Located in the picturesque northern Jamaican town of Ocho Rios, the Couples Sans Souci offers guests stunning views of Jamaica's golden coastline and a host of fun activities to suit everyone's tastes.
Of all of the islands of the Caribbean, Jamaica is surely the one with the most widely recognised cultural cues. Our Jamaica holidays allow inspired travellers to experience it all first hand. The sounds of Jamaica have graced the world not only through the iconic Bob Marley, but through reggae, ska, rocksteady, dub and the dancehall music of countless chart-topping artists. The island is also famous for its jerk spice and of course the fastest man in the world: pretty impressive for a small island in the middle of the Caribbean sea.
Bob Marley fans can take a trip to the village of Nine Mile in Middlesex county, where his story began and where he was later laid to rest. But the sounds, tastes and smells of modern Jamaica are alive and waiting to be experienced too, in cities like Kingston and Montego Bay and smaller towns like Port Antonio. If you’re looking to delve into Jamaica’s colonial past, a visit to the historic centre, Spanish Town, will be a delightful day trip. Jamaica has it all - sun, sea, music and culture.
If this is sounding like a lot like hard work, you’ll be relieved to hear that holidays to Jamaica cater to all kinds of tastes. Many of our resorts contain everything you need for an all-inclusive holiday experience, with fantastic pools, spas, golf courses and more. The island of Jamaica is also known and loved for its passionate people, white beaches and the outstanding reefs which await at Runaway Bay and Ocho Rios. Inland, you’ll find dramatic waterfalls, the stunning peaks of the Blue Mountains and plenty of flora and fauna to spot and study around the wetlands and mountain sides. In short, it’s difficult to focus on any one reason to take a holiday to Jamaica: there are just too many!
Jamaica's climate tends not to be very extreme, although, because it has many mountains, temperatures may vary dramatically in different parts of the country. Hence, temperatures might drop to 10C in Mandeville, which is 2,061 ft high, while in Kingston, the average temperature is 26 C.
The hurricane season in Jamaica is between July and October.
Jamaica is a thrilling holiday location and a place which you will doubtlessly fall in love with, if the nation’s numerous exports haven’t won your heart already. We can provide the resort and package that will be perfect for your Holiday to Jamaica 2016, so give us a call today!