British nationals don’t need a visa to visit Jamaica. Visitors are usually granted entry for a maximum of 90 days. The date by which you must leave Jamaica will be stamped in your passport. Your passport should be valid for the proposed duration of your stay.
‘Sun is shining, the weather is sweet’ were the words of Jamaican native Bob Marley- and when you visit the island you’ll find it hard to disagree. Endless sunshine combined with golden beaches and culture as colourful as any you’ll find, adds up to create an unforgettable holiday destination. Join in with the locals and party the night away at one of the many bars and clubs.
The best time to visit Jamaica is November to mid-December. That’s when the island’s already beautiful weather (ranging from mid-70s to the high 80s all year-round) is the most pleasant. Rates are also cheap during the summer, but you’ll risk the wrath of hurricane season. January to March is the peak travel season to the island.
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