Airports in Jamaica

Here’s everything you need to know about Jamaica: Transportations, climate, popular places and more. Airports in Jamaica and transfers...

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Learn more about the airport in Jamaica, its population, local currency, frequently asked questions about Port Antonio, Boscobel, Negril, and more. Which airport are you planning to travel to in Jamaica? Norman Manley International Airport or Ian Fleming International Airport? You could go to Sangster International Airport or the city centre from Negril Aerodrome Airport. Whatever the destination is, you can easily book our services online on with comfortable, budget-friendly, hygienic, and luxurious transfers from all the airports in Jamaica. 

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Information about Jamaica

  • Language: English
  • Dialing code: +1-876 or +1-658
  • Capital: Kingston
  • Currency: Jamaican Dollar (JMD)
  • Time zone:  UTC-5
  • Area: 10,991 km²
  • Population: 2.973 million
  • Climate: Jamaica has a tropical climate with hot and humid weather. The dry season is from December to May, which is winter and spring. The wet season is from June to November, with summer and autumn.
  • National Religion: Christianity
  • Official Newspapers: Daily Star, The Daily Gleaner, The Agriculturalist, The Jamaica Churchman, Jamaica Herald, Jamaica Information Service, Jamaica Observer, The Jamaica Star, Jamaican Times, Royal Gazette, Western Mirror
  • National Emergency Numbers: 119 (Police), 911 (Fire), 911 (Ambulance)

Jamaica is an island country with a 10,990 area as the third largest island in the Greater Antilles and the Caribbean. After the United States and Canada, it is the third most populated Anglophone country in the Americas and the fourth most populous in the Caribbean. Kingston is the largest city and the capital. The economy depends on tourism. The climate is tropical. Jamaica is hot and humid. Weather in higher inland areas is milder. All year round, it is warm, but in winter and spring, it is the dry season. From February to April, Jamaica has the most sunshine. The dry season is from December to May, which is winter and spring. The wet season is from June to November, with summer and autumn. The average temperature is around 28 degrees. Saint Catherine is the warmest region with the most rain and the coldest region. The best time to visit is from November to December. 

People & Culture of Jamaica

Jamaica consists of a mixture of people with African and European cultures. It is the birthplace of reggae music and the Rastafari religion. Dancing, enjoying the weather, and music are some of the activities in Jamaica. People are friendly, hospitable, and merry on this island. It is home to songwriters, musicians, storytellers, beauty queens, athletes, social activists, and many others. 

Top Tourist Attractions in Jamaica

  • Black River
  • YS Falls
  • Rose Hall Great House
  • Reach Falls
  • Doctor's Cave Beach
  • Blue Hole
  • Rio Grande River
  • Mayfield Falls
  • Falmouth
  • Kingston
  • Blue Mountains
  • Mystic Mountain
  • Dunn's River Falls
  • Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park
  • Negril Beach
  • The Negril Cliffs
  • Rafting the Martha Brae River
  • Port Antonio

Popular Dishes in Jamaica

  • Ackee and codfish (Jamaica's national dish, ackee fruit with codfish and vegetables)
  • Fish Escovitch (fried whole fish and vegetables)
  • Brown stew chicken
  • Fish Tea (spicy fish soup)
  • Jamaican Corn Soup
  • Oxtail (tail of cattle with rice and peas)
  • Festival (chicken or fried fish with cornmeal and spices)
  • Breadfruit
  • Toto (coconut cake)
  • Jamaican patties (pastry with meat or vegetables)
  • Fried plantain or plantain chips
  • Callaloo (kale with sauteed onions)
  • Jamaican red peas soup
  • Rice and peas
  • Coco Bread (starchy, sweet bread)
  • Solomon Gundy (pickled fish with crackers)
  • Mannish water (spicy soup with goat head)
  • Gizzada (dessert)
  • Run Down (run-dun, spicy fish stew with green bananas)
  • Pepper Pot Soup (vegetable soup)

Private Airport Transfers in Jamaica

With beautiful landscapes, perfect weather, large cuisine, and charming people, Jamaica is again a country to visit! offers private transfer service and door-to-door transfers from or to any airport in Jamaica. You can book your transfer online, and we can arrange the rest, so you don't need to worry about getting to the desired location in Jamaica.

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  • Safe online payment system
  • A warm meet & greet service
  • Point-to-point transfer
  • Professional drivers
  • 100% money-back guarantee
  • We are Pet Friendly! So you can travel safely with your buddy without hesitation
  • Vehicle options according to your needs (such as Limousine, Minivan, or Sedan)
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