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.
At a glance
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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