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Jamaica: where Caribbean weather and culture come together

Your Jamaica Vacation

Jamaica’s sea, mountains and spectacular weather have seduced many people, who have made the island unique with its architecture, its culture and its lifestyle. Experience an unforgettable, reggae-infused vacation in one of many all-inclusive resorts.

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Jamaica the Transat Way

In addition to our much-beloved all-inclusive packages to sun-soaked wonderlands, we also offer:

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  • Important Things to Know Before Visiting Jamaica

    By DIAN EMERY / 12 April 2016
    You’ve got Bob Marley tunes newly loaded onto your phone, and you have non-stop cravings for jerk chicken, you can almost feel the Caribbean heat warming up your cold winter bones. These are sure signs your holiday trip to Jamaica is close. To help you prepare and maximize your vacation fun, here is our list of important things to know before you visit Jamaica.

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  • Traditional Jamaican Food: A Delicious, Unique Treat

    By CEDRIC LIZOTTE / 11 August 2015
    Traditional Jamaican food is one of the most underrated cuisines on the planet. From Rastafarian specialties to everyday dishes, including the famed Jamaican patties, the variety of foods and recipes found on this small Caribbean island are always well-spiced, extremely aromatic and sometimes even a tad intimidating. Follow your Transat guide to find the best food on the northern side of the island!

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  • Family Fun: The Ultimate Jamaica Vacation in Port Antonio

    By DIAN EMERY / 23 February 2015
    “One love, one heart… Let’s get together and feel all right.” —Bob Marley
    The pulse of the real Jamaica beats in the island’s small towns and parishes. You can taste it, sizzling hot, at the local jerk chicken BBQ, and it can be heard loud and clear in the vibrant tones of reggae played in every corner of the island. It is music. It is food. It is people. Vacations to Jamaica should have a healthy dose of all three to make you feel all right.

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Good to know

Presence of Sargassum in Mexico and the Caribbean
Depending on the weather conditions, winds and tides may bring large quantities of Sargassum to shore. Since seaweed moves with the ocean currents, quantities may vary by place and day. Transat would like to inform its clients that this natural phenomenon beyond its control affects several parts of Mexico and the Caribbean. Although the presence of this brown seaweed is greater than usual, our hotel partners are making every effort to clean the beaches when necessary.

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