Found at Hermosa Cove
We heard back from a recent visitor to Hermosa Cove and she was kind enough to share a bit about her experience with us.
“Ever since I was a child, I have had a mental image of what the Garden of Eden must have looked like. I envision lush green plants of countless varieties, birds singing their sweet melodies from the trees as butterflies dance over fragrant flowers in every size and color. That vision did not include the depth of mountains and valleys, nor the soothing sounds of ocean waves. But added all together, that is the country of Jamaica! Now I’m not suggesting Jamaica is the Garden of Eden, but it certainly raises the bar for beauty. We recently had the opportunity to visit Jamaica and enjoy the newly opened Hermosa Cove. From the warm welcome at the airport to the availability of a personal chef in our own private villa, Hermosa Cove offered up the finest services available on the island. Our days were filled with climbing waterfalls, exploring caves, snorkeling and scuba diving the warm, clear waters and meeting the local people. Starry evenings on Hermosa Cove’s piers were a relaxing end to each adventure filled day. A must for anyone who visits is to have a driver take you on a tour through the hills of Jamaica, other than the tourist areas. That is where the true beauty is. Get to know the locals. Sample the local cuisine. Then clear you calendar for your next visit because you will most definitely want to go back!”
—Laurie, Steamboat Springs, CO
Laurie and her husband also sent us a few underwater pictures while they were scuba diving right off of Hermosa Cove’s beach. Being right on the north coast, our guests have excellent access to some of Jamaica’s finest scuba diving and snorkeling waters. Pictured above is a old sunken ship located just off the coast. Below is a picture of an eagle ray, and it was snapped as they were preparing to leave our beach.