The Jamaican culture credits the holiday season and the spirit of giving as the most exciting time of the year. In addition to a special, and reportedly quite tasty, Jamaican Christmas cake, the Jamaican culture celebrates the Christmas season through festivals, entertainment, parties, family functions, and get togethers amongst friends. There are even flamboyant Christmas Day Parades through the streets of Jamaica.
The Island Culture of Jamaica
A Jamaica Christmas, there's nothing quite like. The Jamaican culture is filled to the brim with saucy style and a cool island rhythm, that makes celebrate an holiday on the island an excursion to Paradise. Take a look at what a day in the life of the Jamaican culture of the isle is like by taking a look at many other island resorts in other countries.
Twelve seaside bungalows overlooking the lagoon, as well as Lagoon View Rooms and Junior and Senior Suites. Eco-activities: Museum of Tahiti, Gauguin Museum of Art, scuba diving, dolphin watching, Caves of Maraa, three waterfalls, snorkeling and kayaking. Packages are tailor-made.
Beach bungalows, overwater bungalows and premium overwater bungalows. Eco-activities: swimming with turtles, deep-sea fishing. Customized packages available.
Devoted to saving the rainforest. Eco-activities: Hundreds of species of bird, like parrots, toucans, macaws, forest trekk, tours through the rainforest, orchids, gardens, monkey, anteaters. Packages start at $55 per person per night.
Luxury treehouse surrounded by a private nature reserve. Forest walks, unique wildlife, ancient trees, canopy tours, bird watching, swimming, mountain climbing and hiking are all abundant here. The honeymoon suite sports a bath for two, and there's an outdoor gym complete with trampolines and a jungle gym. Internet access is available. Each honeymoon suite has it's own private balcony. Customized packages are available.
Coco Palm Dhuni Kolhu is apart of the Coco Palm chain of resorts. Coco Palm is proud of its devotation to the environement, and they demonstrate it in their participation in the Maldives' Million Tree Campaign. Eco-activities: Dolphin watching, snorkeling with resort's resident marine biologist, consultation with Maldives' Medicine Man on Fridays, introduction to wildlife like turtles, exotic birds and gecko, although not the same one from the Geico commerical. Diving and organic cooking lessons are also popular activities. Coco Palm's Eco-neymoon Packages covers accomadations for a beach villa and starts at $330 per night, although couple can upgrade to a Deluxe Beach Villa or Lagoon Villa.
Finch Bay is Ecuador's finest resort and is tailored toward couples, honeymooners and even families. The EcoHotel is located on a private seaside island and has always implemented ecological approaches to dealing with waste and recycling. The activities fall in line with the resort's eco-mind. Eco-activities: Kayaking tours, scuba diving, bird-watching, mountain biking, trekking local islands, like Santa Fe, Bartolome, Seymour. Packages start at $629.25.
Enjoy a little bit of Jamaican culture here at the Hotel Mockingbird Hill in Port Antonio. Hotel Mockingbird Hill is located between the Caribbean Sea and the Blue Mountains. The warm Jamaican resort is committed to provide couples with a biodiverse getaway. Activities include bird-watching, hiking, cycling, snorkeling, diving, plantation tours, Cinchone Botanical Gardens and attractions like Reich Falls, the Blue Lagoon and Nonsuch Caves. The Mockingbird Honeymoon Packages is a big hit. Starting at $1,075 per person between May and December and $1,275 per person from January to April, the package covers four nights in the Superior room, four evening dinners and a romantic rafting trip.