Spring Break Jamaica
Spring Break Jamaica: Paradise for College Students
Imagine spring break on a beautiful Caribbean island with great beaches, no drinking age and 24/7 partying. Sounds great, doesn't it?
Well, that's Spring Break Jamaica! Jamaica offers enough sights and activities to appeal to any college student looking for a much-needed break from his or her studies.
Spring breakers can spend their days lazing on Jamaica's beaches or shopping at its wide array of craft markets, but that's by no means all this beautiful island offers. In fact, there is much more to see and do, and you won't want to miss any of it.
For example, you could take in a bit of Jamaican history by visiting the Rose Hall Great House. At one time a huge sugar plantation, Rose Hall offers a glimpse into Jamaica's past, but its rooms are also said to be haunted by the ghost of the White Witch, Annie Palmer.
If a murder scene that's now a haunted house isn't exciting enough, go to Montego Bay's Aquasol Theme Park. This beach-side park features a Beach Bash every Wednesday and Friday to go along with the snorkeling, go-kart racing, beach volleyball, banana boats and glass-bottom boats it offers on a daily basis.
By taking one of the undersea tours you'll experience Montego Bay from a totally different perspective.
You can also meet up face-to-face with native crocodiles and other exotic animals by exploring the mangrove swamps of Black River: now that's an unusual Jamaica Spring Break!
From there, go to Dunn's River Falls and climb along the 600-foot waterfalls on your own or as part of a guided "human chain." Afterward, kick back in the water's natural massage parlor to relax your tired mind and muscles.
No Jamaica spring break would be complete without a trip to Negril, Jamaica's home of nonstop partying. Relax on a picnic cruise or take a day trip to YS falls before heading out for the nightly festivities. Then continue your week of Jamaica spring break with Jungle River tubing or a cross-country Jeep safari. A sunset party cruise would end your day perfectly.
The word "boring" does not exist in Negril. Beer bong tournaments and other games will keep you busy at the Coral Seas Beach Party, and Margaritaville's all-day music and giant water trampoline will prime you for the all-night partying.
If you need a break, kick back and relax in one of the swinging "sky chairs" while you watch a huge TV. And, whenever you're thirsty a cold beverage is always close at hand. You won't miss any action because fifteen bars are ready to serve you right on the beach.
If you've hit all the parties and seen all the sights, Wednesday night's Mardi Gras offers something different, with food, drinks, music and beads on the beach. Welcome to Mardi Gras, Jamaica-style!
You could spend Thursday night making the rounds of your favorite spots and getting ready for the Foam "Hook Up" party on Friday, where you'll get free yards of your favorite beverage at Jamaica's only foam pit.
Don't overlook Risky Business, either. It's not only one of the hottest spots on Seven-Mile Beach; it's one of the hottest on the entire island. Its bar, lounge, music, dancing and restaurant are why Risky Business is called the "Spring Break Capital of Jamaica."
After hitting Risky Business, get wild in The Jungle, a spot that boasts an Amazon decor. Its gaming room has more than 100 slot machines, and it also offers a sports bar, lounge and dance floor.
If all this sounds like fun, you should book your Jamaica Spring Break now so you won't miss a second. You'll need to bring your original birth certificate and a photo ID along with your passport in order to enter and leave Jamaica and have a great time.
Beautiful Jamaica can show you what a real spring break should be! Spring Break Jamaica can make a fantastic vacation.
Here are some 'Dos and Don'ts' for your Spring Break Jamaica style, that we would encourage you to consider.
Deciding on a Jamaica Spring Break could be the start of a holiday of a lifetime, but there are some things that you need to keep in mind to ensure that you stay safe but still have a great time.
make sure that your parents know where you’re going to be staying, who you are traveling with, have contact information and a rough idea of what you’ll be doing there – especially any places you intend to visit.
You should also make sure that you give your home contact information (such as parents names, address and phone numbers) to at least 2 of the people you are traveling with in case they need to be contacted.
accept/buy/take drugs – Jamaica may be a place where you can freely find them, but it’s not a good idea. Really! As accessible as they are, they are also illegal and the last place you want to spend your Spring Break is a local Jamaican police cell!
listen to any personal safety advice that’s given. They are talking to you! Just because you’re young and only there to have a great fun doesn’t make you immune to the darker side of Jamaica.
The advice may sound as if it’s your parents speaking, but it’s not just for your benefit – crimes against tourists affect the local economy so the hotel has reasons for keeping you safe!
take any expensive jewelry with you. You’re probably going to spend most of your time in the water, on the beach or partying anyway so you don’t need it! If you don’t take it, you can’t lose it or have it stolen!
follow any safety guidance given by activity instructors. If you later take part in the same activity without an instructor, remember the safety warnings and make sure you have the right equipment.
go out on your own at night if you’re female! Jamaica is a beautiful country, but it’s a culture is very much male dominated with women being of little value. Enter any relationships with male locals with caution!
have a great time! This could be a once in a lifetime vacation that you’ll remember for years to come. Jamaica is an island paradise, a place where most people will only dream of visiting so get the most of out it – don’t spend the entire vacation on the beach!
The safety advice may sound a little dramatic, but think about it – it’s not so very different to what non-US people are told when they are planning a visit to New York City! Most of it is common sense.
get too confident about your safety, listen to the hotel’s advice, and you’ll have a wonderful experience but still get home in the same condition you left!
Spring Break Jamaica should be fun in the sun and 'safe' fun in the sun!
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