Jamaica

Cathy's verdict
From white sand beaches to lush mountain scenery, it's no surprise Jamaica is a big hit with solo travellers. And with hosted singles-only breaks at an all-inclusive adults-only hotel on Montego Bay, offering optional excursions and water sports, it's a great way to discover the island, whether you fancy soaking up the Caribbean sun or the local culture.

Recommended tour operator: Friendship Travel

Friendship Travel says

Since introducing holidays in the Caribbean a few years ago, we’ve seen it become one of our most popular regions.

  • All-inclusive rates
  • Beachfront location
  • Singles only

New for 2022 is the fabulous island of Jamaica, and it’s already proving to be a big hit.

We have selected the brand new five-star all-inclusive Ocean Eden Bay, an adults-only resort located on a stunning white sand beach in Montego Bay.

You will have a spacious double or twin room to yourself with 24-hour all-inclusive dining, drinks, snacks and non-motorised water sports all included in the price.

There’s the option to take excursions and enjoy other activities, indulge in some pampering in the spa or simply kick back with new-found friends on the beach.

If you fancy learning how to dive, there’s a scuba-diving centre on site. The visibility in the water is fantastic – great for snorkelling as well as diving.

Our own Friendship host will be on hand throughout, with the option of 7-, 10- and 14-night holidays. Group sizes are generally between 10 and 16 people with a wide range of ages.

Check out our holidays for solo travellers in Jamaica.

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