Unlike other free Caribbean dating websites and apps, e Harmony specialises in helping singles from every culture find meaningful, long-lasting relationships in the UK.
Thanks to our unique Relationship Questionnaire, e Harmony ensures that you’ll be paired with Caribbean singles who share more than just your culture; our matches are based on several key dimensions of compatibility, so you’ll be one-step closer to meeting someone who’s the best match for you.
At the same time, old-fashioned manners are maintained here; passing someone on a rural street without acknowledging them will be seen as rude, as will failing to greet a shop assistant with a “good morning/afternoon” before launching into your request.
The elderly are revered in Jamaican culture, and it’s usual to preface someone’s name with Mr or Miss when addressing someone much older than you; kids are taught to respect their elders at all times and never answer back.
Take a look at a roomful of Jamaicans enjoying a night out and you might easily think this is one of the most free, open societies on the planet, what with the downright sexiness of the dancing and the frankness of the chat-up lines.
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At e Harmony, we know that finding Caribbean singles that you’re compatible with can be a challenge, which is why we take the time to really get to know you and what you’re looking for in a relationship.
Whether you’re Jamaican, Trinidadian, Bajan or Cuban; Christian, Rastafarian or Atheist, we’ll introduce you to Caribbean singles who share your core values – the really important things that happy relationships are built on.
In terms of general dress codes, though, you’ll want something smart if you plan on clubbing, and men will need long trousers if planning to dine at the better restaurants (jackets are required only at the most expensive places).