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Sustainable tourism development is an important issue in today's society. As a tourist in Port Antonio is easy to contribute to sustainable tourism by choosing public transportation and local restaurants and shops. Port Antonio is known for its beautiful scenery, beaches and coffee plantations.

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Everyone travelling to Jamaica must present a valid and approved travel document as evidence of their identity and nationality. The most common and preferred travel document is a passport, but other types of travel documents may also be accepted. 

Read more: Requirements For Travel to Jamaica - Immigration

Jamaica has two international airports The Norman Manley International Airport (KIN) in the country's capital city of Kingston, and the Donald Sangster International Airport (MBJ) in Montego Bay. 

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The Island offer a different way to go around and reach every city or village. For a comfortable transfer from city to city, we recommend the Knutsford Express, If you like a more private atmosphere you can rent a car for around 50usd per day. Or hire one of our "Trusted" Jamaican taxi drivers.

Read more: How to get around the island - Transportation

 

The weather in Jamaica is the main reason why so many tourists flock to this beautiful island. The best time to visit Jamaica is anywhere from December to April. During this time, the weather is at its best, and it allows you to have the best Jamaican vacation. 

Read more: Best time to visit Jamaica - Weather

Port Antonio is located on the north-eastern coast of the island. It is the oldest port city in Jamaica and, above all, the safest place on the whole island.

Here live about 14000 inhabitants and tourism is one of the main sources of income.

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