Transfer to Kingston

If you feel like you need extra vitamin D, go to Jamaica. Turquoise sea, white sand, and exotic fruits are waiting for you on the cheerful island resort.

How to get to Kingston? You can take bus №8 and №98 or minibus Jamaica Air Shuttle. It is more convenient to book a transfer in advance. No need to adjust to the schedule, look for the ticket offices and spend a lot of time on the road. Kingston airport is 20 kilometers from the city center. The road to the center takes 35 minutes without traffic jams.

Kingston is the largest city in Jamaica. The capital of the island is located in the eponymous Harbor and protected by a long narrow oblique Palisades, connecting the city of Port Royal and the Norman manly international airport. Kingston is visited to see the beautiful gardens and parks, learn diving, surfing, parasailing, wakeboard or water skiing. It is an ideal place to combine a measured rest with an active excursion program.

We recommend visiting lime Kay, a small and cozy beach, where only locals usually have a rest. You can enjoy fine white sand, gentle entrance to the water and there are almost no strong waves here. If you want peace and solitude, go to Fort Clarence, where on weekdays are almost no people. The most popular and scenic venue is Helser. Water equipment rental and a café are available on the site. In the evenings, there is dancing on the promenade.

What to see in Kingston? Everyone knows that Jamaica is the motherland of Bob Marley. The Museum of the famous musician is open from Monday to Saturday from 09:00 until 16:00. You will be able to see the singer's personal belongings, records, first records and much more. To get acquainted with the life of the locals offer the exposition of the National Museum and Gallery of Jamaica, and the Arawak Museum opened an exhibition about the Indians secretly, the first settlers of the island.

How to get around in Kingston? Every day from 05:00 until 22:00 buses, minibusses and minibusses run around the city. Public transport connects the center with the long blocks, many flights depart the station Beckford-Pechón and follow to Park William Grant. It is easy to catch a taxi in Kingston, but it is worth considering that some drivers increase prices by 2-3 times. Drivers often overcharge or choose the longest route purposely.

Renting a car with a driver or booking a transfer in Kingston is a great opportunity to spend a vacation in a comfortable environment, make an individual travel route and see as many interesting places as you can. Relax with pleasure and explore the city without thinking about how to catch the next bus.