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Jamaica Travel insurance

Comprehensive Jamaica Travel insurance at great prices, with experienced UK-based customer service team.


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Jamaica Travel insurance

Comprehensive Jamaica Travel insurance at great prices, with experienced UK-based customer service team.


Cover included

24/7 Helpline

Whilst you are abroad

Looking for a change of scenery and some much-needed sunshine? Whether you’re planning in advance or taking a last-minute trip, one crucial thing to organize before heading to Jamaica is your travel insurance. With so many tasks to complete before your getaway, such as booking your vacation time, packing your bags, checking the weather, and arranging for pet care, it’s easy to forget about travel insurance. However, it’s essential to protect yourself, your travel companions, and your belongings in case something unexpected happens. With Loveit Coverit travel insurance, you can enjoy peace of mind knowing that you’re covered, no matter where your travels take you.

Our Travel Guide

Our guide to holidays Jamaica, brought to you by the loveit coverit travel insurance team.


Jamaica Travel Guide

Jamaica offers a plethora of exciting and beautiful experiences for travelers. A must-try aspect of the country's allure is its exquisite local cuisine, including the famous jerk food, a tantalizing and flavorsome cooking style that originated in Jamaica.

Beyond its delectable food, Jamaica boasts an energetic nightlife and an iconic music scene, with reggae music being a significant cultural export. Tourists can revel in the pulsating rhythms of reggae and other music genres, making for unforgettable evenings.

However, Jamaica's appeal goes beyond its gastronomy and entertainment. The country's natural beauty and adventure opportunities are breathtaking. With some of the most stunning beaches in the Caribbean, as well as awe-inspiring natural wonders like waterfalls and lagoons, Jamaica is a nature lover's paradise. Additionally, the country is renowned for producing some of the world's rarest and most sought-after coffee.

All in all, Jamaica caters to a wide variety of interests and preferences and is undoubtedly a destination worth exploring.

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Reasons why you should get travel insurance for your trip to Jamaica

Lost Luggage

Travel insurance can cover the cost of replacing lost or delayed baggage and its contents. This can be especially valuable when traveling with valuable items or essentials.

Flight Delays and Cancellations

Flight disruptions are common, and they can lead to additional costs such as accommodation, meals, and transportation. Travel insurance can provide compensation for these expenses if your flight is delayed or canceled.

Medical Cost

Travel insurance provides coverage for medical emergencies, including unexpected illnesses or injuries that might occur during your trip. In a foreign country, medical costs can be extremely high, and having travel insurance can help alleviate the financial burden.

Hurricanes and Tropical Storms

The Jamaica is prone to hurricanes and tropical storms, especially during the hurricane season. Travel insurance can provide coverage for disruptions caused by these weather events, including flight cancellations, itinerary changes, and accommodation adjustments.

How much does travel insurance cost?

There are various coverage options available for travelers visiting Jamaica, each with different costs. The Essential cover provides basic coverage at a lower cost, but it may not offer as much coverage as the Premium Cover. The latter includes features such as Travel Disruption Cover and Pet Care Cover, providing significantly higher levels of protection. Plus and Premium Policies also have lower standard excesses than the Essential Cover.

The cost of your coverage will depend on various factors, including your health status, the specific region you’re traveling to within Jamaica, whether you’re traveling alone or with your family, and whether you require coverage for a single trip or for the entire year.

While it might be tempting to opt for the cheapest coverage option, it’s crucial to make an informed decision that adequately covers your needs. Saving a few dollars now could lead to substantial expenses in the future if you experience an unforeseen emergency.

Main Facts About Jamaica

The official currency of Jamaica is the Jamaican dollar, or J$, but US dollars are also widely accepted. If you'll be visiting places outside of the tourist centers, you'll want to take Jamaican dollars. In big resort areas, you can usually get by with USD.
The official language is English, which is "used in all domains of public life", including the government, the legal system, the media, and education. However, the primary spoken language is an English-based creole called Jamaican Patois (or Patwa).
The climate in Jamaica is hot, oppressive, windy, and partly cloudy. Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 22.8°C to 31.7°C and is rarely below 22°C or above 32.8°C.
Power Plugs
For Jamaica there are two associated plug types, types A and B. Plug type A is the plug which has two flat parallel pins and plug type B is the plug which has two flat parallel pins and a grounding pin. Jamaica operates on a 110V supply voltage and 50Hz.
The current population of Jamaica is 2,985,027 as of Monday, May 9, 2022, based on Worldometer elaboration of the latest United Nations data.
Fun Fact
The USA and China are the only two countries with more Olympic medals than Jamaica. The USA and the UK have also naturalized Jamaican sprinters like Sanya Richards and Linford Christie because our government does not pay our sprinters.
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How do I know which cover is the right cover?

When planning your trip to Jamaica, it’s important to consider all the necessary details before searching for travel insurance. This includes determining whether you’ll be traveling alone, as a couple, with a group, or as a family. Additionally, you should decide whether you require single or annual coverage and whether you’ll be renting a car or participating in any specific activities. It’s also crucial to assess the value of your luggage and the total cost of your trip in case you need to recoup any expenses. By taking all of these factors into account, you can select a policy that provides the adequate coverage you need for your trip.

Your Jamaican Bucket list

If you're in Jamaica you HAVE to do these things:

1. Try the best Jerk Chicken in its home.
2. Take a drip at the Dunn's River Falls.
3. Explore Port Antonio.
4. Relax at Doctor's Cave Beach, Montego Bay.
5. Wonder at the pretty colonial styles of Devon House.
6. Swim with the dolphin pods at Dolphin Cove.
7. Hike the Blue Mountains.
8. Pay homage to the reggae master at Nine Mile.
9. Go rafting on the Rio Grande
10. See the exhibitions at the Bob Marley Museum


Traveller, there are no paths. Paths are made by walking        

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