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Vacation Rentals & Apartments in Jamaica

13,368 accommodations
14 sites
Lowest:
US$10
Average:
US$238
Rating:
4.3 / 5
107,351 reviews
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Paradise Palms Jamaica Villa Montego Bay
9
Villa
Montego Bay, St. James
(84)
TripAdvisor
US$85
/ night
Whistling Villa-Most Affordable Villa In Runaway Bay
8
Villa
Runaway Bay, St. Ann
(71)
TripAdvisor
US$245
/ night
Lyric Villa - Treasure Beach, Jamaica, on the sea in the Heart of Treasure Beach
7
Villa
Treasure Beach, St. Elizabeth
(51)
TripAdvisor
US$237
/ night
Holiday Inn Resort Montego Bay All Inclusive
2
Resort
St. James
(1,588)
Booking.com
US$259
/ night
Elegant, private, large estate w/full staff 6 bd/bth, pool, close to beaches
14
Villa
Drapers, Portland
(50)
TripAdvisor
US$750
/ night
(3) City/Ocean View 2 Bedroom Condo in Montego Bay
6
Apartment
Montego Bay, St. James
(51)
TripAdvisor
US$120
/ night
Serendipity Jamaica - You won't want to leave!
12
Villa
St. James
(40)
TripAdvisor
US$1,050
/ night
Where the Cliffs and the Beaches Meet
11
House
Westmoreland
(41)
TripAdvisor
US$640
/ night
mango ridge backpackers retreat
4
Cottage
Port Antonio, Portland
(41)
TripAdvisor
US$50
/ night
SeaGarden Beach Resort - All Inclusive
4
Resort
Montego Bay, St. James
(1,015)
Booking.com
US$229
/ night
Beach Front Villa W/Pool, in Gated Community W/Tennis/Gym
10
Villa
Montego Bay, St. James
(136)
HomeAway
US$1,253
/ night
Jamaica Villa Nutmeg, Montego Bay, Jamaica
15
Villa
St. James
(35)
TripAdvisor
US$1,215
/ night
Travellers Beach Resort
4
Others
(817)
Booking.com
US$85
/ night
Signature's 21 @ the Country Club
3
Apartment
Kingston, St. Andrew
(31)
TripAdvisor
US$69
/ night
Beautiful Beachfront 1 Bedroom Condo D18, Ocho Rios Jamaica
3
Apartment
Ocho Rios, St. Ann
(31)
TripAdvisor
US$120
/ night
Deja Resort All Inclusive
4
Resort
Montego Bay, St. James
(756)
Booking.com
US$199
/ night
PRIVATE SEASIDE VILLA- STEPS FROM THE BEACH- CHEF SERVICES INCLUDED
5
Villa
Trelawny
(121)
HomeAway
US$150
/ night
Beachfront Villa, Full Staff, Boat, Private Pool, Tennis, Gated Community
12
Villa
Montego Bay, St. James
(119)
HomeAway
US$1,330
/ night
Reggae Hostel Ocho Rios
4
Hostel
Ocho Rios, St. Ann
(679)
Booking.com
US$18
/ night
Villas, Beach houses & Resorts in Port Antonio
5
Villa
Port Antonio, Portland
(30)
TripAdvisor
US$265
/ night
US$85
US$245
US$237
US$259
US$750
US$120
US$1,050
US$640
US$50
US$229
US$1,253
US$1,215
US$85
US$69
US$120
US$199
US$150
US$1,330
US$18
US$265
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About Jamaica

You will be welcome by bumpy mountains, narrow valleys, and coastal plains when you step your foot in Jamaica, an island located in the Caribbean, with its neighboring countries Cuba and Haiti. Being surrounded by the Caribbean Sea would mean that the state is encompassed by numerous bays and white-sand beaches. These water bodies will surely fight against the tropical climate of Jamaica, which is really hot and humid. Jamaica is divided into three landform regions that make its beauty: the eastern mountains, the central valleys and plateaus, and the coastal plains. The capital city of Jamaica, which contains most of its population, is Kingston. The dominant languages that are being used are English because of a fact that they were once under the rule of the United Kingdom and Jamaican Patois as their considered national language. Get ready with the scorching sun as you will meet the impressive land of Jamaica.

The Charm of Jamaica

1. Rarest Blue Mountain Coffee

For a coffee lover traveler who wants to satisfy the cravings, Jamaica is here to grant you their one of a kind coffee that is considered to be one of the expensive coffees globally. It is not as famous as it seems because it’s scarce, but you will surely have the chance to have a taste once you visit Jamaica. What makes it unique is that you will be able to land your feet in the land of Blue Mountain Coffee. It is an expensive coffee because picking the beans is really hard for the laborers because it is on the hillside of a high mountain in Kingston, it takes full dedication and effort to do so, and every single bean is being strictly hand-inspected. It is a coffee that is really rare because other countries haven’t got a taste yet with the bitter less coffee.

2. The Victory of the Gifted

The developer of Reggae genre music is no other than Jamaicans. It became as famous as the artist who had the highest selling reggae record of all time, Bob Marley. Reggae didn’t just get a remarkable award worldwide. Still, it also gains its success because it has been an instrument used by the artist to express their social and political concerns on regards to their country. Aside from their popular music genre, Jamaica took pride when Usain Bolt brought home a world-record title on their land for being the fastest man after winning the sprint competition. Now, he is the recognizable greatest sprinters of all time. Women confidently shine on their own too as Jamaican hold a record for 3 winners in Miss World Competition, making the Jamaicans the some of the most beautiful in the world.

3. Healing Waters of Jamaica

Waters reflecting the skies make it really tidy and bright. If you desire for a clean and clear mind, the destination you must try is Jamaica because they boast their healing waters that connect mother earth and the flawless creation to someone’s body. Soaking your body means cleansing all the worries from the burdens of life. It is not just purifying water but a transforming one, making your mental health stable and giving you a new perspective in life. It is the Caribbean sea that is behind the healing water, the sea that is surrounding Jamaica, making the country abundant with healing waters.

4. Warm Greetings of the Jamaicans

The people are as warm as the place. When you are encountering some of the friendly and artistic Jamaicans, you will notice how they do their greetings through a handshake with eyes directly to one another while wearing a sincere smile where you can see their entirely white teeth. One they are comfortable with each other, you can see the women kiss and hug each other. It isn’t unusual to be involved with them. They’re the sweetest. Get ready to immerse with the Jamaicans and experience their warm greetings, love of culture, music, and delicious foods.

5. Succulent Crops

Some of the crops that they have are bananas and mangoes, believed to have been brought by the Southeast Asians at some time in their Island’s history. The bananas are produced from large herbaceous flowering plants. The sweetness of the banana can be eaten alone already or can be mixed with desserts. The mangoes varied from colors green, red, yellow, and orange. They are also different in sizes, textures, and tastes, but one thing’s for sure, they are delighting, extra juicy and sweet. As a wanderer, you will definitely realize that the bananas and mangoes are tastier than their exported ones. Maybe it has something to do with the ambiance of Jamaica.

6. Firsts of the Jamaicans

Jamaicans are significantly glowing worldwide and making a lot of titles when it comes to ‘First.’ Jamaicans are known for the first tropical country to enter the Winter Games. They are also poised to say that they were the first Caribbean nation to launch their website. Because of their innovativeness, they are famous for being the first country in the Western world to build a railroad. Visit Jamaica, you’ll never know, maybe it is the Island that will first make your travel a wondrous voyage.