5 Reasons Why Jamaica is the Perfect Place for Your Honeymoon

Start the new chapter of your life surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty, scrumptious foods, and friendly locals, while enjoying a romantic time with your loved one. Here are the top five reasons why visiting Jamaica makes for a picture perfect honeymoon.

Escape Into The Natural Beauty


Whether you enjoy hiking through a majestic forest, taking a shower in the spray of a waterfall, or watching a sunset from the top of a mountain, Jamaica is a haven of natural beauty.

With lush landscapes, crystal clear ocean filled with tropical fish, and refreshing rivers, this beautiful island nation is definitely one of the most romantic places on earth.

Romantic Resorts


With hotels like The Caves with its private oceanside cottages, the mountaintop villas of Geejam, and the charming Jamaica Inn, the island is made for honeymooner. No matter what your budget, you can find a resort, lodge or hotel to suit your pocket.

Plenty Of Activities


Take a romantic horseback ride down a secluded beach, explore the underwater landscape from the comfort of a glass bottom boat, or catch a tan on the beach, whatever activities you want to do on your honeymoon, Jamaica is the place to do it. The amazing landscape offers honeymooners plenty of active things to do too like hiking, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, and scuba diving, to name a few.

Laid-Back Lifestyle


From the reggae music to the chilled out people, Jamaica has a calming and relaxing laid-back lifestyle. If you’re not so keen to adventure out into the jungles or the ocean then enjoy a day of shopping, getting treatments at a spa, relaxing poolside, or lounging on the beach. Do it the Jamaican way, forget about time and take it easy.

Delicious Food

Indulge your taste buds in the flavors of Jamaica. From jerk chicken and stamp and go, to goat curry and ackee, almost every street is filled with aromas that will make your mouth water. This island nation is truly a foodie’s paradise that gets its culinary influences from both its indigenous people, and Spanish, British, Africans, Indian and Chinese cuisine. 

If Jamaica was not yet on your travel calendar, it definitely needs to be added there.

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