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Is Jamaica Safe for Families to Visit

Is Jamaica Safe for Families to Visit

Jamaica has a reputation for having crime problems, however this is sometimes not deserved and is certainly not relevant to tourist areas. Tourism is very important to the island and thus huge efforts are made to keep this jewel safe. As a result tourist areas are extremely safe for everyone, including families. You simply need to exercise common sense, just as you wouldn’t go into known bad areas at home, the same applies to Jamaica. The majority of locals are hard working, friendly people that warmly greet visitors.

 

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Jamaica Villas Provides an Authenitic Jamaica Vacation Experience

The True Jamaica

Staying in a resort means that you can have a sun vacation with everything on-site. Restaurants, pools, activities, the beach, and guest rooms are all in one place. You never have to leave if you don’t want to, meaning you don’t have to worry about  driving. However, you never get to experience what a destination is truly like, in this case the real Jamaica. Part of traveling to a new place is to have an adventure, exploring and experiencing the local people and culture. Resorts isolate you from what a destination is truly like.

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5 Common Jamaica Villa Rental Mistakes

When choosing your Jamaica villa rental, you need to make sure you ask the owner the right questions to ensure the property will suit your needs. If you haven’t rented a vacation rental before, there are a number simple, but common mistakes renters make that can be easily avoided with the right preparation.

 

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Tips for Planning a Stress-Free Family Vacation

Jamaican Ocean View Villa tracked down some useful tips and tricks to help families who are planning a vacation with the kids. As any parent knows, traveling with children can bring a wide range of stressors and if you’re not careful, a relaxing, delightful vacation may be transformed into a nightmare experience that will have you opting for stay-cations for the next 18 years!

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