How to Travel to Jamaica, For Less

Travel to Jamaica

Looking to head to Jamaica this summer?

Jamaica is offering guests a variety of affordable getaway packages this summer.

The destination is hosting myriad of budget accommodations and value-added stays at high-end properties for the solo traveler, romantic getaways and family gatherings alike.

“Destination Jamaica attracts visitors who desire the best in hospitality, and our island offers a range of accommodations and experiences suited to everyone,” said Paul Pennicook, Jamaica’s Director of Tourism. “Whether visitors are looking for an eco-friendly property, a small inn, villa, an all-inclusive or a high-end experience, we invite travelers to come and explore the many value-added stays and packages that our hotels offer.”

Great Huts offers an affordable stay in Jamaica while providing a unique ecological and cultural vacation.

The huts at Boston Bay, Port Antonio property, on the island’s northeastern coast start at just $35 a night for a single bed and $83 a night for a queen bed.



Jakes Treasure Beach is currently promoting its Fall Into Love package, with two rooms starting at $95 per night, including continental breakfast for two.

The eco-friendly hotel on the island’s south coast features farm-to-table dining experiences, wellness offerings and unique rooms.

Half Moon

Half Moon

For an all-inclusive vacation, guests will find 20 percent off summer prices at Jewel Dunn’s River Beach Resort & Spa, Curio.

The adults-only resort invites guests to indulge in gourmet dining and unlimited drinks.

At Sunscape Splash Montego Bay, the Unlimited-Fun program caters to the entire family, with kid-friendly menu options, daily land and water activities, live music and entertainment and kids and teens clubs.

With Sunscape’s Vacation Half Off sale, families can save up to 50 percent on their stay.

Finally, guests can save 40 percent off at Half Moon, a 400-acre resort featuring two miles of private beach in Montego Bay.

The luxurious property offers a wide variety of amenities and activities, including 54 swimming pools, water sports, an equestrian center, a fitness center and the award-winning Fern Tree Spa.

— Dana Niland, CJ Contributor

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