Serene South Coast Package
Serene South Coast Package
Serene South Coast Package (Duration: Full Day Tour) Pick up at 08:30am
Round-trip pricing (Lunch Included): $130 USD per person up to 3 people; $115 USD per person for 4-7 people. Single entrance fees will be collected at the door of each destination. Contact us for the most updated prices.
We’ll start the day by traveling approximately 1.5 hours from MoBay to Treasure Beach in St Elizabeth parish. A few hours will be spent here exploring the area by bike, hiking or just relaxing on one of the six beaches. Then go for a tour along Black River, a Jamaican swampland filled with interesting species and vegetation. Next we will wind down the day at Pelican Bar. Pelican Bar is a uniquely designed bar that is supported by stilts in the sea that can be accessed by a small boat. Talk to some locals and enjoy a Red Stripe or Ting while you devour some delicious Jamaican cuisine.
As the name suggests, this is a beautiful sandy beach spanning across 6 small villages. However, this part of Jamaica is a little different. There is a true sense of community and pride within these fishing villages and they are interested in sustainable development. Fishing is the #1 industry and farming is very profitable as well. Despite its arid climate, the south coast provides the rest of Jamaica with a lot of its vegetables such as onions and scallions.
This is the type of region where you’ll run into a lot of friendly people, learn more about Jamaica’s history, and then wonder, where did the time go? If you’re an outdoors type of person, Treasure Beach is right up your ally. Go for a hike up the seaside hills, explore the area on a bike, swim in one of the 6 beaches and even try out a little snorkeling.
Black River Safari Tour
Did you know there were swamps in Jamaica? Go for a 6-mile tour up Black River in Jamaica's southcoast. Your guide will try to help you catch a glimpse of the endangered American Crocodile. These wetlands are full of vegetation and three types of mangroves. Come explore a different, swampier side of Jamaica!
A true symbol of how important fishing is to the villages in the south coast. Pelican Bar was a fisherman's dream turned into reality. After a long day of fishing, who wouldn't want to kick back and relax before heading home? Pelican Bar is accessible by a 20 minute boat ride. It is a wooden building that is supported by stilts. It was remodeled several years ago after being totally ruined by a hurricane. Not only was Pelican Bar a good idea for tired fisherman, it was a good idea, period. It's a consensus, those who have had the good fortune of experiencing the vibe at Pelican Bar, all rave about how unique, memorable, and authentic Pelican Bar is.