Rhino car rental Jamaica
is cheap and our cars are excellent value. Car rental Jamaica is the best way to explore this fascinating Caribbean island at a cheap price on your own agenda. Rhino car rental Jamaica can cater to travellers on a budget by offering cheap low rates, allowing you to spend less money on car rental and more money on your holiday.
Some of the automatic car rental Jamaica options that we offer are the Peugeot 307, the VW Touran and the Nissan Maxima. If you prefer to drive a manual vehicle we have the Ford Focus Station Wagon and the Mitsubishi L300 bus 12 seater among others.
Rhino car rental can come with GPS, child seats and any other optional extras you require. Your rental includes comprehensive breakdown assistance as well as an unlimited mileage offer which means that you can drive as far as you like without ever having to turn back. We have mechanics who work round the clock who can come out to help you if the car overheats or you need help changing a tyre.
If they are unable to repair the fault we will give you a replacement vehicle. However our fleet of modern cars is regularly checked by mechanics so you are unlikely to break down. Just choose the vehicle to suit your needs in Jamaica from all kinds of cars on offer. Nothing could be easier.
*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Jamaica Car Hire - Did You Know?
- Jamaica used to be owned by the Spanish and called Santiago, however in 1655 it became an English and then later a British colony called Jamaica.
- The official language of Jamaica is English, however many Jamaicans speak an English-African language called Jamaican Patois.
- Many famous music artists have originated from Jamaica including Bob Marley, Grace Jones, Shabba Ranks and Sean Paul.
- Ian Fleming who created James Bond lived in Jamaica and often used the island as a setting for the novels.
Jamaica Mini Guide
Jamaica is one of the most atmospheric places you will ever visit and this large Caribbean island has everything a visitor could possibly want. Whether you head there to soak up the sun at an all inclusive beach resort, go to a cricket match or watch a reggae concert you will find the Jamaican people incredibly friendly and helpful. That said, there are some no-go areas on the island and the crime rate is quite high, but as long as you take the proper precautions you will have an unforgettable experience.
Whichever part of the island you are heading to you are spoilt for choice as Jamaica has many airports. They are Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston, which is named after a Jamaican prime minister, and the Donald Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay which both receive hundreds of international flights every day. There are also smaller airports in Negril and Ocho Rios and Kingston which are mostly accessed by light aircraft.
Driving in Jamaican is part of the adrenaline rush. Jamaica’s roads can be bumpy and badly maintained and its drivers erratic and foolhardy. But this is the best way to experience Jamaica’s stunning interior and the Blue Mountains. Just be warned that you will encounter some very windy roads which may even give you motion sickness, so it might be worth carrying appropriate medication for this. Driving is on the left, and don’t be surprised if other drivers use their horns frequently.
An attraction in Jamaica not to be missed is the Bob Marley museum which has memorabilia from the island’s most famous son and world renowned reggae artist who wrote and sang such timeless songs.
One place which is recommended to stay in is the Stony Hill Hotel. Though the staff have a laid back pace which could seem infuriating to those expecting a European standard of service, Stony Hill is incredibly charming and certainly a place to experience authentic Jamaica. Try their fine breakfast of eggs and bacon with toast of coffee followed by Caribbean fruit while you enjoy the gentle breeze and sweeping views of Kingston Bay.
Definitely don’t leave without eating the world famous Jamaican food while you are there, such as jerk chicken, rice and peas, ackee and saltfish. The local red stripe beer is an excellent accompaniment to this, as is the rum which is made from Jamaican sugar cane.