Wed-In-Destination offers exciting all-inclusive destination weddings to one of the
most beautiful islands and musical countries in
the Caribbean, Jamaica. Montego Bay, Negril, Runaway Bay and Ocho Rios
all are terrific choices for
that dream wedding day in Jamaica. Montego Bay is Jamaica’s top tourist destination with its top rated
resorts, satin white sands and turquoise waters. Negril is the perfect spot if you are looking for
a more laid-back atmosphere and you want to enjoy arguably the best beach in Jamaica, 7 Mile Beach.
Runaway Bay is a great choice if you love golfing, snorkeling or making new discoveries like the
Green Grotto Caves where deep within the cavern you will find a crystal clear underground lake.
Ocho Rios brags of gorgeous white sand beaches, an active nightlife and hosts one of Jamaica’s
national treasures, Dunn’s River Falls.
You can stay in Jamaica at any one of our preferred resorts including Sandals, Riu ,
Hyatt, Grand Palladium and Iberostar amongst many other top-rated resorts.
Feel free to inquire online or call us to learn more about how Wed-In-Destination
can work with you to make your destination
wedding in Jamaica an incredible experience for all to enjoy!
All-inclusive packages including flights, transfers and accomodations
Strong working relationships with resort wedding coordinators
Stress free wedding planning
- Travel documents needed for non-residents of Jamaica require a passport that
is valid at least 6 months from the intended date of travel.. For Canadian travellers, please go
to travel.gc.ca for further travel information. For U.S. travellers, please go to travel.state.gov.
- Currency in Jamaica is the Jamaican Dollar. U.S. dollars are widely accepted within the resorts.
- The official language In Jamaica is English.
Where is Jamaica located?
Jamaica is an island located in the northwestern Caribbean sea. It is south of Cuba, west of Haiti and east of the Cayman Islands.
What is the weather like in Jamaica?
It is hot all year round in Jamaica with little difference between summer and winter.
Is it safe to drink tap water at the resorts?
Yes, for most of Jamaica it is safe to drink tap water. In rural areas of Jamaica it is best to drink bottled water.