Treasure Beach, on the south coast of Jamaica, is one of the least touristy areas and remains one of the most authentic parts of the country. Life here is simple and snail paced, with a string of fishing villages dotting the coastline, fringed with black-sand beaches while colorful canoes brimming with fishing nets drift ashore as birds chirp above them. For nature lovers, this is the place to stay. Here are a few activities that should be part of your time in Treasure Beach.
Category: Things To Do
November 19, 2015
Much like Kingstonians, Montego Bay’s residents love to step out at night–whether it’s bar hopping, heading to a live concert or clubbing till the wee hours of the morning. You’ll find the majority of bars, lounges and clubs on the Hip Strip, where locals, expats and tourists all jam away.
September 10, 2015
The North Coast is filled with outdoor adventures, making it a great destination whether for a day’s excursion or several nights of vacation. There are more attractions than you can possibly do in one trip, but here are a few ideas to consider from Falmouth if you love the great outdoors.
September 3, 2015
Montego Bay is one of the best destinations for family friendly fun outdoors, whether adventurous or cultural. Here are our picks for the best family-friendly activities from Montego Bay:
April 23, 2015
Ocho Rios is known as the best family destination in Jamaica, not just for its beaches but its great outdoor attractions. Here are a few that will reveal the area’s lush surroundings, while you still get to cool off from the hot sun.
March 26, 2015
Located 50 miles southwest of Montego Bay (just one hour and 15 minutes from Sangster International Airport), the beach town of Negril is a favorite escape among expats and Jamaicans alike, who call it “the capital of casual” and flock here on their holidays. Aside from its ideal location–close to waterfalls, blue holes and idyllic fishing villages like Bluefields and Little Bay–and its tourist amenities, here are five reasons to stay in Negril.