up to 40% on hotels and other costs.
Unlike many countries, Jamaica does not expect you take a blood test before getting married. However, the following documentation is required:
Proof of citizenship – certified copy of birth certificate, which includes father’s name.
Parent’s written consent if under 18 years of age.
Proof of divorce if applicable (original certificate of divorce).
Certified copy of death certificate for widow or widower.
Visitors can be married just 24 hours after arriving in Jamaica, providing prior application has been made for a marriage license.