Jamaica is a Caribbean island with a very distinctive culture. It’s the home of reggae, Bob Marley and Rastafarianism. Jamaica is packed with British-colonial architecture, white sand beaches, banana groves and vast mountains.
Although Jamaica is undeniably beautiful, it’s a tricky destination for LGBT+ travelers. Homosexuality is illegal, a hangover from the colonial period. Although things are improving for LGBT+ Jamaicans, living openly can be difficult, if not impossible.
If you’re intending to travel to Jamaica we can hook you up with local LGBT+ tour guides.
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What’s It Like To Be Gay In Jamaica?
Jamaica is a dream destination for many, but it’s something of a minefield if you’re gay. Sadly, homophobic laws from the colonial era are still in place, making life difficult for LGBT Jamaicans. Things are, however, slowly improving. We caught
Friday Catch an early flight from Heathrow to New York. Arrive at lunchtime and check in to your choice of hotel or apartment. Getting to Manhattan from JFK is simple – take the Air Train to Jamaica and then the
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