When Should I visit Jamaica for a Golf Holiday?
What other activities are available to do other than Golf?
There’s no denying that Jamaica is beautiful, but it’s the energy of the people that captures your heart. When visiting the island, look for cultural festivals and common hobbies to immerse yourself in the local culture.
On a culinary journey, treat your taste buds to the glitter of Traditional Jerk recipes, right here where it was born, as well as other island flavours. Nightlife enthusiasts, fire the waistline like no other at trendy clubs, local outings, or fun street dances.
A visit to Annie Palmer (not to be confused with Arnold Palmer), the “White Witch” of the Great House’s Rose Hall, will also be on your list. According to legend, her ghost still roams the halls of the hospital.
And, of course, unwind with a cocktail or two on one of the main gorgeous white sandy beaches on offer while listening to the steel drums play.
Where do you fly to in Jamaica for Golf Holidays?
Sangster International Airport is located in the Bay of Montego and serves as the primary point of entry for most visitors. If you’re heading to Montego Bay, Ocho Rios, or Negril, this is the best place to start. This airport, in addition to international terminals, has a private jet area with immigration and customs screening to make it easier for visitors who prefer this method of entry. To assist guests in getting to their final destinations, taxis, hotel shuttles, and car rental services are available in the Arrivals Hall.
Norman Manley International Airport is located in Kingston, making it an excellent choice for visitors to the capital. British Airways flights to Kingston are more frequent and convenient. With extras like free club carriage, this can work out to be a good deal.