Insects in Jamaica in the month of November
(Terre Haute, IN, USA)
We are planning a November wedding on a beach in Jamaica.
Does anyone have any info from me on how bad, if at all, the insects are in Jamaica in November? Thank you!
ANSWER: by Wellesley Gayle June 17, 2010
When we Jamaicans (and tourists too) have a problem with insects, it is usually with mosquitoes and sand flies (called "no-see-ums").
The good news though is that both are usually more predominant in the evenings, at the peek of the rainy season, which is usually between March and June, so November should not be too bad.
I would suggest you bring your bug repellant though, just in case.
More tips here.
You may also find the Jamaica Travel Guide quite useful.
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