Find Yuh'self In Jamaica!

Yerba Buena Yuh’self In Jamaica!

Backpacker Budget Travel in Jamaica

Visit Jamaica on a Backpackers Budget, and by planning ahead with RastaRoutes.com, you can easily spend less than one fourth of what all-inclusive tourists spend on their island vacations.

Jamaica is a great destination if you want to get off the beaten path and enjoy great food, language and culture.

A lot of what people think of as “Caribbean” is actually Jamaican and not culturally native to other countries who may have adapted it for sake of tourism.

Backpacker Budget Travel in Jamaica

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Many Jamaican people are very generous and warm. Returning this warmth and friendliness is a great way to show us that you appreciate our country.

One of the chief concerns of many first-time travelers to Jamaica is safety, because the country sadly has a rather bad reputation when it comes to violence and crime rates.

But you only need to exercise the same degree of caution as in any other foreign country: don’t venture alone into the seedier parts of a town at night, keep  to well lit streets and don’t flash you valuables too much, especially in rural areas.

When you make friends with locals here online, just ask our advice on where it’s safe to go and which areas you should avoid.

Chances are, you will be approached at one point or another during your travels in Jamaica for money. Do not feel pressured into giving money. A strong “I’m alright” or “Mi’ Good“while walking away is usually the best advice for instances such as this.

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