Need a map of Jamaica to help you plan your trip? First, let me say - lucky you.
You should have a blast in the land of sun and reggae. I know I always do when I go there. How can you help but have a good time when you are dancing to the beat and having a few cold Red Stripes?
To help get you to the party, we have several maps of Jamaica you can use in your trip planning.
The first is an overview of a world map of Jamaica highlighted so you can pinpoint where it is located. Then we have a map of the Caribbean, a map highlighting the island's top vacation destinations and a map with information on the parishes of Jamaica.
Then you will find the fun intereactive maps of Jamaica so you can zoom in on the area you are thinking of going. While Jamaica may not be the top choice for a strictly scuba diving vacation, it is certainly on the top of the list for a general all around fun and interesting vacation.
Whether you want to explore Bob Marley's legacy in Kingston or the beaches of Negril, a map is a good place to start planning that trip.
So go explore, have fun and, more importantly, have a great trip.
Next up is a map of the Caribbean to help place the island in that wonderful body of water.
Chances are if you are taking a vacation to Jamaica, you will stay in one of these 3 spots.
Below you will find maps of Jamaica's parishes. Jamaica is divided into 3 counties and 14 parishes. Parishes are basically administrative divisions of the island.
I am including the following information on Jamaica's parishes so you will have some idea of their size and population.
This is my favorite. Here's an interactive satellite map of Jamaica you can use. Just click on the +/- buttons to zoom in. As you zoom in, the place names will appear. Try it, it's alot of fun. A great way to see where you are going before you get there.
We also have some other pages which might help you in planning your vacation.
We hope you have a wonderful trip. Let us know how it goes, we would love to hear from you.
Have any questions, comments about Jamaica? Just ask away in the comment section below.
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