Traveling To Jamaica
Traveling to Jamaica is very easy! Many different flights go in and out of the Island on a regular basis from just about everywhere in the world.
Whether you are leaving from North America, Europe, Asia, Africa, South America, Australia, or even right here in the caribbean, you can always find a flight.
Even if it is a connecting flight from one country to another.
Regardless of where you are flying from, your port of entry onto the Island will be either Sangster International Airport on the western end of the Island, or the Norman Manley International Airport on the eastern end of the Island.
If you are going on vacation and you plan to stay in Montego Bay, Negril, or Ocho Rios – the biggest tourist resorts areas on the Island, you will more than likely be entering at sangsters
Once you land and clear immigration, it should take you no more than a few minutes to get to your destination if you are staying in montego Bay, about an hour if you are staying in Negril, or a couple hours if you are staying in Ocho Rios.
As you plan your trip, keep in mind that…
- our local airline, Air Jamaica, offers great deals and excellent service.
- Connecting flights take longer, but are a lot cheaper.
- Jamaican travel packages which include plane ticket, hotel accommodation, meals, tours, entertainment, or any combination thereof are a great way to go.
- Cruise is another great way to go. If you find one for a great price that stays in Jamaica for a few days on the Island, you may want to consider going for it…unless of course you plan to stay much longer than the cruise will allow. We now have three ports of entry on the Island: Montego Bay, Ocho Rios, and Falmouth.