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At this time Onestop does not arrange tours out of Treasure Beach.
However, tours can be arranged from your hotel.
|Appleton Estate Rum Tour
||A true legend in Jamaica. See --and taste -- how their international award winning rums
have been blended into some of the world's finest since 1749. After a tour of their time-honored manufacturing and bottling
process, you will be treated to complimentary samples of cane juice, 'high wine', and all of the flavourful rums they
||Located along the main A2 road between Lacovia and Middle Quarters, Bamboo Avenue is a
picturesque two and a half mile stretch of bamboo trees which arch to form a natural tunnel. Planted in the early 1900's to
provide a respite from the hot sun for the sugar cane workers of Holland Estates, today it is a favorite spot for coconut
and peanut vendors to ply their trade. Stop and enjoy a refreshing coconut water while snapping a few pictures of this
|Black River Boat Trip
||Cruise up the Black River with it's crocs and magnificent Mangrove trees.
Combine this with a swing by St. Charles Beach
and a Red Stripe at Floyd's Pelican Bar
Bob Marley's Birthplace (Nine Mile)
||Half the fun of this trip is the truly breathtaking drive through rural Jamaica past
farm land filled with banana, coffee, and yam...not to mention lots of friendly waves from farmers. Upon arrival, you will
be greeted by a Rastafarian (usually a self-proclaimed relative of the music legend) who will lead you through a tour of
Bob's birthplace, inspiration for many songs, and mausoleum. Keep in mind that this is a Jamaican attraction...expect quaint
kitsch and you won't be disappointed. Also offered are an Ital (vegetarian) snack bar and gift shop chock full of Bob Marley
|Coffee Factory Tour
||Coffee, coffee, coffee! Situated near Mandeville, Jamaica Standard Products Company
produces three brands of coffee: the world famous Blue Mountain, its own Estate brand called Baronhall Estate and High
Mountain Coffee. They provide a tour (by appointment only, Monday to Friday) which is free of charge and consists of
getting first hand knowledge of the roasting, grinding and vacuum packing of the 3 main brands of Jamaican Coffee.
The factory has a small retail outlet where all brands are available for sale. Brewed coffee is served to guests free of
|Fi Ree Fishing Tours
||Catch a big fish with Captain Paolo on board El Tazar, offering deep sea fishing tours
departing from White House. Enjoy the early morning beauty of the Caribbean Sea possibly catching a glimpse of frolicking
dolphin, sea turtles, egrets, herons, and so much more, while casting your line overboard in search of the catch of the day.
Fishing locations are spread over a range of 20 miles depending on the length of the tour. Fishing tours are by the hour or
half day trip. Troll from 1 or 2 miles off shore or to the inner banks depending on the length of the trip. The catch will
change by the season. The Major targets are barracuda, kingfish, wahoo, tuna, bonita, dorado, and shark. Take advantage of
what Treasure Beach is famous for...fishing!
Phone direct 876-965-3433 or email email@example.com
||Pelican Reef Bar is the real thing! A quaint bar situated on a reef about 1 mile off the
South Coast. Your boat ride to the reef that is also a fish sightseeing trip! You're bound to see dolphin, turtles, pilot
whales, flying fish, and the occasional manatee. Then cruise up Black River, see crocodiles up close, exotic birds and enjoy
a stuffed crab lunch at Sister Lou's.
||This small spring-fed river offers a serene setting for a cool swim in crystal-clear waters
that are said to be medicinal. Dive into a 20 foot swimming hole or snorkel past a variety of underwater vegetation and
animal-life giving you the sensation of being in a huge aquarium. Then enjoy a walk along the deserted beach to where the
river meets the sea...all the while marveling at how untouched this piece of paradise is. However, on weekends and holidays
this quiet spot comes alive with Jamaicans who come for the pulsing reggae and fresh fish prepared by local vendors.
|Half Day Excursions
||Go with Bernard and Zeb or any of the other qualified sea captains and spend a half or full day
visiting the Black River, Floyd's Pelican Bar, St. Charles Beach. They'll leave you on the deserted beach for as long as you wish then
come back and cooka meal of lobster, shrimp or fish....fresh caught!
