Accommodations

As the capital city of Jamaica, Kingston is always a busy port, as people pass through for business and pleasure on a regular basis. Everyone has their own idea of what constitutes a great place to stay, and fortunately, the accommodations here are diverse, from rental condos to all-inclusive resorts. Guests will find many types of accommodations to consider in the area, including a few bed & breakfasts and one resort. If you plan on taking in a few rays alongside the pool,… more…

Hotels

The types of hotel in Kingston are… more…

Transportation

As the capital of Jamaica, Kingston is a major tourist destination.… more…

Air Travel

Kingston is home to one of Jamaica's three international airports, and… more…

Rental Cars

In Jamaica, it seems that all roads lead to Kingston. If you're going… more…

Sailing & Boating

The recent removal of a high number of… more…

Taxis

Jamaica is known for its dangerous roads… more…

Beaches

Kingston is not especially known for… more…

Attractions

No matter how you look at it, Kingston is impressive. Set on a natural bay and backed by the flourishing Blue Mountains region, this… more…

Landmarks

The town that raised up legend Bob Marley is dominated by attractions… more…

Beaches

Kingston is not especially known for its beaches, as many of the tourists… more…

Natural Attractions

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Activities

A modern and busy city set on the waterfront, Kingston wears a lot of hats: all at once it is Jamaica's busiest city, the commercial and political capital, and home to the seventh largest natural harbor in the world. Tourists find this city to be bursting with activity and will never want for… more…

Shopping

Kingston has perhaps some of the best shopping opportunities in all of… more…

Snorkeling

Tourists heading to the Kingston area have a little bit… more…

Nightlife

There is always something going on when night falls on… more…

Restaurants

There is a great deal of Caribbean and Asian fare to be had in Jamaica, both of which are favorites amongst locals. In Kingston, a busy city… more…

Food

After a long day at the beach and before a night of island-style partying,… more…

Events & Festivals

Planning a vacation around an event in Jamaica is a great idea, but it… more…

Nightlife

Snorkeling

Tourists heading to the Kingston area have a little bit more work cut out for them when it comes to planning some time snorkeling during their getaway, but if you're willing to travel a short distance, the pay-off is tremendous. In truth, Kingston is not… more…

Sailing & Boating

The recent removal of a high number of heavy fees has opened up the idea… more…

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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