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Jamaica All-Inclusive Vacations

Bob Marley may have put reggae and Jamaica on the map, but there’s a reason people visit this jammin’ island over and over again.
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Dive Into Jamaica

With its breathtaking beaches, jawdropping all-inclusive resorts, enchanting waterfalls, and a captivating musical culture, Jamaica strikes a chord, offering an array of adventures for anyone up for the vacation of a lifetime. It’s Jamaica, Mon. You can’t help but relax and enjoy the festivities when you’re on the island, and there’s not a better way to savor the sounds of the island than through the Jamaican people. With their incredible friendliness, zest for creating colorful art, spicy Jamaican jerk cuisine and dance moves that will make even the reluctant hit the dance floor. You're bound to fall in love with this island!


With warm Jamaican sunshine, breathtaking ocean views, and miles of sandy beaches, you'll soon see why people book all-inclusive Jamaica resorts and vacation packages over and over again. "Get All Right" and plan your next all-inclusive vacation here!

Jamaica Overview

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    Mapping Out Jamaica

    When you set out to discover Jamaica, Montego Bay, a bustling hub of activity, earns its reputation for being the “tourism capital” with its lively street markets, road side food vendors and beaches aimed more for action-packed water activities than for lazing on a hammock in the sun. To discover some of the prettiest waterfalls and lush tropical foliage, heading to Ocho Rios will be well-worth your time. If you prefer island life with a more native flare, then vacationing in Negril will be what you want. Negril is also home to one of the prettiest beaches in all of Jamaica, Seven Mile Beach. Located on the East side of the island, Kingston is the country’s capital and its cultural and financial center. Here you’ll find Jamaican city life at its finest. And when you’ve had enough of the city life, you can explore the nearby Blue Mountains, known for their coffee beans, trails, rivers and waterfalls.

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    Nature's Wonderland

    Considered Jamaica’s most famous water attraction and greatest natural treasure, Dunn's River Falls is a combination of waterfalls, freshwater pools and incredible views. It's a “must see” in Ocho Rios. It's a popular tourist spot, so keep in mind, that it can be busy. It's still a fun spot to visit, though. One of the highlights is climbing up the falls! Make sure you have shoes on that can get wet. And, when you finish, you can hang out at the beach at the bottom of the waterfalls. You’ll probably work up an appetite, so be sure to stop in the beach restaurant or pack some snacks to enjoy on the beach.

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    Seven Mile Wonder

    Once you see the sugary white sands on this beach, you’ll understand why most of the Negril resorts are nestled along the Seven Mile Beach. Add translucent, turquoise waters and palm trees to this picture, and it’s easy to understand its reputation as the gem of the island.

    The beach can be busy, and there might be some vendors along the shores, but you can also find a quiet spot to relax. The water is perfect for snorkeling, too. And it truly is clean, well-cared for and very serene. Spending the day basking in the sun on Seven Mile Beach won't be too shabby of a day for you. And, you'll have plenty of beach bars in the area when you need to quench your thirst. Sit back and relax on this seven mile wonder.

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    Take a Walk on the Legendary Side

    You'll for sure want to pay homage to reggae legend Bob Marley. This walking tour starts off in the town Nine Mile, where Marley spent his adolescent years. On this pilgrimage, you’ll travel through the countryside, peppered with dilapidated shacks and farms, ending your tour at Marley’s former home and the adjoining shanty where he is buried. Walking with other tourists and getting an inside scoop from the tour guide is a ton of fun. And, if you time your trip right, you can go to the annual celebration of Marley on his birthday, February 6. You'll be singing reggae in no time on this legendary trail!

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    Meet Me at Rick's

    You can’t go to Negril without visiting the most popular restaurant in Negril. In fact, this might be the most popular restaurant in Jamaica! Inspired by the bar in the movie Casablanca, it’s the place locals and visitors flock to, to take in the evening’s sunset, grab a cocktail and watch the cliff jumpers. If you haven't seen anyone jump off the cliffs, make sure you stick around long enough to see it happen. Hanging on the back deck at Rick's is the place to see all the action. And, you can always find fresh fish on the menu and any drink you can challenge the bartender to concoct. Mix all this with the funk of reggae music playing in the background, and you got yourself one happening spot to hang out while you're in Negril.

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    Stellar Sunsets

    Without a doubt, Negril is one of the world’s best locations to watch the sunset. It's on the western tip of Jamaica and when the sun sets, it's like it falls off the sea. You'll want to make sure you grab your camera when you head out for the night. It's a photo op moment, for sure.

    You might even want to book a sunset cruise, so you can experience this glorious sight from the sea! Drinks, dinner and a romantic setting to celebrate this vacation - yes, please! Watching the sunset from the beach, pool or patio at your resort will be just as spectacular, though. The brilliant colors will amaze you, so don't miss out on this sight!

