Site Map

A listing of the different categories found on TreasureBeach.Net, a web site focusing on community tourism on the south coast of Jamaica. We are half travel guide, half virtual meeting place for tourists, locals, and Jamaicans who have emigrated. Enjoy!

What's New

The TB Runnins contains on-line discussion groups featuring what's new to this web site, what our residents and visitors are talking about, and a monthly profile of a Treasure Beach resident written by a local student.

Where To Stay

Treasure Beach has a wide spectrum of accommodations.
* For the budget minded, there are camping spots and guesthouses with kitchen facilities.
* Those looking for more amenities will find fully equipped beach cottages and a few hotel rooms at moderate prices.
* Or for complete indulgence, private villas with personal cook, swimming pool, and individual attention are available. Whatever your style and budget, we have a place to suit you.

Choose an establishment below:
2 Seasons Guest House
Aricona
Ashanti Village
Bay Villa
Beach Villas by Tiverton House LLC
Brytan Villa
Buccaneer Villa
Cacona Villa Beach Cottage
Calabash House
Cave Canem
Doc's on the Bay
Dolphin Villa
Doubloon Villa
Driftwood
Folichon
Great Escape
Heron's Reef
Ital Rest
Jake's Place
KuDehya Guesthouse
La Sirena - The Mermaid
Lyric
Mar Blue.Domicil
Minerva House
Nuestra Casa
Ocean View Guest House
Rainbow Point
Rainbow Tree
Sandy Rose Villa
Shakespeare Cottage
Shakti Home
Sparkling Waters Villa
Sunset Resort Villas
SunSplash
Taino Cove
Terrazas Villa
Treasure Tours
Viking's Rasta Retreats
Villa Arcadia
Villa Hikaru
Villa Optima
Wild Pine Cottage
     

Places to Eat and Play

Treasure Beach has various beach cafes, road-side stands, and one or two more upscale, but far from formal, restaurants. What we don't have are exclusive, 'guest-only' restaurants. Everyone is welcome everywhere. Enjoy local dishes of pumpkin soup, ackee and salt fish, jerk chicken and pork, or even curried goat. And don't forget the incredible fresh lobster*, fish, crab, conch*, and sea puss (octopus) which our fishermen provide daily. In fact, you can watch them unload their catch on the beach and choose your dinner right there.
* in season

Choose an establishment below:
Back Road Scooter Tours and Rentals
Driftwood Spa at Jake's
Fisherman's Night Club
Jack Sprat Cafe
Joshua's Massage & Bodywork
Shirley's Steam Bath
Treasure Beach Cooking
Treasure Hunt Craft Shop
Treasure Tours
 

See It and Do It

Swimming, snorkeling, sun bathing, body surfing, biking, hiking? We've got them in abundance. Sitting under a tree with a cold Red Stripe beer, chatting with a new Jamaican friend? No problem, mon. Waterfalls, fishing excursions, boat trips, golfing, rum factory tours, mineral baths, a visit to Bob Marley's birthplace? They're all just a day trip away.

Choose an establishment below:
Appleton Rum Factory
Bamboo Avenue
Boat Tours
Bob Marley's Birthplace
Coffee Factory Tour
Golfing in Mandeville
Guts River
Hike and Bike
Milk River Bath
Negril Day Trip
Relaxation Therapies
Swim and Snorkel
YS Waterfalls
   

Photo Gallery

On the premise that a picture is worth a thousand words, we give you the Treasure Beach Photo Gallery. Includes images taken by past visitors as well as site pictures.

Transport and Tours

There are several travel options for getting to and around Treasure Beach including tour operators and taxis, car and motorcycle rental, and public transportation. Includes airline info.

FAQ & Links

Need further information? Have questions? Need some more facts? Peruse these Frequently Asked Questions which feature a variety of questions and answers. Or visit some of the links to other sites we feature.

Art Gallery

Creativity has always flourished in Treasure Beach, and in recent years the community has been host to numerous theatrical, musical and literary events. In addition there are many talented visual artists living in the area.

History and Culture

Treasure Beach is located within the parish of St. Elizabeth, known island-wide for having the friendliest and hardest working people found anywhere in Jamaica. The sign welcoming visitors to the parish states, "In this parish we work, not shirk". This well-deserved reputation derives from a work ethic instilled in generations of farmers and fishermen and is one more way in which Treasure Beach is set apart from the rest of the island.

Community Groups

Treasure Beach is a community-based tourism destination. We care about the future of this area, its schools, and its residents. We believe that the focus of development must benefit and envelop the entire community, not just the tourism sector.

Contact Us

For information on advertising or problems with the web site.


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