Jamaica, honeymooners who want a “no problem” honeymoon will love Jamaica .

Jamaica is easy to reach from anywhere. Jamaica has natural offerings as well as a thriving nightlife. With Jamaica’s heavenly beaches, swaying palm trees and tropical charm, this destination has to be one of the most romantic places on earth. Grab your partner’s hand and make it a stay to remember. Jamaica is perfect for the romantic, adventurous, cultural and social honeymoon couple

No other Caribbean island offers as much splendor and diversity as Jamaica. Sugar-white beaches combine with shimmering waters to sooth your soul. Explore a rich island culture that expresses itself in superb cuisine, scintillating nightlife, and the sensual beat of reggae music. Jamaica is large enough to provide for every taste. From the world-famous beaches of Ocho Rios and Montego Bay to the toe-twinkling seven-mile stretch in Negril, to uncharted nooks where romantics can hide away, Jamaica is a paradise for everyone

From the pulsating rhythm of Montego Bay’s famous Hip Strip, tropical jungle and waterfalls of Ocho Rios, the famous Seven Mile Beach in Negril and the seclusion of the Southwest Coast, Jamaica is the island for all to experience. Loaded with beaches, waterfalls, mountains and populated reggae-loving locals, Jamaica is one of the popular Caribbean destinations for both honeymooners and cruise ships.

Day trips usually involve boat trips, scuba diving, tours of coffee or sugar plantations. The island is awash with traditional fishing villages and popular attractions like Dolphin Cove.

Jamaica is a good value for the money and the locals are hospitable. There are many all-inclusive resorts, some of which have their own private beaches, luxury spas and golf courses.

Jamaican food is a big part of life and eating out is obligatory, from beach side shacks where jerk chicken and fresh seafood are ubiquitous and cheap, to elite restaurants with high end local and international cuisines.

Music is another big part of Jamaican life and tourists will hear it everywhere. Reggae festivals typically include fun street parties, the banging of steels drums, soca dancing, and dressing up.

Surrounded by the bright blue sea, the “land of wood and water” has six mountain ranges, 120 rivers, 200 miles of beaches, 25 indigenous bird species, 3,800 flowering plants — 720 of which are unique to Jamaica — and over 500 types of ferns.

The warm season lasts from June 8 to September 30 with an average daily high temperature above 88°F. The hottest day of the year is August 3, with an average high of 89°F and low of 78°F. The cold season lasts from December 10 to March 17 with an average daily high temperature below 84°F. The coldest day of the year is February 19, with an average low of 73°F and high of 83°F.

Domestic airlines land at the international airports in Kingston, Montego Bay. We suggest to fly into Montego Bay, Sangster International Airport, due to the proximity of the resorts.

Sandals is definitely the resort of choice on this beautiful island.  Click here to check out all Sandals has to offer!