Accommodations

Noted as one of the towns with the best preservation of Georgian architecture in the Caribbean, Falmouth's accommodations are often found within some of these unique structures. If you think it would be fun to sleep in the heart of a historic building, be sure to ask before you book your room. You will find a few types of accommodations to choose between in and around the area, including a standard hotel and several resorts. Those wanting to enjoy an active nightlife scene will… more…

Hotels

Falmouth is home to several resort… more…

All Inclusive

The idea of the all-inclusive resort… more…

Villa Rentals

Falmouth is located within a parish… more…

Activities

Having recently revamped the cruise port, Falmouth is better equipped to handle the tourists that decent upon the town when a cruise ship has docked. Otherwise, it is a quite, rustic spot where visitors can spend their days participating in activities like shopping for native products, taking… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

Driving any sort of vehicle in Jamaica is not recommended by tourists… more…

Fishing

Home to the Glistening Waters Marina, Falmouth is a great… more…

Shopping

The center of shopping in Falmouth these days is at the… more…

Beaches

Most of the beaches in Falmouth are free public beaches with white sands, calm waters, and vendors backing the shores hopping to sell off… more…

Restaurants

Dining in Falmouth is a unique experience. The importance of fresh… more…

Attractions

A new cruise destination, Falmouth has recently seen a huge boom in… more…

Landmarks

Transportation

Described as the Williamsburg of the West Indies, Falmouth is known for… more…

Air Travel

Located within a half an hour drive time of the Sangster International… more…

Rental Cars

While renting a car is strongly discouraged by those in the know,… more…

Sailing & Boating

The Caribbean is beloved amongst American… more…

Taxis

Thanks to dangerous road conditions,… more…

Beaches

Most of the beaches in Falmouth are free… more…

Sailing & Boating

The Caribbean is beloved amongst American yachters who can make a trip from the east coast of the United States down to this group of islands in a relatively short period of time. The trip from south Florida to Jamaica is just a few days, and after a meeting with customs in which officials go over… more…

Fishing

Home to the Glistening Waters Marina, Falmouth is a great destination… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

Driving any sort of vehicle in Jamaica is not recommended… more…

Attractions

A new cruise destination, Falmouth has recently seen a huge boom in their tourism industry thanks to the recommendation that cruisers forget… more…

Landmarks

Falmouth is known for a number of notable pieces of architecture,… more…

Beaches

Most of the beaches in Falmouth are free public beaches with white sands,… more…

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Weather

Regardless of when you visit, the tropical climate and warm temperatures of Jamaica essentially guarantee beautiful weather during your vacation. Average temperatures in Jamaica range between 80 degrees Fahrenheit and 90 degrees Fahrenheit, with July and August being the hottest months and February the coolest. Temperatures in Jamaica generally vary approximately 10 degrees from summer to winter. Nevertheless, you should be prepared… more…

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