Treasure Beach

Treasure Beach

"Treasure Beach is a gem for travelers in search of the off-beat. You won't find a more authentically charming and relaxing place in Jamaica."
- Lonely Planet

Lovers Leap

Lovers Leap

Have you ever visited Lover's Leap? If not, probably you should. Thousands of people from across the globe have set eyes on one of the most picturesque scenes on earth.

Little Ochie

Little Ochie

Little Ochie must be one of the few restaurants in the world where diners schedule their visits according to the moon. It sits on the beach in Alligator Pond, a remote village still untouched by tourism in the south of Jamaica.

Pelican Bar

Pelican Bar

A hut erected on a shoal three quarters of a mile at sea, the Pelican Bar is the vision become local institution of Delroy Forbes (a.k.a. Floyd), a fisherman from the remote seaside village of Parottee.

South Coast Tour --- Tour Reservation Form

 

1- Treasure Beach:
Treasure Beach is a gem for travelers in search of the off-beat. You won't find a more authentically charming and relaxing place in Jamaica.Indeed, to visit Treasure Beach...is to time-trip back to the days before corporations took over Caribbean tourism.The first thing that will strike you about the southwestern coast is how different it is from the rest of Jamaica...You also find an exceedingly friendly population of farmers and fishermen

2- Lovers Leap:
Lovers Leap is a 1700 ft cliff from which a couple of slave lovers leaped
to escape their master who wanted the girl for himself. It has a restaurant and a small museum with Indian and more recent artifacts. It has a nice garden with a Cactus farm, there is a small entrance fee.

3- Little Ochie:
Little Ochie is a little off the beaten path, being on the South coast of Jamaica, which is less frequented by overseas visitors, and therein lies some of its charm. For those who want authentic Jamaican food in an authentic setting, Little Ochie is the place. It is regarded as one of the best restaurants on the South Coast, where the people from the Parishes of Manchester and St. Elizabeth go to eat seafood.

4- Pelican Bar:
A hut erected on a shoal three quarters of a mile at sea, the Pelican Bar is the vision become local institution of Delroy Forbes (a.k.a. Floyd), a fisherman from the remote seaside village of Parottee. At just a twenty-minute boat ride with master seaman Bernard, the Pelican Bar is the ultimate spot to hang with a Red Stripe, go snorkeling or simply take in the stunning three hundred and sixty degree panorama; Floyd will also
prepare a delicious seafood lunch upon arrangement. Enjoy the passing seaside homes and guesthouses, and miles of sun-baked beachfront during the ride to and from the Pelican Bar. Book your tour here--- Tour Reservation Form

*This tour may be scheduled for Sunday to friday.

If you are staying in Montego Bay area Resorts/Hotels:
Cost: One to four persons $290.00 round trip, Five and more [$50.00 per person]. No Entry Fees.

If you are staying in Negril or Grand Palladium area Resorts/Hotels:
Cost: One to four persons $290.00 round trip,Five and more [$50.00 per person]. No Entry Fee.

If you are staying in Ocho Rios area Resorts/Hotels:
Cost: One to four persons $450.00 round trip, Five and more [$60.00 per person]. No Entry Fee. Book your tour here--- Tour Reservation Form

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