Accommodations

Along the coastal area of Mandeville is where guests have the best chances of finding a rental villa or home, but it is in the town square, sandwiched among the nineteenth century homes that line the streets of this, the "most British town in Jamaica" that you'll find the most lodging options. Though they try to blend in to the elegant surroundings, most of these options are standard hotels. You will find a few categories of hotels to pick from in the area, including a handful… more…

Hotels

Mandeville's town square, which is lined… more…

Transportation

As the only major town in Jamaica that is land-locked, transportation… more…

Air Travel

Your trip to Jamaica will not start and end in Mandeville simply because… more…

Rental Cars

If you have the ability to remain focused under pressure, you are not… more…

Taxis

Due to the fact that it is not recommended… more…

Attractions

The “Most English Town in… more…

Hotels

Mandeville's town square, which is lined… more…

Attractions

The “Most English Town in Jamaica” is ready to be explored. Beginning at the very center of Mandeville, your tour takes you… more…

Map

This is the Caribbean's oldest golf course, and typifies what might… more…

Map

This map shows the location of 107 beaches in Jamaica. To get additional… more…

Activities

Located at the center of Jamaica, Mandeville has a cool, quirky vibe and is better known as residential area than a tourism mecca. Still, there are a few activities available to those who do visit including hiking through the mountains that surround the town, sightseeing in the town square where… more…

Shopping

Mandeville is a destination for relaxation and eco-tourism above all… more…

Restaurants

In Mandeville, visitors will find a nice blend of restaurants serving up local and international cuisine. Interestingly, fast food chains and… 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…

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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