Kingston, Jamaica's capital and largest city is not typically a first choice destination, but for those passing through or in search of Jamaica outside the tourist trail will find more then they would have imagined.
Kingston operates as the cultural hub of the island. The city itself offers visitors a vibrant nightlife, possibly one of the best in Jamaica
Montego Bay is a Caribbean jewel that has long been a top destination for those in search of sunny skies, white sand beaches, and vibrant nightlife. However, this city is also overflowing with rich culture and history, with pristine natural settings just steps away.
Negril is known for its sandy beaches, calm waters, and shallow bays, making it and an ideal place to spend a couple of days.
If you grow tired of laying around the beach and snorkeling all day then head into the interior from Negril. The nearby forests are filled with natural reserves great for birdwatching and wildlife spotting, and the popular Blue Hole Mineral Spring, where you can go swimming! The nearby Mayfield Falls are several picturesque waterfalls, also ideal for swimming.
Once a quiet fishing village, Ocho Rios is now a popular resort town that attracts cruise ships, and for good reason. The pristine coastline, rain forests, and year-round warm weather has something for everyone.
Downtown Ocho Rios is filled with local restaurants serving classic Jamaican cuisine, including one run by Rastafari. Spend your evening at lively jerk joints or at beach side restaurants, planning your next day's adventures!
One of Jamaica's top tourist destinations, Port Antonio the first settlement established by the Spanish in Jamaica, now serves as the gateway to the widest possible range of activities on the island. From jungles and waterfalls to beaches and snorkeling, this part of Jamaica has it all, which is why it's such a popular destination.
Artists and writers. Spies and seducers. Their stories are as much a part of this place as the ancient tangle of vines and trees that have made GoldenEye a jungle garden of incredible diversity.
Calm and inviting, therapeutic and soothing, the lagoon is the beating heart of GoldenEye. Guests who love to start, and end, each day with a swim treasure the cottages for their direct access to the water from their own private dock.