A Map Of Jamaica

You know (as well as I do) that finding a map of Jamaica online that is current, easy to view and shows the major roads... is not an easy task.

More often than not you end up tired and frustrated in your search.

Most of the free maps available are just too small to be of any use... whether to view online or to print out for later use.

This is why we've provided a Jamaica map for you (made in March 2007)... which we hope will be of use... and will help you to learn more about our island.

You'll see the location of the 2 international airports (Norman Manley International Airport (KIN) in Kingston and Sir Donald Sangster International Airport (MBJ) in Montego Bay)... the 14 Parishes... the Parish Capitals... the main road network... the proposed Highway 2000 (22 km from Kingston to Sandy Bay in Clarendon is already completed)... lighthouses... and settlements.

So go ahead... download the Jamaica map below (it's larger than the thumbnail above and it has a much higher quality/resolution) and print it out. (If you click on the map above, a new window will open with a larger map but it may be difficult for printing purposes.) Be sure to bring whichever map you choose when you're visiting us on vacation!

FREE Easy To Print PDF Download! A Map Of Jamaica (1.40 MB)

You will need Adobe Reader (the latest version is recommended) installed on your computer in order to open and read this PDF file. You can get Adobe Reader here (a new window will open so you can download without leaving this page).

Click Here to Open/Download Your FREE Map Of Jamaica

If you want to open the file in your browser window, you can just click on the link. However if you want to download the file to view later, then right click on the link and choose "Save Target As" or "Save File As." Then select where you want to save the file on your hard drive.

Once you have saved the file, locate where you saved it, and double click to open.

In order to print, open the downloaded file, and select the "Print" option from the file menu.

You may also be interested in learning more about the Jamaica road map, the map we locals use :o)