There’s no shame in taking your vacation and Jamaica is ready to welcome vacationers to the Home of All Right!
In a recent report, Glassdoor revealed that the average U.S. employee only takes about half (54 percent) of his or her eligible vacation time/paid time. As summer comes to an end, people will be thinking about how to use their vacation days before the end of the year and the island of Jamaica has exciting new tourism offerings and deals to explore.
· Book an escape to Round Hill in Montego Bay by August 31st to receive 30% off of a three-night stay for travel through December 17, 2017
· All-inclusive Hotel RIU Negril is offering rates from $115 a night for travel through September 20, 2017
· Kids and teens stay free at the all-inclusive Moon Palace Jamaica for travel dates of now until December 23, 2017 if book before August 31
· Book in advance at Half Moon in Montego Bay and receive 10% off the best available rate for travel through December 16, 2017
· Book by November 30 and receive one night free when booking four nights or more at The Cliff Hotel in Negril for travel through December 19, 2017
To promote its world-renowned cuisine and provide visitors with first-hand, farm-to-table experiences, Jamaica launched the Blue Mountain Culinary Trail, a collection of eateries and attractions nestled within the UNESCO designated World Heritage Site of Jamaica’s Blue Mountains where some of the world’s most rare and exquisite coffee is grown. The trail offers travelers an opportunity to experience, at their own pace, Jamaica’s diverse ‘culinary bucket list’ of unexplored delights, ingredients and dishes that uncover cultural stories and history through the lens of food.
Adventure Falls, the recently-launched terraced playground at Chukka Good Hope, features a 50 ft cascading waterfall, six wading pools, and a 300 ft waterslide! Guests can enjoy a choice of unlimited refreshing beverages at the Jungle Bar and an authentic Jamaican Jerk Chicken lunch. About a 20-minute drive inland from Falmouth, this estate on more than 2,000 acres provides a sense of Jamaica’s rich history as a sugar-estate island, incredible views of the Martha Brae River, and loads of fun including zip-lining, river tubing, a great house tour, access to a colonial village, an aviary, and the Appleton Rum Tasting Experience.
Interested in using your remaining vacation days visiting the Home of All Right? Please feel free to reach out and inquire with any questions or image requests to supplement your upcoming piece.