Avail our cheap flights to Kingston and fly to the capital city of Jamaica which also happens to be the largest. Where on one hand Kingston is every bit of a bustling metropolis and settles into the role firmly with blaring noise and conjugated traffic, Kingston is also generously full of breath-taking views and stunning backdrops. With our cheap flights to Kingston visit the city divided into two; Downtown, where history takes to the streets and historic buildings and the Caribbean’s greatest museums populate the area. And uptown, cutting edge, contemporary and modern, with the city’s best hotels and restaurants, cluster of tall buildings and some of the most significant sights of the city at its disposal. Take a stroll in the William Grant Park, or more colloquially known as Parade.
With cheap flights to Kingston, enjoy the Caribbean sun and warm coasts throughout December to March, or avoid crowds and rushes from April to May when the weather drops but still remains dry. June throughout November is best to be avoided due to heavy unpredictable rainstorms and hurricanes. So, book your cheap flights to Kingston with Dream World Travel and ensure a comfortable journey for yourself.
Visit the National Gallery of Jamaica, which houses quite possibly the finest Jamaican art collection on the Island. This gallery houses many important works, mostly by artists from Jamaica.
Visit the Bob Marley Museum, built in 1881 by the first black millionaire in Jamaica, the stunning colonial house is a definite stop for antique lovers, what with the attractively ornate chandeliers, grand surroundings and the trompe l'œil of palms in the entrance foyer.
Take our cheap flights to Kingston and drive down to the Liberty Hall, headquarters of the UNIA in the 1930s, the building now has a museum dedicated to the work and influence of the founder of pan-Africanism, Garvey.
Blue Mountains are Jamaica’s longest mountain range, you can bike or hike through the mountains. You can also enjoy the famous Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee; it is one of the world’s most expensive coffees.
It is a botanical garden that features many monuments and is the burial site of many National Heroes, cultural leaders and Prime Ministers of Jamaica.
If you have kids with you, you must visit the putt n play amusement park. The exciting rides of the park include: Bumper cars, simulator, Pumpkin Ferris Wheel, Merry Go Round, Scrambler, and cup and saucer.
It is the capital and the largest city of Jamaica.
Kingston was the host city to the commonwealth games, in 1966.
Kingston Harbour is the world’s seventh largest natural harbour.
It is the largest predominantly English-speaking city south of the United States.
Norman Manley International Airport is the second busiest airport in the country.
Blue Mountains are Jamaica’s longest mountain range.