First Class Flights to Jamaica
If you want to treat you and your family to a holiday aboard then a great place to visit is Jamaica. This luxurious country as so much to offer depending on what you and your family enjoy most. You could visit Bob Marley’s birth place Nine Mail or simply visit on of the quiet beaches and experience one of their famous sunsets. To really travel in style it is worth booking first flights to Jamaica. It is easy to travel to Jamaica and travel locally is also simple and easy to book/arrange.
Flying First class from UK to Jamaica
There are two main airports that you can fly into from the UK. You can fly into Kingston from London Gatwick with both British Airways and Virgin Atlantic. Montego Bay however is probably the most popular destination to fly into. Choices for first class flights to Jamaica from the UK include Birmingham International, London Gatwick and Manchester.
Although it is a long journey from the UK it is well worth a visit. For extra comfort you should look into booking first class flights to Jamaica.
When to Travel First Class to Jamaica
No matter what time of year you choose to look a first class flights to Jamaica the weather will be warm and humid. However at certain times of the year they are susceptible to hurricanes and so where possible you should avoid.
Usually you can expect the worst weather in the country to be between May and June or September and November. So any time around these months and you should have the hot climates you would expect from such a place.
Where to Stay and Getting Around for First Class Travelers
Being a popular tourist island, there are plenty options when it comes to staying in Jamaica. The likely hood is that you will want some where near to a beach so the best cities to choose from are Negril, Montego Bay, Ocho Rios, Port Antonio and Treasure Beach. Many of these have private resorts or luxury hotels to choose from depending what you would like. If you have children they also come with people that will look after them if you want a few hours to yourself in the day or evening. One of the recommended luxury hotels is the Ritz-Carlton Golf & Spa Resort, Rose Hall.
Getting around locally is easy with taxis available at all times of the day, with hotels able to ring and book ahead for you.
Although the Jamaicans are friendly and welcome tourists you should be aware that they are very big on manners. This especially goes when you are talking to the elderly. Be polite and courteous at all times. This includes if a beggar approaches you for money. Simply acknowledge them and walk away. As long as you stick to this you will generally find the locals to be both friend and welcoming, many of them have a vague knowledge of English which allows for some basic communication.
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