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Jamaica’s one of those places that needs very little introduction. Its sun-drenched shores, complete with vanilla-white sands, swaying palm trees and azure blue waters, have been well documented on postcards and holiday brochures. And they’re exactly what make this Caribbean island the ideal place for a relaxing getaway.

But to really take the stress out of things, why not make your holiday to Jamaica an all-inclusive one? When you go all-inclusive, your accommodation, meals and drinks are all included in one great-value price, meaning you won’t have to waste any time worrying about money while you’re away. Plus, you’ll usually get a bunch of fun activities thrown in for free. Non-motorised watersports are nearly always complimentary, so there’s no excuse not to get out and explore the ocean.

In fact, water’s bound to be a central focus on any all-inclusive Jamaica holiday. You’ll wake up every morning to sound of the Caribbean Sea and then, after filling up at the buffet, you can make your way down to the beach to swim, snorkel or kayak. Many resorts also organise diving trips, or you could head over to one of the island’s top surf spots and spend some time riding the waves. If you prefer to stay close to home, you can always go for a dip in one of the resort’s pools – there are sure to be several to choose from.

Afternoons might be spent exploring more of the island, topping up your tan or relaxing in the spa. And you can treat yourself to expertly-prepared cocktails or ice-cold beers any time you like. In the evening, you’ll be able to enjoy all manner of international cuisine at the hotel’s many restaurants – or, if you’re celebrating a special occasion, why not ask the staff to organise a private dining experience?

Whether you’re looking for a family-friendly place to take the kids, or you’d prefer to stay somewhere that’s adults-only, our experts can help you plan your perfect all-inclusive holiday to Jamaica.

All-inclusive

Things to do

Kingston

Best time to go

All-inclusive hotels

You’ll find all-inclusive hotels dotted about all over the island, but the vast majority are split between Montego Bay, Ocho Rios and Negril – Jamaica’s biggest holiday resorts. In these three areas there are loads of options to choose from, so you’ll definitely find something that suits.

In Montego Bay, one of our faves is Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall. A five-star hotel set right on the beach, it caters to the whole family, so it’s a great option if you’re planning on bringing the kids on your all-inclusive Jamaica holiday. Alternatively, there’s Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa. Besides having an enviable location overlooking a private stretch of sand, it’s got eight bars and restaurants, a Kids’ Klub, Teen Zone, 18-hole golf course and even its very own waterpark.

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If you’re leaning more towards staying in Ocho Rios, consider booking into Moon Palace Jamaica. Here you’ll be able to enjoy fine dining, top-shelf spirits, non-motorised watersports plus all kinds of incredible activities and exciting entertainment.

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Things to do in Jamaica

At an all-inclusive hotel, you’re guaranteed heaps of things to do. Most places put together jam-packed activity schedules and organise an array of entertainment, so you could easily fill your time with everything your accommodation has on offer. However, you’ll find even more opportunities for adventure beyond the confines of the resort.

The Caribbean Sea which surrounds the island is a playground in its own right. You can swim, snorkel, dive and even surf at many of Jamaica’s beaches. Windsurfing and kayaking are other options – or you could discover the natural beauty of Ocho Rios by river tubing along the White River.

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At Dunn’s River Falls you can climb the limestone cascades, or you could check out the seven-tiered YS Falls and take a dip in its natural pools. Alternatively, if you prefer to keep your feet on dry land, there are tonnes of hiking and biking trails to explore over at Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park. Jamaica’s only national park, this scenic spot is famed for its biodiversity, so it’s a great place to familiarise yourself with the local flora and fauna.

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Kingston

Set against the stunning backdrop of the towering Blue Mountains, Kingston is a sprawling city that pulses with energy. Besides being Jamaica’s capital, it’s also the cultural heart of the island, and the epicentre of its art, theatre and music scenes. It’s got an entirely different vibe to the popular tourists resorts dotted along the coast – so if you’re keen to get an authentic insight into this country’s fascinating culture, it’s well worth a daytrip at some point during your all-inclusive Jamaica holiday.

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The Bob Marley Museum, housed in the reggae singer’s former home, is one of Kingston’s premier attractions – and a must-visit for anyone interested in music. Nearby, Devon House is a colonial-era mansion and celebrated historic landmark. Built in 1881, it’s the former residence of George Stiebel, Jamaica’s first black millionaire. Take a guided tour to learn about its history then grab some food at one of its onsite eateries. If you’re into art, check out the exhibitions at the National Gallery of Jamaica – the largest and oldest public art gallery in the English-speaking Caribbean. And don’t miss Usain Bolt’s famous restaurant-come-sports bar, Tracks & Records. 

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Best time to visit Jamaica

As a Caribbean island, Jamaica stays warm throughout the year. Even in winter, average daytime temperatures remain in the mid-to-high twenties, and rarely dip much below 20°C at night. While summer is slightly hotter, with daytime highs usually in the low-thirties in July and August, this is also the wettest – and most humid – time of year.

