Treasure Beach, located on Jamaica’s South Coast, is the home of community tourism in Jamaica, where visitors and residents mix freely. The ideal place for a relaxing vacation, Treasure Beach, in the parish of St. Elizabeth, is flanked by the Santa Cruz Mountains and the Caribbean Sea. For visitors from abroad, Treasure Beach is about a two and a half hour drive from the Donald Sangster international airport in Montego Bay or three hours from the Norman Manley international airport in Kingston.
The Treasure Beach Bread Basket Festival - a smorgasbord of cultural, culinary, musical, literary and visual art events will be offered at various locations, May 27, 28, 29, 2011 Jamaicans from all over the country and visitors from abroad are expected to flock to the area to enjoy the feast of words, music, food and the great vibes. The Festival includes the Two Seasons Talking Trees Literary Fiesta, to be held on the grounds of Two Seasons Guest House on Saturday, May 28.
Treasure Beach Jazz Escape will be held on Saturday June 18, on the grounds of Two Seasons Guest House, featuring local and international artistes. Come for Jazz, stay for Father's day!
With Treasure Beach as a base, you can explore many attractions on the South Coast of Jamaica, including Black River and the Black River Safari - a boat ride down Jamaica’s longest navigable river, where you will see crocodiles, mangrove trees, and birds.