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Airports in Jamaica
There are two international airports in Jamaica: Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, and Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston, Jamaica's capital city.
Norman Manley International Airport
Located in Kingston, this is the better option if you're visiting the capital city, Port Antonio or heading to the Blue Mountains. Ground transportation can be arranged to take you to the domestic airport in Kingston, Tinson Pen, where flights are available to other parts of the island. Car rental, taxis and tour operators are located in the Arrivals Ground Transportation Hall to help visitors get to their destination.
Sangster International Airport
Located in Montego Bay, this is the primary point of entry for most tourists. It's the better port of entrance if you're headed to Montego Bay, Ocho Rios or Negril. In addition to international terminals, this airport has a domestic terminal with local flights that depart regularly to Kingston, Negril, Port Antonio and Ocho Rios. Taxis, hotel shuttles and car rental companies are available to assist visitors in getting to their final destinations.
Heartbeat of the WorldJamaica is the third biggest Caribbean island, surrounded by the Caribbean Sea, and has much more to offer than just sand, sea, and sun. Tropical rainforests, jagged blue-green mountains, and an exotic flora und fauna give the island it’s special flair. Breathtaking natural beauty, an abundance of cultural events and festivals, as well as innumerable sport activities make a vacation in Jamaica unforgettable.
Kingston is the capital of Jamaica; a city with over one million residents. This city is not centred around the beach life, rather around theatre, dance, and music. When it’s the beach life you are looking for, the most beautiful are Montego Bay, Ocho Rios, Negril, and Port Antonio, although every place has its own special characteristics.
For adrenaline seeking visitors, there are innumerable sporting opportunities waiting. Thirteen first-class golf courses, tennis, and many water sports make for an exciting selection.
Guests who want to learn more about the everyday life and culture of the Jamaican people can take part in the free and very successful “Meet the People” program, in which the Jamaica Tourist Board organises events with locals and tourists.
Today Jamaica’s population is at 2.6 million residents. The Jamaicans are warm hearted, friendly, and proud of their island. The official language is English, but some words and ways of speaking from the old language “Patois” can still be heard.
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