About Jamaica – Land of Weddings
JAMAICA – FEEL THE VIBE AND BE HAPPY
When you contact Weddings in Jamaica, our travel and wedding planner will take responsibility for all your wedding arrangements in Jamaica – like accommodations for you, your bridal party and guests, the marriage ceremony, your wedding reception, music, food and flowers for the wedding, the makeup artist and hairdresser, the photography arrangements for the wedding and even the marriage license process. Whether you want a legal wedding or a renewal of vows, you will be provided with all the important information of what you can expect from Weddings in Jamaica in making your wedding dreams and your honeymoon become a reality.The warm Caribbean winds of Jamaica are infused with more than just sunshine and reggae. Jamaica is big and wildly beautiful. It also is the Caribbean’s largest English-speaking island. A hundred rivers tumble down from rainforest-clad mountains and end up at the warm sea-edged beautiful and celebrated beaches. Jamaica consists of a colorful mosaic made up of sugary beaches, friendly faces, natural wonders and diverse cuisine. Whether seeking serene relaxation or unbridled adventure, this is an island destination worth taking the time to explore. You can feel the country’s pulsating heartbeat which is embodied by the internationally-known cuisine, lively reggae and the warm and generous smiles from the locals who love their country and will spend time telling you about it.
JAMAICA … THE LAND OF “MARLEY MAGIC”
Jamaica lies 90 miles south of Cuba and 118 miles west of Haiti. At its great extent, Jamaica is 146 miles long and its width varies with 21 and 52 miles wide. With an area of 4,213 square miles, Jamaica is the largest island of the Commonweath Caribbean and the third largest of the Greater Antilles, after Cuba and Hispaniola.Jamaica is divided into Fourteen parishes. Jamaica’s capital city, Kingston, as well as Montego Bay, Negril and Ocho Rios, are the most-visited destinations on the island. Located on the southeastern coast, Kingston is a bustling city (the largest on the island) most famously known for its many reggae nightclubs and the Bob Marley Museum. Loaded with all-inclusive resorts, duty-free shopping and the seaside hip strip, Gloucester Avenue, Montego Bay in Cornwall County is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Caribbean. Negril is known for its seven miles of white sand beaches and laidback atmosphere. Ocho Rios, sitting on Jamaica’s northern coast, is home to both large resorts and smaller family-run hotels. Vacationers come here for the natural falls and world-class scuba diving.
FINALLY JAMAICA … WHERE YOU CAN HAVE IT ALL
From visiting the Hip Strip in Montego Bay (the island’s capital of tourism) to attending Jamaica’s annual, Reggae Sumfest, to the slide and drinks at Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville, other outdoor activities include golf or rafting on the Great River. Then venture into Ocho Rios, with its lush and rugged St. Ann’s Mountains, no trip to Jamaica is complete without climbing Dunn’s River Falls – one of it’s major tourist attraction. Newly added Mystic Mountain features zip lining and the Jamaican bobsled ride . . . and you can’t leave Ocho Rios without a tour to the childhood home of Bob Marley. When you just about think you have experienced it all, then you’re off to Negril to experience the spectacular Seven Mile Beach on one side of Negril and then the rocky bluffs on the other side of Negril. You can’t leave Negril without experiencing the sunsets at Rick’s Cafe as you watch the natives jump off the cliffs down into the sea below.With borrowed ingredients from the far reaches of the world, Jamaican cuisine is a vibrant blend of spices and fresh, sustainable products. With a countless array of fine dining establishments and roadside jerk huts, the gastronomy of Jamaica offers much more than the national dish of ackee and salt fish. For a truly Caribbean dining experience in Ocho Rios, check out the Almond Tree Restaurant (there’s an actual tree growing through the roof) for the lobster thermidor or roast suckling pig. For an upscale restaurant with international flair, try the Palm Court in the Kingston Hilton. For famous Jamaican jerk chicken and pork right on the beach, head over to the Pork Pit in Montego Bay. This casual lunchtime favorite of both locals and tourists is the perfect spot to settle down with a Red Stripe and plate of island-spiced meats