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Last Updated: June 20, 2017 Of the 15 Sandals resorts in the Caribbean, 7 of them are in Jamaica In our rankings of the best sandals resort overall, three of the top 4 are in Jamaica, but the bottom 3 are also in Jamaica
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A common question asked by travelers on the Trip Advisor Forums is which currency should I take? It's always best to use Jamaican Dollars, you'll find you generally pay around 15% less when paying in the local currency as every vendor is going to use their own exchange rate and they will always use an exchange rate that favors them