With three locations on the island nation of Jamaica, one in Kingston, plus one in Montego Bay and the nearby Sir Donald Sangster International Airport, we make sure that Europcar is fully prepared to meet and exceed all of your car hire demands. Our fleet of reliable, safe and comfortable vehicles is is always on hand, with a car to cater for any budget, while useful services and options like express pick-up, easy 3-step online booking, child seats, satellite navigation and additional driver cover, are available to help, along with the convenience of daily, weekly, monthly, long and short term hire, to make sure that whatever challenges meet you during your visit to Jamaica, getting around will not be one of them.
Jamaica begins with crystalline waters flowing over gardens of coral, lapping onto soft sandy beaches, then rises past red soil and lush banana groves into sheer mountains. This is stunningly beautiful country, captivating to the eyes and the soul. The land is only about 4000 square miles and sits in an idyllic Caribbean setting, dominated by the Blue Mountains which are around 7500 feet tall at their highest point. Jamaican culture can be a daunting subject for foreigners to understand, but ultimately it’s a matter of appreciating this land and how its rhythms set the pace of so much island life. Above all, Jamaica is there to be explored. Laying on the beach is a fine way to spend your days, but seeking out the rest of the land, searching underwater, by raft, hiking, underground, by car or any other way you can come up with will bring more rewards.
The City of Kingston - Squeezed between the Blue Mountains and the world’s seventh-largest natural harbour, Jamaica's capital city simultaneously impresses you with its setting and overwhelms you with its size, noise and traffic. But, like the local dish of spicy jerk chicken washed down with a cold Red Stripe beer, a visit to Kingston is essential to taste the rich excitement of modern Jamaica. Downtown Kingston is filled with historic buildings, including the courthouses, banks and one of the region's finest art museums, as well as street markets and traditional eateries, while Uptown is where you will find the best of the city's hotels and restaurants, clustered around the Bob Marley museum and Devon House.
Montego Bay - While this Jamaican spring break and resort favourite is great for party animals and sun worshippers, it can also be surprisingly low-key if that's what you're looking for. Montego Bay has excellent duty-free shopping, vibrant nightlife, and calm waters. Browse the local handicrafts at the open-air Harbour Street market, or the shops of the so-called hip strip, Gloucester Avenue. The underwater crevices of Widowmaker’s Cave offer an extreme and exciting diving experience or, if you prefer, you can float quietly down the Martha Brae River on a bamboo raft and let your troubles melt away under the sun.