A Jamaican cruise is the ultimate for the enthusiastic honeymooner and avid cruiser!
From the astonishing range of physical terrain and lush jungle, to our beautiful white sand beaches, majestic waterfalls and rich history, Jamaica truly has a lot to offer!
According to the Mobil Travel Guide,
"If you're cruising in the Caribbean, chances are you'll drop anchor in Jamaica at some point. More cruise boats sail through these waters than anywhere else on Earth, and half of them visit Jamaica each year— making it the most popular cruise destination in the world.
Be it the reggae music or the jerk chicken, the smiles on the faces of locals or the insanely perfect weather, this Caribbean isle provides the same type of hospitality that you'll find on board — the playground is just bigger".
So what are some of the exciting shore tours you can get involved in?
The range is extensive but it includes historical tours, safari adventures, river rafting and tubing, horseback riding, canopy adventures and waterfalls.
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Whether you disembark at Montego Bay, Ocho Rios or Port Antonio there is more than enough to excite you on shore. Grab a trusted tour guide and enjoy any of these popular tours:
For many, Jamaica is the definitely the ultimate port of call for the many Western Caribbean Cruises, which typically last for seven days or more.
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Nov 26, 14 04:54 PM
QUESTION: I have been visiting Jamaica yearly since 1963 and feel in love with Sangster's World's End Wild Orange Liqueur. Do you have any idea of where
Nov 25, 14 10:39 PM
QUESTION: I am doing some business and I was asked to get a police record. I understand that not all police stations does this so where should I go
Nov 22, 14 01:09 PM
Hi, I was back in Jamaica in 2012 and visited YS Falls in St Elizabeth. As a Jamaican I did not know it existed as I always hear about Dunns River falls.
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