Jamaica events in November include Restaurant Week, Rally and St. Elizabeth Homecoming Week.
You can expect the usual tropical climate in the days and cool nights.
Thanksgiving Dinner is not very popular in Jamaica, but you will find a few people celebrating the occasion.
Here are some things to do in Jamaica this November.
Restaurant Week Jamaica
When: November 8th to 17th
Where: Kingston, Ocho Rios and Montego Bay
Step outside of the confines of your hotel and enjoy every type of cuisine imaginable for only half the original price.
There are over 75 restaurants to choose from in Kingston, Ocho Rios and Montego Bay, that will serve over 15 cuisines.
All the popular participating restaurants in Jamaica will offer three to five-course meals for US$ 15 to US$ 40 . Prices are per person and do not include tax and gratuities.
Book early because spaces are limited. Please try and visit at least two restaurants before the week is over.
Make your reservation at least a week in advance and be there early because the lines can get very long.
Reserve the earliest time in order to avoid waiting on someone before you.For More Information: visit Restaurant Week Homepage
Jamaica Invitational Pro Am Presented By Nike Golf
When: November 27th to December 1st
Where: Montego Bay
Do you like to play golf? If you are in the Montego Bay area, then you should visit the White Witch Golf Course in Montego Bay.
Enjoy at least one day of participating or watching professional golfers from all over the world battle for supremacy.
Appleton Jamaica is the official sponsor so you can expect the rum to be flowing all day.For More Information: visit Jamaica Invitational Pro
St. Elizabeth Homecoming Week
When: November 23rdth to Dec 1st
Where: St. Elizabeth
For the entire week, all the achievements of St. Elizabeth will be honoured. All the cultural and historical events in this parish, especially in the capital, Black River is highlighted.
Black River Jamaica is one of the least visited tourist destinations yet it has so much history to it.
The problem is that the area needs investment, and this week of homecoming is the perfect platform.
Wherever you are in Jamaica, take a short drive over to St. Elizabeth. I promise that you will not be disappointed.
Jamaica Rally Week
When: November 29th to December 1st
Come and witness the top Caribbean drivers go head to head in a fun-filled family event. The Caribbean has some of the best drivers around and the competition is always nail biting and down to the last few seconds.
On Friday, the racers will meet and greet the fans and sign autographs. Saturday (December 1st) and Sunday (Dec 2nd) are the two main days of the event because this is the time when all racers compete for bragging rights.
There are sure to be some upsets and disappointments but all in good fun.
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