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Home Sweet Home Resort

Box 3002
West End Road
Negril, Jamaica W.I.
Call USA telephone: 1-800-925-7418
Negril, Jamaica telephone: 876-957-4478

Intimate... secure... fully serviced with relaxed oceanfront dining and cocktails, pools and massage, within minutes of beaches, shopping, water sports and nightclubs. Nestled on the beautiful cliffs of Negril, and just a free shuttle ride away from its famous seven-mile beach. Sparkling clean rooms, all with modern baths, ceiling fans, and the most spectacular sunsets in all Jamaica.

Nirvana On The Beach
Negril, Jamaica
Phone Contact:
NOVEMBER 1 through MAY 20
Florida Phone... (941) 708-0203

MAY 20 through NOVEMBER 1
US Phone... (716) 789-5955
Nirvana is an intimate and unique un-hotel beachfront property with that world famous old-style Negril ambiance. Personal service and Negril's best staff will make sure your vacation dreams come true... making us the perfect choice for a special hideaway vacation in Jamaica for couples, singles, families or groups.

About Jamaica

Jamaica has much to offer above and below the water. You can relax or play on some of the best beaches in the Caribbean, enjoy climbing and hiking the Blue Mountains that reach to more than 7000 ft., head out for a day of deep sea fishing for Blue Marlin, tuna and wahoo. Not to mention the arts, music, historical sites and shopping Jamaica has to offer.

But if its diving you want, Jamaica has it. Dive sites are close by and professional operators help to make Jamaica a great dive destination. And, with the establishment of marine parks in Montego Bay, Port Antonio and Negril, fish populations are flourishing.

Montego Bay is famous for its wall dives, and is known for its mass of coral caves, tunnels and canyons.

The underwater terrain around Negril has excellent patches of spur-and-groove corals including caves and overhangs, as well as "coral cottages" in depths of 60-plus feet. There are also several close-to-shore wrecks to explore.

Kingston is one of the Caribbean's best-kept scuba dive secrets. Port Royal, which abuts the Kingston airport, is rich with history of pirates and sunken ships that now provide haven for a dense array of tropical fish.

East of Ocho Rios, Devilís Reef, a pinnacle, drops from 60 feet to over 200 feet, with a sand shelf at 130 feet. Caverns, a shallow reef about a quarter mile long, has endless small tunnels, with silversides and nurse sharks often in residence.

Starting in 30 to 40 feet of water, the wall off Falmouth runs within a half-mile of shore. Chubb Castle, a Falmouth favorite, starts shallow, its top decorated with soft corals and basket sponges and its wall strung with rope sponges and black corals. A chimney, dropping from 35 to 90 feet, leads to even more tunnels and caves.

Climate Average 78 - 85F 25 - 29C year round. Cooler in the mountain areas.
Water Temp Averages 78F 25 C throughout the year. Visibility can reach 100 ft 30 m

Getting There

Air Travel

Airports in Jamaica
There are three international airports in Jamaica: Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston, Jamaica's capital city and the Ian Fleming International Airport in picturesque Ocho Rios.

Airlines Serving Jamaica

Air Canada
Air Sunshine
American Airlines
British Airways
Cayman Airways
Delta Airlines
Jet Blue
Spirit Airlines
Sunwing Airlines
Air Transat
United Airlines
Virgin Atlantic

In addition to the airlines listed above, there are a number of charter flights from North America and Europe.

By Sea

Cruise Ships that include Jamaica on their itinerary.

Carnival Cruise Lines
Reservations: 800 327 9501

Celebrity Cruises
Reservations: 800 437 3111

Costa Cruise Lines
Reservations: 800 462 6782

Fred Olsen Cruise Lines
Reservations: 800 688 3876

Holland America Line
Reservations: 800 426 0327

Norwegian Cruise Line
Reservations: 800 327 7030

Princess Cruises
Reservations: 800 421 0522

Radiddon Seven Seas Cruises
Reservations: 800 285 1835

Royal Caribbean International
Reservations: 800 327 6700

Royal Olympic Cruises
Reservations: 800 468 6400

Sun Cruises
Reservations: 800 468 6400

Entry Requirements

U.S. Citizens travelling to and from Jamaica must present a valid passport when leaving and or re-entering the United States . Residents must present their Alien Resident Card (Green Card) together with passport of country for which they hold citizenship. All visitors are required to travel with a return ticket or onward ticket for entry into Jamaica. For more information, go to: http://www.congenjamaica-ny.org/visas/requirements-2/

Canadian Citizens: Valid passport or a government-issued identification with photograph, along with an official birth certificate. Canadian residents must present a Canadian Permanent Resident Card and a passport showing country of citizenship.

Getting Around

By Cab

Taxis have predetermined rates between one location and another. All cabs have red PPV plates (Public Passenger Vehicle) along with regular license plates. Limousines, air-conditioned coaches and local bus service also connect all villages, cities and towns.

By Rented Car

In Jamaica you drive on the left. The speed limit is 30 MPH in towns and 50 MPH on highways. To rent any vehicle, visitors may use a drivers license (valid for 12 months) for up to a 3 month period. Drivers must be at least 25 years of age to rent a car and must post a bond to meet insurance regulations with cash, major credit card, or travelers checks. Service stations are open daily and will only accept cash.

110 volts/50 cycles is standard. 220 volts used at some hotels. Adaptors are available at some hotels, although hair dryers and irons work without adapters.

Most hotels will include a 10 to 15% charge on your bill. These charges are not automatically included in restaurant bills, so tipping is suggested.

All drinking water in Jamaica is purified and filtered by modern methods.

Credit Cards
All major credit cards are accepted nearly everywhere. Traveler's checks are widely used, and most hotels, shops, and restaurants encourage their use-a real convenience for you, eliminating the need to constantly exchange money.





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