Best Eco Resorts in Jamaica

Eco Tourism In Jamaica

Dancenall vibes, Mountain views ana so much more

Jamaica is one of the most popular travel destinations in the Caribbean, and it’s easy to see why. The island is home to stunning beaches, vibrant reefs, and a diverse range of plant and animal life. Jamaica is an island full of natural beauty. The government has established over 200 protected areas on the land and marine parks along its coastlines for all to enjoy!
For an unforgettable Jamaican adventure, check out these eco-resorts and hotels! You’ll love your experience while helping to preserve the island’s natural beauty. What could be better than that?
Jamaica is known for its all-inclusive rather than eco-tourism efforts. Nonetheless, some excellent eco-resorts in Jamaica aim to protect and preserve the stunning nature Jamaica has been blessed with. While most eco-friendly resorts in Jamaica are on the higher price end, you’ll be able to find smaller, eco-friendly guesthouses scattered around the island, too.
Jamaica’s Eco-resorts are committed to protecting the environment and providing guests with an authentic Jamaican experience. These resorts use renewable energy sources, recycle waste, and use environmentally friendly building materials. They also support local communities by employing local staff and using locally sourced food and products.

 

Some of the best Eco-resorts in Jamaica include:

The Gambia4 1000x630 1
1

Montego Bay

between crystal clear waters, all-inclusive and real city life

2

Montego Bay

between crystal clear waters, all-inclusive and real city life

3

Montego Bay

between crystal clear waters, all-inclusive and real city life

4

Treasure Beach

5

Kingston

6

Kingston

Green Castle Eco-resort

Blue Mountains

Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Mountains, Green Castle eco-resort is a nature lover’s paradise. The extensive property spans 1,600 acres and features lush gardens, hiking trails, and a stunning waterfall.

But Green Castle is more than just a pretty setting – it’s also committed to sustainable tourism practices that help preserve the environment. The resort uses partial solar energy, harvests rainwater, and employs local staff.

Meals are prepared using fresh ingredients from the on-site farm or regional markets. And instead of traditional air conditioning, the resort relies on natural forms of cooling like ceiling fans and Cross Ventilation.
Green Castle was once the largest grower of orchids in Jamaica. Today, it is still a popular destination for eco-tourists.

The estate produces organic honey and coconut oil, and parts are still used for local farming. Visitors can enjoy walking or hiking within Green Castle’s 20 miles of rainforest and secluded coastal trails, explore old Colonial ruins, or visit the natural eco-beach. The Eco Resort even has its own 30ft waterfall! Remnants of the fascinating industries and Jamaican culture are still visible throughout the property. Green Castle Estate is a haven for nature lovers. From wild horses to insects and birds, there are many things that you can find at this estate!

 

Rating

(4/5)

Mint Santa Teresa – Adults only

Treasure Beach

Jake’s is an Eco-resort located in Treasure Beach. The resort is set on a beautiful stretch of beach and offers stunning Caribbean Sea views. Jake’s, Treasure Beach is committed to sustainable tourism and employs local staff. You can enjoy activities such as hiking, bird watching, and kayaking.
Jake’s history is deeply connected with the one of Treasure Beach. So it’s only natural that Jake’s aims to give back and conserve as much as possible. If you plan on staying at Jake’s, support their efforts by checking their Pack for a Purpose list.
From encouraging local community farming to solar panels and water reduction programs, Jake’s is at the forefront of eco-tourism in Jamaica.

Rating

(5/5)

Get Ready To Travel Jamaica

Is it still ok to book an AirBnb?!

Is it still ok to book an AirBnb?!

Overtourism has long become a buzzword. Cities, Islands, and entire countries are creaking under the weight of too many visitors. Locals’ lives change drastically as prices rise and an increasing amount of living space is allocated to accommodate tourists. Especially Airbnb has been the cause of uproar and anger for many locals suffering from over-tourism.

read more