In fact, Jamaica’s tropical climate means it sees rain from June to mid-November. Although showers tend to be short and heavy, as opposed to lasting all day, if you book an all-inclusive Jamaica holiday during the wet season you’ll probably still get slightly less beach time that you’d like.

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Winter is when most holidaygoers travel to Jamaica. From mid-December to March, dry, sunny days are all but guaranteed – so it’s a no brainer if you’re looking to escape the cold, drizzly weather back home. Of course, visiting during peak season does also mean crowds will be bigger and prices higher. If you’d prefer things to be slightly quieter on your all-inclusive Jamaica holiday, book to go at the very beginning of winter or else wait until spring.

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All-inclusive

All-inclusive hotels

You’ll find all-inclusive hotels dotted about all over the island, but the vast majority are split between Montego Bay, Ocho Rios and Negril – Jamaica’s biggest holiday resorts. In these three areas there are loads of options to choose from, so you’ll definitely find something that suits.

In Montego Bay, one of our faves is Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall. A five-star hotel set right on the beach, it caters to the whole family, so it’s a great option if you’re planning on bringing the kids on your all-inclusive Jamaica holiday. Alternatively, there’s Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa. Besides having an enviable location overlooking a private stretch of sand, it’s got eight bars and restaurants, a Kids’ Klub, Teen Zone, 18-hole golf course and even its very own waterpark.

Show More
Show Less

If you’re leaning more towards staying in Ocho Rios, consider booking into Moon Palace Jamaica. Here you’ll be able to enjoy fine dining, top-shelf spirits, non-motorised watersports plus all kinds of incredible activities and exciting entertainment.

Show More
Show Less

Things to do

Things to do in Jamaica

At an all-inclusive hotel, you’re guaranteed heaps of things to do. Most places put together jam-packed activity schedules and organise an array of entertainment, so you could easily fill your time with everything your accommodation has on offer. However, you’ll find even more opportunities for adventure beyond the confines of the resort.

The Caribbean Sea which surrounds the island is a playground in its own right. You can swim, snorkel, dive and even surf at many of Jamaica’s beaches. Windsurfing and kayaking are other options – or you could discover the natural beauty of Ocho Rios by river tubing along the White River.

Show More
Show Less

At Dunn’s River Falls you can climb the limestone cascades, or you could check out the seven-tiered YS Falls and take a dip in its natural pools. Alternatively, if you prefer to keep your feet on dry land, there are tonnes of hiking and biking trails to explore over at Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park. Jamaica’s only national park, this scenic spot is famed for its biodiversity, so it’s a great place to familiarise yourself with the local flora and fauna.

Show More
Show Less

Kingston

Kingston

Set against the stunning backdrop of the towering Blue Mountains, Kingston is a sprawling city that pulses with energy. Besides being Jamaica’s capital, it’s also the cultural heart of the island, and the epicentre of its art, theatre and music scenes. It’s got an entirely different vibe to the popular tourists resorts dotted along the coast – so if you’re keen to get an authentic insight into this country’s fascinating culture, it’s well worth a daytrip at some point during your all-inclusive Jamaica holiday.

Show More
Show Less

The Bob Marley Museum, housed in the reggae singer’s former home, is one of Kingston’s premier attractions – and a must-visit for anyone interested in music. Nearby, Devon House is a colonial-era mansion and celebrated historic landmark. Built in 1881, it’s the former residence of George Stiebel, Jamaica’s first black millionaire. Take a guided tour to learn about its history then grab some food at one of its onsite eateries. If you’re into art, check out the exhibitions at the National Gallery of Jamaica – the largest and oldest public art gallery in the English-speaking Caribbean. And don’t miss Usain Bolt’s famous restaurant-come-sports bar, Tracks & Records. 

Show More
Show Less

Best time to go

Best time to visit Jamaica

As a Caribbean island, Jamaica stays warm throughout the year. Even in winter, average daytime temperatures remain in the mid-to-high twenties, and rarely dip much below 20°C at night. While summer is slightly hotter, with daytime highs usually in the low-thirties in July and August, this is also the wettest – and most humid – time of year.

In fact, Jamaica’s tropical climate means it sees rain from June to mid-November. Although showers tend to be short and heavy, as opposed to lasting all day, if you book an all-inclusive Jamaica holiday during the wet season you’ll probably still get slightly less beach time that you’d like.

Show More
Show Less

Winter is when most holidaygoers travel to Jamaica. From mid-December to March, dry, sunny days are all but guaranteed – so it’s a no brainer if you’re looking to escape the cold, drizzly weather back home. Of course, visiting during peak season does also mean crowds will be bigger and prices higher. If you’d prefer things to be slightly quieter on your all-inclusive Jamaica holiday, book to go at the very beginning of winter or else wait until spring.

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