Romantic Jamaican Spots For Couples – Jamaica is one of the most romantic islands in the world – spending sunny laid-back days and warm moon-lit nights here by the Caribbean Sea can go a long way in putting the spark back in a dimming relationship.
Whether you are looking for a Jamaica all-inclusive holiday or small private accommodation, there is no shortage of romantic villas, beaches and restaurants to visit. But what do you bring?
5 favorite Romantic Jamaican spots for couples to visit
Lovers will get lost in time in this paradise with its lush, well-manicured lawns, tall coconut trees and other exotic foliage – walk down carved rock steps that lead from the cliffs down to a white, sandy beach and emerald sea.
High in the cliffs of Negril, Jamaica, Citronella is nestled in the volcanic cliffs.
Stay in a private cottage with airy, louvered windows.
Mombasa netting covers the bed in a romantic cocoon to keep the mosquitoes from nibbling, so you can safely open the windows and fall asleep to the sound of the sea.
Explore secluded caves and coves one day, and languish on the quiet beach another.
Sit on the veranda and sip cocktails before dinner, or check out the famous Rick’s Cafe and capture the most amazing sunset!
Mayfield Falls sits in the more untamed area in Western Jamaica. There are five acres available for camping, or just go hiking and have a picnic.
Visitors here enjoy the walks along the beautiful rivers and streams where small cascading waterfalls are scattered along the way.
For adventurous couples, there is cliff jumping and cave diving. Relax in a natural Jacuzzi and get massages later. Then get ready to soak in some local culture by learning folk dances and how to prepare a few of the local spicy dishes.
Couples Tower Isle, Ocho Rios
Ocho Rios is a popular port of call for cruise lines.
There is no shortage of romantic, luxurious resorts and spas there.
Enjoy the beauty of Jamaica and relax at the lovely Couples Tower Isle, a resort that caters to couples only.
There is a multitude of complimentary activities here to indulge in.
Couples enjoy scuba-diving, snorkelling, learning to cook Jamaican foods, and even how to give each other a massage.
Finally, at the end of every day, dance late into the night with reggae and other music.
Negril’s Seven-Mile Beach
No matter what part of Jamaica anyone chooses to stay at, a day on Negril, Jamaica’s seven mile beach is a must. Just the sheer beauty of it makes this a romantic beach.
There are miles of awesome white sand that seems to stretch forever – the white sand on the bottom of the sea here reflects the sky, making for an especially lovely early morning or evening walk.
East of Eden Villa
For couples that like to stay more in touch with the modern world, East of Eden is good choice, remaining charming and romantic.
This four-bedroom villa is located on a lovely part of the Caribbean Sea.
Each spacious living area comes complete with cable TV-VCR, a computer, stereo system and telephone.
There is a private bathroom for each of the suites, and the huge covered veranda provides plenty of room for dining or just lounging.
There is also a fantastic tropical garden to enjoy, full of orange, lime, banana trees and more. What items are a must for Traveling?
Tips For Luxury Travel In Jamaica
Jamaica’s superior service and amenities have earned it a place among the Caribbean’s premier luxury travel destinations. But spending more on your stay does not a guarantee a better value, which is why we’ve come up with this list of tips to ensure you have a great vacation – VIP style…
Make Yourself at Home
Like most North Americans, you’ve probably worked very hard all year and your significant other has convinced you to finally take a vacation.
The best way to get the most out of your precious vacation time and get some serious undisturbed R&R, is to rent a villa.
While nightly rates are typically higher than a single hotel room, villas offers a great value for groups of friends and large families, and will often be cheaper than renting cramped hotel rooms for the whole group.
Besides, the vast majority of villas in Jamaica include staff, gourmet kitchens and some even are located directly on the beach. And as for couples, it’s hard the beat the romance factor of your own private pool 😉
Look for the Extras
Instead of staring yourself blind comparing prices, compare the value and the extras that each villa provide.
If you’re a boat enthusiast, you might want to consider a villa that has private boat slips allowing you to use the boat as much as you like.
Other extras and bonuses villas often offer is a private beach, tennis court, bicycle, car, etc.
Also ask yourself if you will use these things. Be sure to consider if you will need to pay additional for amenities you want.
Hire a Driver
Jamaica is one of the largest islands in the Caribbean which means there’s plenty to see.
After a few days on the beach with a Red Stripe or Appleton and coke in hand, you’ll probably want to venture further afield and see what life in Jamaica is really like. You can basically go about this two ways:
a) Rent a car which will cost roughly $600 US / week plus gas and insurance.
b) Hire a driver for roughly $800 US / week which includes airport transfers and one tank of gas. Most drivers are available for up to 10 hours / day – yes, that’s a lot of exploring!
When it comes to your valuable vacation time, every minute counts. Next time you’re in Jamaica, I hope these three luxury travel tips will help you make the most of your stay!
BIO: a Montreal-based blogger and entrepreneur, Jazz Poulin is a regular contributor to the Luxury Retreats travel blog – when he’s not writing about villas in Jamaica you’ll most likely find him traveling or on the rugby pitch.