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To go: golden eye, a collection of private villas, cottages and beach cabins in Jamaica set against the backdrop of tropical gardens, private beaches and secluded coves. Enjoy a spacious, self-contained villa, located directly on the beach or lagoon, offering an outdoor shower and secluded gardens. Lagoon cottages offer direct water access with verandas featuring lush landscaping. Beach huts maximize indoor and outdoor living, providing a secluded area from the world to explore.
Savor authentic Jamaican cuisine with poolside breakfast at Bizot, BBQ at Bamboo Bar or drinks at Shabeen. Alfresco dining is offered with stunning views of the peninsula, providing all guests with a unique dining experience. From swimming and snorkeling to kayaking and paddleboarding, all guests can enjoy the main beach, Low Cay, at golden eye.
Although freshwater swimming pools are available at golden eyethe best swimming experience is in the lagoon, which is partly freshwater and partly saltwater. Besides water sports, try your hand at tennis, explore the local Blue Mountains or go deep-sea fishing during of your visit. golden eye. Relax and unwind at FieldSpa, the on-site spa experience at golden eye offering a full spa menu.
And do it right: Focus on people and the planet, golden eye fully supports the GoldenEye Foundation, a foundation whose mission is to promote the sustainable development of Oracabessa Bay, Jamaica. This foundation runs several programs to improve the lives of the local community, offering activities such as the Jacks River Skills Training Center, where more than 900 people received vocational skills in construction, housekeeping or hospitality, and Two Wheels One Love BMX Youth Program, providing the premier BMX track for local youth to work on discipline and teamwork.
In addition to supporting people, GoldenEye Foundation focuses on planet-centric projects, such as Fish Sanctuary, which aims to increase their local fish population and improve the health of their reefs in Oracabessa Bay. They also have a sea turtle project, providing incubation support and helping with the safe release of turtles, many of which are endangered.
Learn more about how to donate or get involved GoldenEye Foundation here: https://www.goldeneyefoundation.org.
To book your stay at golden eye and for Go and Do Good®, book directly on: https://www.goldeneye.com.