Updated: Mar 19, 2020
Tired of staying local to celebrate your Labor Day weekend? You’re not the only one… Miami is fun, and LA is cool, but why settle for a domestic trip, when you could go international for around the same cost? Jamaica is one of the top Labor Day weekend destinations, with low flight costs, amazing weather and great vibes!
Flights to Jamaica from all major US cities in September are around 15% cheaper compared to the other months, so if you’re looking to travel on a budget, this may be the move for you.
Planning a trip months in advance and building excitement leading up to the trip just to have it ruined by constant rain is the worst, trust us, we’ve been there. September in Jamaica is the perfect balance of sun, breeze and temperature just avoiding the rainiest month, October, where hurricane season reaches its peak.
If you haven’t been to Jamaica before, then you’ve never truly experienced the ultimate combination of relaxation and turn up vibes. Montego Bay is known for its beautiful beaches and laid back atmosphere, creating the perfect setting for relaxation. On the other hand, Montego Bay is also home to some of the best clubs in Jamaica where you can expect to listen to a balance hip-hop and reggae music as you dance the night away alongside the locals.
The SeventyEleven Experience
Great weather, incredible vibes, and affordable flights…. now all that’s missing is someone to plan the trip and amazing people to enjoy the trip with. No worries, SeventyEleven checks the last two boxes! SeventyEleven plans international travel trips from beginning to end, coordinating transportation within Jamaica, creating an agenda filled with activities such as boat parties, VIP club experiences, cultural tours, excursions and more. We connect amazing people from all over the country to be a part of this experience where guests come as strangers and leave as life-long friends.
To find out more information on our international travel, including details of the 2020 Jamaica Labor day trip, click here. Last year's trip to Jamaica was AMAZING! Check out our recap video below.