Clear seas, Cocktails, Rastafarianism and Reggae
Practically every hotel and resort in Jamaica trades on the island’s romantic reputation, which means that there are no shortage of places to go if you are planning a honeymoon in Jamaica: many even include the wedding and honeymoon package. Looking for the perfect honeymoon in Jamaica is up to you and what you want, although there are ample opportunities for romance wherever you go. A dreamy cruise down Port Antonio’s Rio Grande river on a bamboo raft to Lovers Lane (named by Errol Flynn) in the 1950s, or a swim in the blue lagoon (also in Port Antonio), which featured in the Brooke Shield film of the same name – honeymooning in Jamaica offers no end of choice.
If you’re thinking of getting married in Jamaica, Sandals and SuperClubs pretty much dominate the market: between them, they hold more than 3,000 weddings a year. Prices can vary and can include everything from rooms, meals and drinks to unlimited water sports, but it all depends on the season, and location. The wedding package will cost extra but will include a licence, an officiant, flowers, announcements, a cake, appetisers and taped music.