FAQ FOR NAI-JAMAICA
Jamaica is one of the few countries in the world accepting tourists from all over the world; So yes, you would be more than welcome in Jamaica.
Jamaica has a low rate compared to many other tourist destinations.
For a country that opened its borders on the15th of June, their efforts have been globally commended. There has been no tourist related covid-19 transmission till date.
Covid-19 test is required prior to entry.
Every hotel and tour sites have to be Covid-19 certified before they operate.
There are also certain towns you can visit and others you can’t all, along the resilient corridor (more information can be found in the travel requirements box on our website.
First charter 21st to 28th December
Second charter 30th December to Jan 6th
No, because the aircraft would be parked on ground, each person would be expected to use their return legs. The flight bringing people on the second rotation would do same and take back those that came with it.
This makes it impossible to join the second charter to return unless you forfeit your return seat (no financial value) and buy an additional ticket on the second charter (where you forfeit the first leg) and use your return ticket back into Nigeria.
This is a commercial charter serviced by Air Peace airlines on their Boeing 777ER air craft.
11hrs 30 mins
Yes there is inflight entertainment and 2 meals would be served.
The official flight time would be announced on or before the 26th of October, 2020. We would recommend that you book all flights to Nigeria to allow you adequate time for entry into Lagos before the flight to Jamaica.
Yes we can, just contact us via email with your requirements.
No, children pay for full price seats like adults; only infants 0-23 months pay 10% of the ticket fare ($165).
Contrary to popular opinion, the Jamaican visa is not difficult to obtain.
In the absence of a direct flight, travelling to Jamaica has always been via the UK or the US which meant an additional visa of any of those countries in addition to your Jamaican visa.
With this direct flight, there would be no need for these additional visas (UK or U.S).
All visas are granted at the discretion of the consulate. Should you be found eligible, your visa would be granted (kindly check requirements in visa section on the website). Please also note, even though the consulate grants the visa, entry into Jamaica is determined by the border and immigration. Should they find you non-satisfactory, they can deny your entry.
From submission to collection, kindly give 2 weeks.
Yes it is; you need to send your documents across to the high commission in Abuja (address can be found in visa section). It costs $20
Tourist visas are between 1 to 3 months
Yes, it is a sticker.
Yes we can, for a fee of $70, we would guide and make all submissions on your document provided on your behalf.
No, you can’t. Tourists are only allowed to stay in hotels within the resilient corridors (tourist locations have been inspected and are compliant with the required standards of training, protective equipment and processes) to ensure monitoring and safety of all.
Should you wish to stay out of a hotel, or outside the resilient corridor, you would need to self isolate for 14 days (which means you’ll miss your return flight).
You need to ensure they are in the resilient corridor, and that they are covid-19 certified otherwise, you would need to self isolate for 14 days.
Jamaica is a haven when it comes to hotels. You would be spoilt with choice. We advise you choose based on your budget or speak to a tour operator to put together a package for you.
The list is endless based on you interest.
A list of all our tourism partners can be found on our website.
TOURISTIC PARISH (TOWN) TO VISIT
PAYMENTS AND REFUND
What is the policy on refund?
A full terms and conditions document can be found on our website.
Terms are applicable to the time the flight tickets were purchased, so please check to understand which is most applicable to you.
What if the flight doesn’t take place?
Should we be forced to cancel the trip due to Covid-19, e.g. In a case where our destination country suddenly stops accepting passengers from Nigeria. NAIJAMAICA is committed to refunding the cost of flight due to force majeure circumstances.
What if I test positive of Covi-19 prior to travel?
Should you cancel your flight due to Covid-19 related reasons, e.g. you test positive a few days to travel, so far as the actual flight is still happening, NAIJAMAICA can do nothing but apply cancellation policy clauses.
Is Travel insurance important?
We would recommend that all passengers get travel insurance that covers cancellations and helps passengers safeguard their journeys.
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