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Located in the southern parish of St. Elizabeth, Treasure Beach is the kind of place you don’t arrive at by accident. It’s 3 hours from Kingston, 2.5 hours from Montego Bay, and it's not really on the way to anywhere. Treasure Beach is also not a beach, rather a collection of bays – Billy's Bay, Frenchman's Bay, Calabash Bay and Pedro Bay – dotted with fishing boats and a few thousand residents stretched along the south coast. Our friends at Jake’s Hotel in Treasure Beach call their community simply “a neighbourhood”. Click for details.
Visitors and locals alike agree, Stush In The Bush, a Regenerative Ital Garden-to-Table dining adventure set in the lush hills of Free Hill, St. Ann, should be on anyone's list of destinations. Stush In The Bush is where food, style, wellness and community are the key ingredients in a genuine, holistic Jamaican experience. Click for details.
Kingston's street food fans who know pan chicken, know Northside Pan Chicken. Located on the corner of Northside Drive and Old Hope Road in the Liguanea area of Kingston, Northside Pan Chicken took over from Red Hills Road as the capital of Kingston’s pan chicken scene pretty much when Hopeton moved his operation to Northside from Red Hills Road 30-plus years ago. Click for details.