  • Annie Palmer Was Here

    Jamaica has a rich history of sugar plantations and if you can only visit one, then plan to see Rose Hall Great House. Considered the most popular plantation in Jamaica and one of the largest, the Rose Hall Great House even comes with the legend of being haunted by its former owner, Annie Palmer. Known for her “black magic” powers, Annie "did away with" three of her husbands and countless lovers. Your tour will take you through all the nooks and crannies of this plantation. And, at the end of your tour, enjoy a drink at Annie’s Pub located on the ground floor.

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    Tee it up at Cinnamon Hill Ocean Course at Rose Hall for the best golfing challenge in Jamaica. You’ll get to see panoramic views of the ocean, lush vegetation on Mount Zion and a cascading waterfall. Even if you don't play, you might want to check out this 400-acre beauty.

    The course is set on an old sugar plantation with a winding, old aqueduct that used to grind sugarcane. When you look at it closely, you can see it's dated 1761. Not only is there so much history here, but you can also play a serious round of golf. Plus, the course is famous for its caddies, considered some of the best. If you need a little help with your game, then they can help you out!

    Make sure you grab your camera for a photo op on hole #6 because the ocean view here is spectacular.

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    Just What the Doctor Ordered

    For over 100 years, Doctor's Cave Beach has been Montego Bay’s best beach spot. Considered the prettiest on this side of Jamaica, the white sands and crystal blue waters you'll find here are a great place for swimming, snorkeling and sunbathing. It's a busy place, with shops, beach bars, cyber cafes and more to keep the whole family entertained. But, it is well-maintained and clean and you'll love having the showers on-site when you finish up your day splashing around in the ocean. You can rent beach chairs and umbrellas to use for the day, which is a great way to make a central meeting spot for the family. With lots of activities along the beach, you'll really love spending the day here!

Most Popular Resorts in Jamaica

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    Riu Montego Bay

    Ditch your 9 to 5 and head to Riu Montego Bay! At this all-inclusive resort, you know what level of crazy good service you’re going to get. Not only will you have everything you want during your stay, you’ll also meet some of the most charming, endearing people. Fill your day with fun and fruity cocktails, locally made jerk chicken (find it at the hut on the beach) and activities galore like kayaking, beach volleyball or snorkeling. 

    Take me to Riu Montego Bay.
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    Bahia Principe Luxury Runaway Bay (Adults-Only)

    Experience rock star wait service on a private beach at Bahia Principe Luxury Runaway Bay. Relax poolside, enjoy a massage at the spa and be blown away by spectacular views while you tee off in a golfer’s paradise at this all-inclusive resort.

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    Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort & Spa

    On the northern coast of Jamaica, nestled in the lush tropical flora of a mountainous landscape is an idyllic, rockin' enclave where you can block out reality and enter the Chill Zone. 

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    Bahia Principe Grand Jamaica

    When you enter the open-air lobby of Grand Bahia Principe Jamaica, you’ll immediately feel the Jamaican breeze. At this all-inclusive resort, vacation bliss is at your fingertips. All-inclusive means a stress-free getaway: drinks, food and activities at your resort are included in the price of your getaway!

    Take me to Bahia Principe Grand Jamaica.

Customer Favorite Resorts in Jamaica

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    Couples Tower Isle

    Named by Travel + Leisure in 2011 as the "World's Best Hotel Spa in the Caribbean" and as #26 in the "Top Hotels in the World", this resort isn't just one of the best resorts in Jamaica; it's one of the world's best resorts. The couples-only resort's beachfront paradise boasts Tower Isle: a private island accessible only by boat, and the only place where couples can enjoy nude sunbathing. The swim-up bar on the island puts premium liquor in the rum punch, so you can bathe nude in the lap of luxury.

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    Iberostar Selection Rose Hall Suites

    This regal resort sits on what was once the site of the famed sugar cane plantation, Rose Hall. Inside, the style continues with an epic staircase, marble floors and bronze candelabras that is coupled with the bright, quirky furniture and fixtures. It truly is a dream come true. 

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    Riu Palace Jamaica (Adults-Only)

    Riu Palace Jamaica is an adults-only, all-inclusive beach Eden with everything you’d ever want, plus more. The delectable cuisine, chic bars, soft sand and water sports provide a memorable time away. Head to the relaxing spa or retreat to your room for the best rest and relaxation.

    Take me to Riu Palace Jamaica (Adults-Only).
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    Couples Swept Away

    Couples Swept Away is a dreamy romantic escape. Jamaica is home to a number of the most amazing beaches in the world, and its famed Seven Mile Beach is yours at this couples-only resort. Tropical gardens and Caribbean decor in the deluxe rooms and suites encourage couples to relax and reconnect with one another.

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    Couples Sans Souci

    Nestled on a lush hillside on the northern coast of this blessed island, this resort is a couples' wonderland on the sand. Whether you're looking to restore and relax in the curative mineral pools grottos, chill by the pool or spend time  on the au natural beach, you can quickly descend into a beach heaven here.

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