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Wanderlust Wednesday: Irie in Jamaica

Feeling Irie in Jamaica
Feeling Irie in Jamaica

It’s currently hot outside and the idea of skipping off to an island that at its hottest can feel as if you have a magnifying glass pointed directly at your back may not be your first thought at the moment. But fear not because come this autumn thanks to deals being offered at, you will fall in love with Jamaica and its mountainous ranges and beautiful coastlines, for deals that can save you up to fifty percent off.

Now close your eyes and imagine trade winds, mangoes, blue waters and some of the best rum punch there is to be had; give in to the temptation and book a ticket for this autumn. “Travelers looking to unwind this fall can choose Jamaica’s varied offerings as part of this new destination deal,” Sandra Scott, Jamaica’s Deputy Director of Tourism with responsibility for Marketing has said.

Experience the west coast and its seven mile beach; some of the whitest that you will ever see. The town is pretty sedate but the accommodations from the affordable Foote Prints on the Sands Hotel to Grand Lido will having you ask yourself should I bring the family or become hedonistic and hit a clothing optional resort? Whatever your choice Negril was designed with the tourist in mind.

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For a more authentic experience there is Doctor’s Cave Beach Hotel which pretty laid back and close to the public beach. Or you can opt for something a little more grand and romantic at the all-inclusive Sandals' which features candlelit dining for two, and scuba diving as a part of your package. Just imagine an October wedding of your dreams at a destination that is dedicated to two in love.

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If serenity and relaxation is what you desire then head to Jewel Paradise Cove Beach Resort & Spa where you can greet the sunrise from your private balcony. Order in room service from your butler or hit the water and enjoy a cruise, boat tour or windsurf. If you want to bring the kids along then head to Rooms on the Beach and have them set you up with a visit to the 600 foot (546m) Dunn's River Falls, or river rafting on the White River the largest river in the area, halfway down stop at the Jungle Bar for lunch and reggae music.

The Capital City may not be the place that you want to spend your entire holiday but this busy hub offers Club Kingston a first class lounge that is a sanctuary whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure. It offers a chance to understand some of Jamaica’s rich history through an audio-visual journey. Enjoy the complimentary snack bar or sip on a Red Stripe Beer.

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