Explore

One of Strawberry Hill’s great glories is its remote, quiet, pristine mountaintop location, in all its natural splendors. Another is its surprising accessibility to all that Jamaica’s capital city, Kingston, has to offer in the way of art, music and culture. Explore our stunning surroundings, but do take the opportunity to cruise down the mountain’s famous 356 winding bends to see some inspiring Caribbean art or visit the tenement yard where the young Bob Marley once lived. Eat fried fish and festival (a local treat) on an uninhabited Caribbean cay. Go on – explore!

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Hiking Trails

Strawberry Hill offers an amazing range of nearby hiking opportunities. Swim under waterfalls or see the mists part before you as you walk through the clouds. It is a…

Guided Hikes

Our guide will lead you to hidden waterfalls, tiny villages that seem lost to time, and rugged climbs among wild fruit trees that only the fittest should try. Our…

Gardens

Meet another face of Jamaica on Strawberry Hill’s 26-acre property. Since the days of the native Taino or Arawak Indians (Taino arrowheads have been discovered on the property), humans…

Jamaica Beaches

Even lovers of our divine mountaintops might fancy a dip in the pure, azure Caribbean waters and some time in the sun on our beautiful, pale-sand beaches. Our side…

Art Galleries & Museums

The art galleries, museums and gardens of Jamaica offer a glimpse into the history, culture and vibe of Jamaican culture. The Arawaks, Spaniards, British, Chinese, Indians and Africans have…