Thursday, November 18, 2010

Jamaica – the leading winter getaway destination in the Caribbean

Jamaica has been voted as the leading destination in the Caribbean and this is just one of the awards that it added to its kitty during the World Travel Awards 2010 ceremony that was held in London on 7 November. The beautiful island nation was voted as the best beach destination in the Caribbean. It is little wonder then that it is a leading winter getaway for people across the globe specifically in the USA, Canada and UK.

To cater to the influx of visitors to the island, American Airlines has now added three weekly round-trip flights to the existing two. American Airlines is also offering service out of Phoenix for the first time, and British Airways is resuming flights to Montego Bay in October.

The warm, tropical weather is indeed a magnet. However, more important is that the destination is affordable and within the means of a budget traveler.

In fact visitors can look forward to a comfortable and personalized experience by staying in Jamaica rentals comprising private villas, cottages and apartments that provide all the services associated with a hotel complimented with privacy, space, freedom and informal surroundings that only a home can give.

As already stated above, Jamaica has been voted as the leading beach destination in the world. The distinction went to Montego Bay, the second largest town on the island. However, Jamaica boasts plenty of beautiful beaches, one of them being the Seven
Miles Beach in the laid back town of Negril and the Boston Beach in Port Antonio. Then there are guests of the Silver Sands Villas in Jamaica that say that the Silver Sands Beach is the best beach in Jamaica.

1 comment:

St Croix Villas said...

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