Avoid the Winter Blues With a Sunny Jamaican Vacation

Posted by: Farnesi Travel on Monday, December 29, 2014 at 9:00:00 am

Source: FlickrJamaican vacations are some of the most enjoyable in the world. From the food and the music, to the sun and the sand, taking a trip to Jamaica is just what the doctor ordered to ward off the winter blues. This season as the winter doldrums cause you to become lethargic, consider injecting a dose of pure excitement into your life by heading to a place where "Monday" is replaced by "Hey Mon, Day-O!"

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One of the best places to stay in Jamaica is the Sugar Hill which is part of The Tryall Club. This beautiful 7-bedroom island home is set within a 3-acre piece of land with magnificent views all around.  While you stay here, you'll enjoy everything from tennis to yoga in complete privacy.

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Another great place to stay is the Secrets of the Wild Orchid Montego Bay, whose elegance is renowned around the world. It's the perfect place to enjoy your honeymoon as well as some of the best things to do in Jamaica including diving with dolphins in Dolphin Cove, or enjoying a beachside horse ride at the Half Moon Equestrian Center.

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If your family is joining you, think about staying at the Hyatt Ziva Rose Hall or the Iberostar All Inclusive Resort. Their pools, tennis courts, and beach volleyball pits are just what your family needs for a little winter excitement.

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Conversely, if it's just you and your sweetheart, head on over to the Round Hill where your inhibitions will melt away in the warm sun and exciting tourist attractions in Jamaica including golf, nightlife, and some of the best restaurants in Montego Bay

Planning Jamaican vacations is something the team at Farnesi Travel would be glad to help you with. When you're ready to pull out your passport to adventure, we invite you to contact us at 888-931-2922. 


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