Year-round sun, a laid-back vibe, turquoise waters full of colourful marine life and velvety soft beaches sum up a trip to Jamaica. Its stunning assortment of landscapes range between misty mountaintops and cascading waterfalls to rainforests that teem with tropical wildlife. The food is as vibrant as the culture, mixing fresh seafood and spice, while the toe-tapping music and rum-soaked cocktails mean there's always an excuse to dance. The island has two main international airports that handle flights to Jamaica, Sangster International Airport east of Montego Bay and Norman Manley International Airport in the south near to Kingston. Major airlines operating flights to Jamaica include Caribbean Airlines, American Airlines and United Airlines.
Kingston is the cultural heart of the island, shaped by its history and elegant colonial architecture, colourful street life and lush botanical gardens. As the island's capital it is also a hub for culture, boasting an array of art galleries and museums, as well as hosting the lively Bob Marley celebrations each year. White powdery beaches, Caribbean warmth and idyllic resorts describe Montego Bay, where water sports, relaxation and fine dining are some of its biggest draws, while at night you can sway to rhythm of the reggae beat while sipping a cocktail. Away from the resorts, the island's interior is a wonderland of waterfalls and natural swimming pools, warm rivers and scenic misty mountain terrain.