The leading timeshare exchange provider offers great savings and availability for spectacular escapes to Montego Bay. DAE members can stay at the beachfront Grand Palladium Jamaica Resort & Spa, an all-inclusive resort with a casino, sumptuous spa, gourmet restaurants, stylish lounges and spacious suites. Swim, snorkel, windsurf, or listen to reggae music and do nothing at all on one of the world’s most beautiful beaches. At the Grand Palladium nightclub, live music and shows keep the party going into the night.
Jamaica’s sun-drenched beaches hit the big screen more than 50 years ago, when the first James Bond girl, Honey Ryder (Ursula Andress in Dr. No) emerged from its cerulean sea, conch shell in hand, in one of the most famous Bond scenes of all times. DAE invites members to enjoy the island’s iconic beaches and attractions for a fun and glamorous vacation that’s pure double-oh! heaven.
What Not To Miss In Jamaica
Catamaran Cruises, Montego Bay
Embark on a catamaran cruise for a day of snorkeling through the crystal-clear waters.
Tryall Club Golf Course, east of Montego Bay
Minutes from the Grand Palladium Resort, DAE members can tee off at this renowned course alongside the Caribbean Sea that has been host to the Johnnie Walker World Championship and the Mazda Championship.
Dunn’s River Falls, Ocho Ríos
On the northern coast, Dunn’s River Falls draws thousands of visitors each year. The cascading waterfall with tiers and wading pools makes a striking centerpiece in this mountain-like setting. Climb the 600 feet up through the waterfall with an experienced guide or just relax on the beach at the bottom.
Mystic Mountain Rainforest, Ocho Rios
Thrill seekers can take a zip line tour through the forest canopy. Or, they can zoom through the tropical landscape on the park’s signature attraction, the bobsled ride, a wild journey inspired by the famous Jamaican Olympic bobsled team – cool runnings, indeed.
James Bond Beach, Ocho Ríos
Enjoy in the tranquil turquoise vistas with lush mountain backdrop at this breathtaking beach that gets its name from Bond author, Ian Flemming, whose former estate, where he wrote the novels, is a few miles outside town.
Blue Mountains National Park, Portland Parish
On Jamaica’s eastern edge, the Blue Mountains are a haven for nature and coffee lovers as the home of the fragrant Blue Mountain Coffee. Go on a hiking tour to behold these majestic mountains filled with hundreds of unique species of flora and fauna. Hiking is not for the faint of heart; the peak of the range rises to an altitude of 7,402 feet.
Blue Lagoon, Port Antonio
The legendary Blue Lagoon was featured in the movie of the same name starring Brooke Shields. Book a rafting tour of this remarkable cove with vibrant, cobalt blue water. The mysterious, spring-fed waters change to different shades of blue throughout the day depending on the angle of the sun.
Black River Safari, South Coast
Explore more of Jamaica’s natural wonders on a safari cruise up the Black River. More than 100 species of birds have been found in the jungle along the waterways as well as mangroves and the endangered American crocodiles.
Bob Marley Museum, Kingston
Bob Marley and his music are synonymous with Jamaica. Pay homage to the reggae legend at his former home, which now serves as a museum displaying his personal treasures. There’s also an 80-seat theatre, photo gallery, and gift shop. The One Love Café specializes in ital and Jamaican dishes.
Jamaican cuisine reflects the national motto, “Out of Many, One People.” Delicious dishes reflect the island’s rich cultural heritage. The Spanish, first to conquer, left behind savory marinated dishes. The Jamaican turnover was inspired by the English. The Maroons, former slaves, contributed to the birth of jerk cooking over allspice wood. Then there is curry, introduced by West Indian indentured laborers, and flavorful Rastafarian ital vegetarian cuisine.
About DAE (Dial An Exchange)
DAE is the world’s leading independently-owned vacation exchange provider. With an established network of resort partners, DAE offers exchange availability at thousands of resorts in the most exciting destinations around the globe.
DAE’s approach to exchange is simple – a platform that is easy to use and puts members’ needs first. No hidden fees, complicated rules or trading powers. It’s why DAE has grown to become the largest privately owned exchange provider since opening its doors in 1997 – now servicing over 1.5 million timeshare owners worldwide, including 550,000 direct members.
Through innovation and value-added service, DAE has changed exchange. DAE helps owners to easily understand how to use their exchange services to get more out of their vacation ownership investment. Their low-cost business model offers a value proposition second to none whilst generating lead opportunities for Developers, HOA’s, Resorts and industry partners alike.
With 10 global offices located across North America, the UK, Europe, Asia Pacific, South Africa and the Middle East, DAE delivers a range of products and services to businesses in the timeshare industry to achieve their goals and objectives – providing local solutions with a global outlook.
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