Luxuriate in a waterfront cabana on Discovery Bay, your own private oasis just steps from the sea, where you can relax in total comfort.
After departing from the pier, you will enjoy a scenic drive along Jamaica’s lovely northern coast to Discovery Bay. When Christopher Columbus landed here in 1494, he called the town Puerto Seco or Dry Harbor because the natural harbor lacked fresh water nearby.
Although the area’s colonial-style architecture is a draw, Discovery Bay is known more for beautiful Puerto Seco Beach, which is rimmed by the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean. You will spend hours here relaxing in the comfort of a private thatched-roof cabana.
The cabana is open on all sides to maximize the sea breezes and provide uninterrupted views of the Caribbean. Even though the cabana is in an exclusive area of the beach, everything you could possibly want is right there.
You might stretch out on the sand, take an invigorating dip in the sea or in the freshwater swimming pool and stroll the horseshoe-shaped shoreline. Stands of palm trees line the beach, so there is also plenty of shade if you wish to get out of the sun.
If you are looking for activities, a floating water park is just offshore with slides, trampolines and a rock-climbing feature. You could also rent snorkeling equipment and see the tropical wonders that lie beneath the water’s surface. When you are ready to dine, a hearty lunch will be served in the Santa Maria Restaurant.
Need to Know:
Note: Price is listed per cabana for 2 guests. Only one person needs to reserve it for 2. Additional guests (3-6 guests) are $129.00 per person and will be charged onboard.
This tour is not suitable for guests with walking difficulties. Guests must be at least 21 years of age to consume alcohol. There are other restaurants and activities which are not included in the tour but are available at an additional cost – alcoholic beverages, water sports, massage, spa, snorkeling & diving. Cabanas include bottled water, fruit platter and snack basket.
Tours with this activity level involve walking over relatively level terrain, possibly some cobblestone, gravel, or a few steps. Comfortable shoes are recommended.