|Hike and Bike
||Well-worn footpaths twist and wind their way through meadows and along the coast, allowing
hikers various off-road excursions. Bikers can choose from either flat or hilly terrain and are guaranteed to encounter
friendly smiles and shouts, potholes, and small rum bars featuring cold drinks and tall tales.
|Mandeville Day Trip
||Mandeville, principal town of the parish of Manchester, is a quiet, restful mountain resort,
a little over 2,000 feet above sea level with a cool climate (70-75 degrees by day, 65-70 degrees by night) ideal for such
pursuits as golf, walking and horseback riding. The town is often likened to an English village and certainly boasts a village
green, handsome stone buildings and stone-walled pastures
||Experience the longest river walk in Jamaica. This stairway leads to the magical world of
Mayfield Falls. Enjoy this tropical paradise for a day you'll long remember
|Negril Day Trip
||Spend a day in the famous town of Negril complete with all the trappings of a resort area.
Visit the west end famous for its cliff-diving and picturesque sunsets. Walk the bustling, hotel-lined white sand beach and
enjoy snorkeling, people watching, para-sailing, jet skiing, and glass-bottom boat tours. Or cruise into town and shop till you
drop at both duty-free shops and craft markets for wood carvings, jewelry, T-shirts, etc. For those spending a night,
live music on the beach, discos, and special events are in full swing until the early morning hours. And when its all over,
most people are quite happy to return to the peace, tranquility, and lower costs of Treasure Beach.
||Visit Roaring River with it's bottomless artesian spring which supplies half the river's
water. The countryside is beautiful.
|St. Charles Beach
||Plan a day trip to the deserted St. Charles Beach. Your captain will be happy to catch
shrimp or fish for a cook out on the beach. The water is crystal clear.
|The Sunny Island Boat Tour
||Takes you in the opposite direction as Black River past the Pedro Bluff and along the
cliffs where Lover's Leap towers 1750 feet above. Once arriving at the sand spit known as Sunny Island you will see it is
aptly named due to its lack of trees and vegetation. A colorful reef surrounds the island and is great for snorkeling. After a
few hours of swimming and snorkeling, cruise to Alligator Pond and dine at a fresh seafood restaurant located on the beach.
Let your food settle while enjoying the unspoiled vista on the ride home.
|Swim and Snorkel
||Treasure Beach offers four public beaches and several small coves suited for swimming and
body surfing in the warm Caribbean sea. Some sections of reef provide good snorkeling spots for viewing colorful tropical fish
and an assortment of coral. Plan on bringing your own equipment if your accommodations doesn't supply them.
||This is a great waterfall on private property that has been opened to the public. They have
done a great job of preserving the natural beauty while allowing lots of people to enjoy the beauty of their natural treasure.
There are lifeguards that help you get on the rope swing and also assist you as you swim into and behind the waterfall.
When you arrive you pay a fee of $10US to enjoy the grounds and ride on a tractor pulled train to the bottom of the waterfall.
The grounds are gorgeous with lots of flowers and and well-kept natural habitat. When you get to the falls you will have a
short walk to the water. The flowers and plants along the way are spectacular. The first thing to do is climb the steps to the
top which is where the largest falls can be viewed. After you have finished there you will want to walk back down to the lower
falls and the beautiful pools of water which provide a refreshing place to swim.
||This waterfall, comprised of eight cascades falling 120 feet, is one of the most beautiful
and well-kept attractions in Jamaica. (In fact, the Browne family, owners for the last 110 years, recently won an environmental
award for their efforts.) A tractor drawn jitney takes you through fields of Guango, Cotton, Quickstick and Cedar trees where
thoroughbred racehorses and Jamaican Red Poll cattle graze. At the end of the ride lies the waterfall, complete with a
Tarzan-style rope swing, calm pools for swimming, picnic areas, and changing rooms. For an additional $6.00 US you can go
on a 45 minute tubing excursion down the YS River starting at the bottom of the falls and ending up further downstream
where the jitney will pick you up.
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