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Find the ideal vacation rental for as little as $18 per night by searching and comparing the 15,193 options available in Jamaica. By directly analyzing these accommodations, HomeToGo features the best deals and the highest rated accommodations in Jamaica.
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Price and Availability Index in Jamaica
Vacation Rental Price Information in Jamaica
This graph displays average prices of the vacation rentals and holiday apartments located in Jamaica. Jamaica is more expensive in September (9/7 - 9/14), where prices are on average $148 a night. The week with the lowest average prices is in December (12/22 - 12/29).
Rental Availability Information in Jamaica
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in Jamaica. The most challenging week to find a rental in the next twelve months is in December (12/22 - 12/29). People tend to travel less to Jamaica during a week in May (5/4 - 5/11) when only 6% of the rentals are booked.
Experience the beauty of Jamaica with a vacation rental
Jamaica caters to visitors of all tastes and sensibilities. Take your pick from sublime Caribbean music and cuisine, pristine waters, historical museums and galleries, and a dynamic festival scene. Make a beach front vacation home or stylish city apartment your base to navigate this famously idyllic island.
Jamaica's culinary treats are best savored with locals down at the markets, little towns, and villages. The national dish, Jerk Chicken, is cooked in hot coals with cornmeal fritters and plantain chips on the side.
Lobster and red snapper preparations are a must. For soups, choose from the leafy green Pepperpot soup, brown chicken stew, conch chowder, and oxtail soup. Fresh fruit juices and tender coconut water are ubiquitous - so indulge!
Bob Marley’s Birthday Bash held each February honors the legend with streets coming alive with parties and Rastafarian flags. March's Saint Ann Kite Festival sees colorful kites soar into the skies to the beat of traditional music. The fiery flavor of Jamaica's Carnival (Bacchanal) features sequinned dancers, Soca sounds, steel drums, and plenty of soul.
The Easter Regatta at Montego Bay is followed by the Ocho Rios Jazz Festival, a fervent celebration of Caribbean jazz. Soft sands, cocktails, and reggae beats are part of the New Year Eve Harbour Fest and Fireworks on the Waterfront.
Sights of Jamaica
Island Gully Falls - Blue Hole
Previously known as Blue Hole (or Irie Blue Hole), Island Gully Falls is a short drive from Ocho Rios town, and close to Dunn's River Falls, so you can visit both on the same day. The series of falls allow visitors to jump from the top, swing from a Tarzan-style rope, or just swim around.
Seven Mile Beach
Seven miles of sand and clear waters await at this north-western family-friendly beach. Suntan, rent a kayak, or purchase fresh lobster from friendly merchants. The stretch comes alive after dark as bars and clubs treat diners to Caribbean cuisine and live music.
Dunn's River Falls and Park
Also located close to Ocho Rios town, Dunn's River Falls are a major island attraction where visitors can ascend a cascading waterfall amid lush vegetation. Wear water shoes and carry water-resistant bags for your cameras.
Regaled for its white soft sand and blue waters, the western-facing Negril Cliffs are sheltered by a Caribbean reef, making it safe for families with kids. The adventurous may dive from the cliffs like locals do. Post-sunset beach parties are a great way to savor Jamaica's culture.
Experience Jamaica's longest river walk, climb down a bamboo stairway, cross a bridge, and immerse yourself into the healing mineral pools and natural jacuzzis. Explore the shimmering underwater caves where you might meet River Mumma, a mermaid who resides there according to island folklore.
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