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Jamaican Travel Hints And Tips
30 Jamaican Travel Facts - Part III.
United States Citizens:
All visitors, 16 years and older, must present a valid passport (or a
passport that has expired for a period not exceeding one year provided that
US immigration will re-admit such person on the expired passport) or an
original birth certificate, naturalization certificate, or certificate of
citizenship along with a valid, state-issued photo ID. No Jamaican visa is
required for tourists and tourists are allowed to visit the island for a
period not exceeding six months. Under-16 must present an original birth
certificate and a valid photo ID such as a school ID. All documents must
bear the same name. Residents may use an alien registration card, however
some residents may require a visa. Contact the Jamaican Tourist Board office
for more information.
Jamaican Arawak Indians: Jamaican Arawak Indians were the original inhabitants of Jamaica exterminated by the Spanish after Columbus discovered Jamaica in 1492. The Spanish were defeated by the British in 1655 in Jamaica.
See Jamaica By Air: Air Jamaica Express operates from Montego Bay and Kingston to all areas in Jamaica with landing fields on a daily basis.
Jamaican Rent-A-Car: In Jamaica you drive on the left. The speed limit is 30 MPH in Jamaican towns and 50 MPH on Jamaican highways. To rent any vehicle, visitors may use a drivers license (valid for 12 months) for up to a 3 month period. Drivers must be at least 25 years of age to rent a Jamaican car and must post a bond to meet Jamaican insurance regulations with cash, major credit card, or travelers checks. Jamaican service stations are open daily and will accept both cash, credit cards and debit cards.
Jamaican Water: Jamaican water is purified and filtered by modern methods.
To have a Jamaican marriage or Jamaican wedding you need the following:
Jamaican Products & Promotions:
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