All inclusive holidays in Jamaica

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  • Jamaica All inclusive holidays

    The Caribbean's fourth-largest island can still feel like a home-from-home for many British holidaymakers, although it gained its independence in 1962. Until then, it was owned by Great Britain, and all-inclusive holidays in Jamaica still put you in the third-largest English-speaking country in the Americas, ranking behind only Canada and the USA. With nearby Hispaniola and Cuba, Jamaica is one of the three largest islands of the Greater Antilles, so there's plenty to explore during your break, with rich culture and colonial heritage.

    Cuisine that cuts the salt

    You might expect island cuisine to be quite salty - the influence of the surrounding seawater, or of the catch of the day stored in brine - but on cheap all-inclusive holidays to Jamaica you're in for a surprise. Among the many culinary influences on the island is Rastafarian culture, and one of the hallmarks of their cooking is very low use of salt. True Rastafarian dishes also never use pork, and in many cases are vegetarian - with neither meat nor fish in the recipe - so if you don't eat any kind of meat or seafood, you should still find you have a good choice when it comes to dining.

    Amid the golden glow

    James Bond fans might recognise some of Jamaica's main landmarks from the movies, but while Bond has visited the island a number of times over the years, you might not know that it is also where Bond's creator, Ian Fleming, once resided. Its name is of course Goldeneye, and a trip to this stunning area puts you within easy reach of Oracabessa, where the afternoon light takes on an unusual apricot colour. This unique experience is a great addition to any cheap holiday in Jamaica.

    All-inclusive meals in Jamaica

    All-inclusive holidays to Jamaica live up to their name in more ways than one, as the cuisine not only embraces Rastafarian recipes, but also the British colonial heritage of the island and a broad array of other influences from Chinese, Indian, Africa and Americas. You'll even recognise hints of Spanish cooking in there from the early European explorers. Go all-inclusive and you can try all the different snacks and meals on offer during the course of your stay.

    Why choose an all-inclusive holiday to Jamaica?

    Jamaica is an island known around the world for its relaxed environment and easy-going people. So why not do the same on all-inclusive holidays in Jamaica? With food and drink as and when you want it, and all taken care of, you’re free to enjoy the beaches, sunshine and rhythm of the island. This mirrors Jamaica’s chilled atmosphere, allowing you to enjoy your holiday completely stress-free without having to pull out your wallet every five minutes. Delicious Caribbean flavours, spices and tropical fruits, all washed down with rum cocktails – that’s the way to really make the most of your Jamaican break.

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