Location: St. Mary, Jamaica
Go: GoldenEye, a collection of private villas, cottages and beach huts in Jamaica has a backdrop of tropical gardens, private beaches and secluded coves. Enjoy a spacious and standalone villa, sitting directly on the beach or lagoon, offering an outdoor shower and secluded gardens. Lagoon cottages offer direct water access with verandas boasting lush landscaping. Beach huts maximize indoor-outdoor living, providing a secluded area of world to explore.
Enjoy authentic Jamaican cuisine with a poolside breakfast at Bizot, barbecue at Bamboo Bar or drinks at Shabeen. Outdoor dining is offered with stunning views of the Peninsula, offering all guests a once-in-a-lifetime dining experience. From swimming and snorkeling to kayaking and paddleboarding, all guests will enjoy the main beach, Low Cay, at GoldenEye.
While freshwater pools are available at GoldenEye, the best swimming experience is in the lagoon, made up of part fresh water and part seawater. Other than water sports, try your hand at tennis, explore the local Blue Mountains or go deep seas fishing while visiting GoldenEye. Kick back and relax at FieldSpa, the on-site spa experience at GoldenEye offering a full spa menu.
And Do Good: Focusing on people and the planet, GoldenEye full supports the GoldenEye Foundation, a foundation on mission to drive the sustainable development of Oracabessa Bay, Jamaica. This foundation runs several programs to enhance the lives of the local community, offering activities such as Jacks River Skills Training Center, where over 900 people have received vocational skills in construction, housekeeping or hospitality, and Two Wheels One Love BMX Youth Program, providing the first BMX track for local youth to work on discipline and teamwork.
Besides just supporting people, GoldenEye Foundation focuses on planet-centric projects, such as Fish Sanctuary, which aims to increase their local fish population and enhance the health of their reefs within the Oracabessa Bay. They also have a Sea Turtle Project, providing incubation support and assisting in the safe release of turtles, many of which are endangered.