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According to shoppingpicks, in January, temperatures in Jamaica are typically warm with an average high of 85 degrees Fahrenheit (29 degrees Celsius) and an average low of 75 degrees Fahrenheit (24 degrees Celsius). It is usually a dry month with some chances of rain throughout the country. The nights can be especially humid, especially in the coastal regions. February temperatures remain relatively similar to January but with slightly higher humidity levels due to increased rainfall. Average highs range from 86-88 degrees Fahrenheit (30 to 31 degree Celsius) while average lows range from 76-78 degree Fahrenheit (25 to 26 degree Celsius). Precipitation is still light but there are more days with showers than in January. March brings warmer weather and higher humidity levels as summer approaches. Average highs reach 89-91 degrees Fahrenheit (32 to 33 degree Celsius) while lows hover around 79-81 degree Fahrenheit (26 to 27 degree Celsius). Rainfall increases significantly during this month, particularly along the western coast where it can rain multiple times per week. April sees a continuation of hot temperatures and wet weather as the rainy season continues. Highs reach 92-94 degrees Fahrenheit (33 to 34 degree Celsius) while lows range from 82-84 degree Fahrenheit (28 to 29 degree Celsius). Rainfall is abundant throughout Jamaica during this time, although it tends to be heaviest near the western coast. The always laid-back island of Jamaica is located in the Caribbean Sea, just below Cuba. The climate is tropical. On the coast, the temperature fluctuates throughout the year between 27 and 32°C. The north coast is cooled by the trade winds. High in the mountains (up to 2300 meters) it is a lot cooler with an average of 6°C. Most precipitation falls in May and June and September to November. The last period is also hurricane season. The north is wetter than the south coast. December to April is the best time to travel, because it is cooler and dry. During the summer holidays, July is the best month for a visit. Check areacodesexplorer for Jamaica History.

Jamaica Geography and Population

Jamaica – geography Jamaica has a varied landscape. A lowland area surrounds the island’s central mountain range Blue Mountains, whose highest peak is 2256 m. The majority of the surface is a rugged limestone plateau at 300-1000 m altitude. Erosion has in several places formed karst landscapes with subsidence valleys, dolines. Fertile red soils are… Read More »

Attractions of Jamaica

Rum, reggae, Bob Marley and tropical beaches. That’s the first thing that comes to mind when people talk about the Caribbean island of Jamaica. That Jamaica has a very impressive nature in which mountain landscape, tropical forests and beautiful waterfalls form a beautiful interplay is less known. Whoever goes on holiday to Jamaica would do… Read More »

Jamaica Economy

Subchapters: Basic data Public finances and the state budget Banking system Tax System Basic data According to Standard and Poor, in 2022 GDP growth is expected to be 5.5%. Inflation for 2021 reached 5.6%. Unemployment remained around 10% in 2021, falling to 8.5% at the end of the year. The economic impact of Covid-19 has… Read More »

Jamaica Visa, Embassy, Holidays and Shopping

VISAS, ENTRY RULES, CUSTOMS REGULATIONS in Jamaica For a trip to Jamaica for a period of not more than 30 days, a visa is not required. You will simply have your passport stamped at the airport immigration office upon arrival. To do this, you must have a passport, confirmation of booking a hotel room, confirmation… Read More »

Jamaica Resorts and Attractions

Jamaica is an island state in Central America in the West Indies (the traditional name for the islands in the Caribbean Sea and the adjacent waters of the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean). According to smb, the capital is Kingston. The official language is English (locals speak the Patois dialect, which is an… Read More »

Jamaica History

Jamaica is an island and country of the Greater Antilles, 240 km long and a maximum of 80 km wide, located in the Caribbean Sea. It is 630 km from the Central American subcontinent, 150 km south of Cuba and 180 km west of the island of Hispaniola, which includes Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Kingston is the capital city of Jamaica according to… Read More »

Jamaica History Timeline

According to dentistrymyth, Jamaica (pronounced in Danish / sjaˈmajka /) is an island state and the third largest island in the Caribbean Sea a little south of Cuba. Jamaica is mountainous and the highest point is Blue Mountain Peak. The majority of the residents of Jamaica are originally from Africa, but there are also smaller… Read More »