For as little as €149.99* you can book flights to Jamaica.
The sounds of reggae, the finest of sandy beaches, cocktails and turquoise ocean – that's probably what you associate with Jamaica too. And you really will find these things on this Caribbean isle, but a rich culture and history await you as well, making a visit to find out more well worth your while. From the former pirate fortress Port Royal and the holiday paradise of Montego Bay all the way to the pulsating capital city, Kingston, the traces of Jamaica's past can be seen and touched everywhere. Book your flight to Jamaica now and enjoy the exciting mix of sand, sun, palm trees and sea with cultural highlights and extraordinary nature that shouldn't be missed.
Montego Bay and Negril are perfect places for the classic beach holiday in Jamaica, offering heavenly beaches beneath shady palm trees. Negril is located on the west coast and tempts visitors with the longest sandy beach on the island (11 kilometres). Over the course of its history, Negril has developed from a pirate stronghold to a mecca for hippies. Today, it offers visitors a multitude of international hotels, good restaurants and leisure activities. Without a doubt, its most famous pub is Rick's Café, where you can watch a breathtaking sunset over the ocean. The former colonial city of Montego Bay in the north of Jamaica boasts a unique mix of modern and historic buildings and an excellent tourism infrastructure.
When you've had enough of the sweet pleasures of doing nothing at the beach, take an expedition tour to Jamaica's inland. Enjoy an unusual bathing experience at Dunn's River Falls, the impressive waterfalls near Ocho Rios. Want to get up close and personal with crocodiles? Take a boat tour on the Black River. In the Blue Mountains, Jamaica's 2000-metre-high mountain range, you will find tropical rainforests that have mostly remained untouched. The best way to explore them is by hiking or by mountain bike. From the peaks of the mountains, you can look down into beautiful valleys full of rare flora and fauna as well as see where Blue Mountain Coffee – considered a speciality the world over – is grown.