Jamaica Travel Insurance
Earlier a British colony, Jamaica is an achingly gorgeous Caribbean island country of the West Indies. “The fairest isle that eyes have beheld,” is how Christopher Columbus put it after first seeing Jamaica, and it is still considered among the most stunning Caribbean islands. While it became independent in 1962, the country continues to be a Commonwealth member. Most of the locals come from African descent but its colonial past reflects to this day in English, French, and Spanish names of many of its sites. After Cuba and Hispaniola, Jamaica is the third biggest island in the Caribbean Sea.
While its sandy stretches will give other beach destinations in the world a run for their money, don’t miss out on exploring other places in Jamaica—places that sway with reggae and other Caribbean forms of music; places that are a paradise for honeymooners; places that offer a thrilling dose of numerous adventure activities; places that are home to impressive colonial monuments; places that will leave you speech with their lush rainforest, mountains, and countless waterfalls.
Honeymooners must visit Dunn's River Falls, a beautiful site with rivers, springs, and waterfalls. Take a romantic night cruise through the Glistening Waters' luminous lagoon. The lagoon’s water—populated by microscopic organisms—gives off a glistening glow when disturbed, a phenomenon that is perhaps seen in only 3 places around the world. The history lovers can head to the capital city of Kingston, home to Bob Marley Museum, dedicated to Jamaica’s favorite son. Adventure seekers will be thrilled by Green Grotto Caves, a network of magnificent stalagmites and stalactites, cavernous chambers, and dripstone structures.
Most travelers in their excitement for overseas destinations forget that they are also visiting an unknown land. That’s why you, too, must secure travel insurance
for Jamaica. Royal Sundaram’s travel insurance for Jamaica covers possible risks such as loss or delay of checked-in baggage, medical emergency expenses, loss of visa or passport, and legal liability.