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Flights to Kingston

Flights to Kingston Airport Jamaica

Kingston airport is Jamaica’s main airport in the capital city. Like most capital cities, Kingston is the place to go for business, shopping, and sightseeing. The commercial areas are a convenient place for tourists to find well-known brands and restaurants whilst exploring the city’s rich culture and heritage. If Kingston sounds like the place for you, then check out our various offers on flights, hotels and package holidays for the area.

Flights to Kingston

We receive incredible deals on flights to Kingston from our network of Caribbean contacts. Our rates are exceedingly competitive, and we offer some of the best prices that you won’t find elsewhere.

                Return flights

If you’re looking for great rates on return flights to Kingston, then look no further. Our website has some of the lowest prices available for everything Caribbean and we regularly update our flight offers to give you the most recent prices.

One-way flights

If plans are likely to change during your trip, then why not book a one-way flight? Open tickets give you much more flexibility and so they’re convenient for plans or events that aren’t yet set in stone. Our one-way flights to Kingston  start at very affordable prices.

Package holidays

Our expert travel agents put together some of the best package holidays to Kingston  that they can find, and offer them to our clients for highly competitive prices. Our holiday deals take all the effort out of booking your next holiday so that you can simply sit back, relax, and enjoy the white sand beaches of the Jamaican shore.

Transfers
Kingston Airport is not located in the most convenient of places for getting around and so you’ll definitely need to organise a transfer from the airport to your hotel or resort. Luckily, our website has a handy transfer tool that allows you to book a private transfer from Kingston Airport  ahead of time, saving you a lot of stress.

Kingston hotels and resorts

Kingston city has its fair share of hotels and resorts, ranging from affordable to luxury accommodations. Most are located right in the centre of the city, like the highly recommended Spanish Court Hotel, but those just outside of the centre are generally more affordable.

If you need a little help finding accommodation that fits your budget, then try out our useful hotel comparison tool. It compares prices from hundreds of hotel rooms all over the city to find you the ideal room. Hotels and resorts in Kingston  can vary wildly in price depending on their location, so we think you’ll find it incredibly useful.


What to do in Kingston

Kingston is referred to by many as the cultural capital of the Caribbean. Many of the most famous icons, products and symbols of the islands originate from Jamaica, and many of those originate from its capital. Think Reggae music, jerk sauce, Blue Mountain Coffee, pirates (thankfully, gone now) and the one and only Bob Marley, who lived in the city for nearly his entire adult life.

Speaking of Bob Marley, one thing that you simply must check out whilst in Kingston is the Bob Marley Museum. It is set up in the singer’s old home and represents the legacy that he left not only on the city, but on the entire world. Fans of his flock to the building so expect a crowd.

Just outside of the bustling city centre, there are numerous other places to visit, too. The world-famous Blue Mountain Coffee plantation can be found to the north of the city and tours of the site are available with prior booking. The plantation is also right near the National Park, which means you can discover the island’s varied wildlife and have a break from the busy city life following your tour.

After exploring the National Park, you’ll probably be hungry. Why not try out the national fruit of Jamaica, ackee? The local eateries are sure to have this creamy, mild fruit in stock for you to try, and if not, then you’ll just have to settle for jerk! Jerk-marinated meats are a staple of the Jamaican diet and something that your taste buds will definitely have to adjust to during your trip. The scotch bonnet peppers make this sauce incredibly spicy - not one for the faint of heart. There are also a lot of fish-based dishes here. Saltfish is particularly popular and is sure to be fresh from the harbour.

The small fishing village of Port Royal lies just across this harbour. Port Royal was once a hotspot for pirates, and they definitely weren’t as comical as Jack Sparrow. Nowadays, however, the quiet island offers a slow-paced retreat in the middle of the crazy Kingston vibes. Steeped in heritage, the island also provides the opportunity to see the “Sunken Pirate Island”, a large area of Port Royal that is sunken beneath metres of water after a horrific earthquake struck the town in the 1600s. The area is now a heritage site and great for sightseeing. Other heritage sites to visit during your stay include the National Heroes Park and Devon House.

Making the most of Kingston

Here are our top tips on making the most of your next trip to Kingston.

Best time to go

The off-peak season for Kingston is from June to November, where you will be able to find flights and hotels for much cheaper rates than usual. Avoid flying out between April and May, as these are the months that Carnival runs through and so flight prices are at their highest. See below for average flight prices to Kingston by month.

January

£691

February

£648

March

£707

April

£873

May

£852

June

£618

July

£593

August

£605

September

£805

October

£670

November

£638

December

£729

 

If you want a sightseeing holiday whatever the costs, then check out our guide to the average weather in Kingston by month. We’ve included average rainfall, high and low temperatures and even sea temperatures – just in case you want to take a dip after your explorations of the city!

January

Low: 22?C High: 30?C

Rainfall: 20mm

Sea temperature: 27?C

February

Low: 22?C High: 30?C

Rainfall: 20mm

Sea temperature: 27?C

March

Low: 22?C High: 30?C

Rainfall: 10mm

Sea temperature: 27?C

April

Low: 23?C High: 31?C

Rainfall: 30mm

Sea temperature: 27?C

May

Low: 24?C High: 31?C

Rainfall: 70mm

Sea temperature: 28?C

                          June

Low: 25?C High: 32?C

Rainfall: 60mm

Sea temperature: 28?C

July

Low: 25?C High: 33?C

Rainfall: 40mm

Sea temperature: 28?C

August

Low: 25?C High: 33?C

Rainfall: 70mm

Sea temperature: 29?C

September

Low: 25?C High: 32?C

Rainfall: 120mm

Sea temperature: 29?C

October

Low: 24?C High: 32?C

Rainfall: 130mm

Sea temperature: 29?C

November

Low: 23?C High: 31?C

Rainfall: 100mm

Sea temperature: 29?C

December

Low: 22?C High: 31?C

Rainfall: 50mm

Sea temperature: 28?C

 

 

Car hire

The best way to make the most out of Kingston is to hire a car for the trip. You could also walk around, but why not give yourself (and your feet) a break? You can hire a car quickly and easily for very affordable daily rates, and you’ll also get around more of the city than you would on foot.

To compare prices for car hire services in Kingston, check out our car hire tool. You can browse vehicles by price, model or requirement, and select your preferred pick-up and drop-off times. Once you’ve found your perfect package, call us on 0207 344 0101 and we’ll book everything for you.

And with that, we can almost guarantee you have all the information you need on booking flights to Kingston. However, if we haven’t convinced you that the area is right for you, then why not check out Montego Bay? MoBay, as the locals call it, is much more geared towards party lovers and general holiday-goes. It has a number of luxury hotels and resorts to stay in with stunning views of the Jamaican coast, plus much more leisurely activities available nearby.


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