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Packing List Jamaica

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Hammock – no words needed. Your hammock is definitely worth bringing if you stay in places for a while! So many accommodations lack comfortable spaces for hanging out,so it’s super friendly to just hang up your own hammock.


Mosquito Net – I started bringing a mosquito net to placeswhere I knew my stays would be more rustic. Simply
because I hate having mosquito bites and also try to avoid them due to transmitted diseases such as malaria and dengue


Yoga Mat – I started to bring my travel yoga mat along whenever I knew that I would spend more time in one place and have the space to practice yoga. Jamaica is definitely a place to bring your yoga mat! you’ll find plenty of beautiful spots to practice. Plus, bringing my own mat got me doing yoga more often!


Travel reading light – what a gamechanger! As I love reading and many places lack comfortable reading light, it’s awesome. I also use it as a flash light or low light when
trying to avoid mosquitos. The battery life is amazing!


Lifestraw water filter – my number one travel essential ever. It’s so nice not having to worry about using plastic bottles.
Plus: the average stays super fresh and cool for 24 hours!

Clthes line  – matter how expensive or rustic the place is.
Drying space is often so limited!

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Hammock – no words needed. Your hammock is definitely worth bringing if you stay in places for a while! So many accommodations lack comfortable spaces for hanging out,so it’s super friendly to just hang up your own hammock.


Mosquito Net – I started bringing a mosquito net to placeswhere I knew my stays would be more rustic. Simply
because I hate having mosquito bites and also try to avoid them due to transmitted diseases such as malaria and dengue


Yoga Mat – I started to bring my travel yoga mat along whenever I knew that I would spend more time in one place and have the space to practice yoga. Jamaica is definitely a place to bring your yoga mat! you’ll find plenty of beautiful spots to practice. Plus, bringing my own mat got me doing yoga more often!


Travel reading light – what a gamechanger! As I love reading and many places lack comfortable reading light, it’s awesome. I also use it as a flash light or low light when
trying to avoid mosquitos. The battery life is amazing!


Lifestraw water filter – my number one travel essential ever. It’s so nice not having to worry about using plastic bottles.
Plus: the average stays super fresh and cool for 24 hours!

Clthes line  – matter how expensive or rustic the place is.
Drying space is often so limited!

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Hammock – no words needed. Your hammock is definitely worth bringing if you stay in places for a while! So many accommodations lack comfortable spaces for hanging out,so it’s super friendly to just hang up your own hammock.


Mosquito Net – I started bringing a mosquito net to placeswhere I knew my stays would be more rustic. Simply
because I hate having mosquito bites and also try to avoid them due to transmitted diseases such as malaria and dengue


Yoga Mat – I started to bring my travel yoga mat along whenever I knew that I would spend more time in one place and have the space to practice yoga. Jamaica is definitely a place to bring your yoga mat! you’ll find plenty of beautiful spots to practice. Plus, bringing my own mat got me doing yoga more often!


Travel reading light – what a gamechanger! As I love reading and many places lack comfortable reading light, it’s awesome. I also use it as a flash light or low light when
trying to avoid mosquitos. The battery life is amazing!


Lifestraw water filter – my number one travel essential ever. It’s so nice not having to worry about using plastic bottles.
Plus: the average stays super fresh and cool for 24 hours!

Clthes line  – matter how expensive or rustic the place is.
Drying space is often so limited!

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Hammock – no words needed. Your hammock is definitely worth bringing if you stay in places for a while! So many accommodations lack comfortable spaces for hanging out,so it’s super friendly to just hang up your own hammock.


Mosquito Net – I started bringing a mosquito net to placeswhere I knew my stays would be more rustic. Simply
because I hate having mosquito bites and also try to avoid them due to transmitted diseases such as malaria and dengue


Yoga Mat – I started to bring my travel yoga mat along whenever I knew that I would spend more time in one place and have the space to practice yoga. Jamaica is definitely a place to bring your yoga mat! you’ll find plenty of beautiful spots to practice. Plus, bringing my own mat got me doing yoga more often!


Travel reading light – what a gamechanger! As I love reading and many places lack comfortable reading light, it’s awesome. I also use it as a flash light or low light when
trying to avoid mosquitos. The battery life is amazing!


Lifestraw water filter – my number one travel essential ever. It’s so nice not having to worry about using plastic bottles.
Plus: the average stays super fresh and cool for 24 hours!

Clthes line  – matter how expensive or rustic the place is.
Drying space is often so limited!

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Backpack or Suitcase?

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Public Transport in Kingston

Route Taxis are the way to move around Jamaica. Official route taxis have a red license plate.  In MoBay, you’ll see the route they are catering written on the doors. Route taxis are the cheapest and most flexible way to move around. Just be careful to enter/exit on the route. Otherwise, you’ll be charged as a charter taxi.

Public Bus: The stop for buses to basically anywhere leave is downtown. I couldn’t find a schedule. They seem to go more frequently than the Knutsford.

Knutsford: Leaving from from the downtown station, Jamaica’s luxury bus connects more significant destinations. Be aware that the time stated refers to calculated driving time and not the actual time to reach a destination. Adding to the driving time are stops and bus switches which are not apparent when buying the ticket. Due to Covid, there are fewer buses than usual, and it is better to buy the ticket online.

Public Transport in Kingston

Route Taxis are the way to move around Jamaica. Official route taxis have a red license plate.  In MoBay, you’ll see the route they are catering written on the doors. Route taxis are the cheapest and most flexible way to move around. Just be careful to enter/exit on the route. Otherwise, you’ll be charged as a charter taxi.

Public Bus: The stop for buses to basically anywhere leave is downtown. I couldn’t find a schedule. They seem to go more frequently than the Knutsford.

Knutsford: Leaving from from the downtown station, Jamaica’s luxury bus connects more significant destinations. Be aware that the time stated refers to calculated driving time and not the actual time to reach a destination. Adding to the driving time are stops and bus switches which are not apparent when buying the ticket. Due to Covid, there are fewer buses than usual, and it is better to buy the ticket online.

Public Transport in Kingston

Route Taxis are the way to move around Jamaica. Official route taxis have a red license plate.  In MoBay, you’ll see the route they are catering written on the doors. Route taxis are the cheapest and most flexible way to move around. Just be careful to enter/exit on the route. Otherwise, you’ll be charged as a charter taxi.

Public Bus: The stop for buses to basically anywhere leave is downtown. I couldn’t find a schedule. They seem to go more frequently than the Knutsford.

Knutsford: Leaving from from the downtown station, Jamaica’s luxury bus connects more significant destinations. Be aware that the time stated refers to calculated driving time and not the actual time to reach a destination. Adding to the driving time are stops and bus switches which are not apparent when buying the ticket. Due to Covid, there are fewer buses than usual, and it is better to buy the ticket online.

Public Transport in Kingston

Route Taxis are the way to move around Jamaica. Official route taxis have a red license plate.  In MoBay, you’ll see the route they are catering written on the doors. Route taxis are the cheapest and most flexible way to move around. Just be careful to enter/exit on the route. Otherwise, you’ll be charged as a charter taxi.

Public Bus: The stop for buses to basically anywhere leave is downtown. I couldn’t find a schedule. They seem to go more frequently than the Knutsford.

Knutsford: Leaving from from the downtown station, Jamaica’s luxury bus connects more significant destinations. Be aware that the time stated refers to calculated driving time and not the actual time to reach a destination. Adding to the driving time are stops and bus switches which are not apparent when buying the ticket. Due to Covid, there are fewer buses than usual, and it is better to buy the ticket online.

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Packing List Jamaica

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