Must Know Before You Book your Flight to Jamaica
Are you planning a vacation to your dream destination? Due to tight budget you are scouring dozens of booking sites, travel search engines and airline websites to find cheap airline tickets for your next trip. Unfortunately, there is no shortcut to getting the best deals on airline ticket than shopping around and waiting for the perfect date to purchase.
Did you know Frequent flyer points are being stolen? There are people out there who try hacking into personal accounts of customers to steal their flyer points. Some things that can be done to reducing the risk is to shred your boarding pass once the trip is over, not posting the pass online and even avoiding using public wifi. Be sure to look into this more thoroughly, as you are already spending enough money on the flight. You don’t want to lose out on anything.
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JAMAICA’S DUNN’S RIVER FALLS
Vacationing in Jamaica goes beyond beach activities and luxurious resorts. Asides its white sand beaches, Jamaica features some of the best natural wonders in the world which are well worth a visit.
One of the natural scenic wonders Jamaica has to offers is Dunn’s River Falls. This picturesque water body is a beauty to behold.
Located few minutes west of Ocho Rios, one of Jamaica’s top tourist destinations, a visit to Dunn’s River should be on your bucket list.
Come spring, impatience with winter is at its peak. After three or four months of shoveling driveways, bundling up winter coats, and scraping ice from windshields, we’re readier than ever for it to be over.
That makes spring the perfect time to get away from the last of the cold, get some well needed vitamin D, and enjoy lazy days soaking up the sun by the pool or on white-sand beaches.
Best of all? If you travel somewhere warm at the end of winter, it just might be warm at home by the time you get back. It’s like starting spring a week or two early!
And nowhere beats Jamaica for your perfect spring getaway.
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