Irie mon is a phrase commonly heard in Jamaica. It means, cool or everything is going good. Jamaica is a wonderfully diverse island paradise making it a perfect travel vacation. Jamaicans are warm, friendly people that welcome tourists. Jamaica is the largest English-speaking Island in Caribbean spanning 4,400 square miles. The island is a tropical paradise comprised of a plethora of color acting as a muse for natives and visitors alike.

Jamaica is a favorite travel vacation destination for vacationers in the Caribbean. From Negril's beautifull beaches to Duns River Falls tours in Ocho Rios to shopping in Montego Bay, Jamaica has all that a tourist could ask plus much more. Jamaica's cultural center is in its capital city of Kingston. Kingston is a preferred vacation travel destination for those interested in Jamaica's history.

Today’s visitors will appreciate their trip to Jamaica all the more if they embrace the island’s unique character and the inherent ‘African-ness’ of its population. Jamaicans define enthusiasm. Whether the topic is ackee or dominoes, politics or Carnival, the spirit of this island comes out in every interaction. Although the island is well known for its tropical beauty, reggae music, and cuisine, you may find that your interactions with local residents are what you truly remember.

Aside from its people, Jamaica has much to offer, the curious, thirsty or weary traveller. The Blue Mountains boasts the world’s best coffee, try a cup in the century-old factory at Mavis Bank. There are world-class reefs for diving including those at Runaway Bay and Ocho Rios and great stretches of palm-fringed sand at Treasure Beach or Frenchman’s Cove near Port Antonio. There are offbeat bush-medicine hiking tours, congenial fishing villages, pristine waterfalls, cosmopolitan cities, wetlands harboring endangered crocodiles and manatees, unforgettable sunsets – in short, enough variety to comprise many utterly distinct vacations.

Jamaica has a deep rich history that must be understood for one to appreciate Jamaica's diversity. Settled by the spanish and later conquered by the British, Jamaica has roots from around the world. The majority of Jamaica's population is of African decent, which stems from the slaves brought to the island to work on the sugar cane plantations. However, over the centuries Indians, Chinese, Irish, and many more have left their imprint on Jamaican culture.

Kick back, relax and enjoy all that Jamaica has to offer.