Situated in the settlement of Hope Bay is a beach of the same name. Despite being accessible right off a main coastal road, the beach remains relatively uncrowded, allowing visitors who want a quiet day at the beach to enjoy just that.
Situated in Hope Bay, this beach is on the East edge of Jamaica. You might want to drop by whether or not you are staying in the vicinity. Those of you who might prefer a beach that's a little less crowded, but still fun and active, may find that Hope Bay is just the right spot. It's slightly off the beaten path, but it's not dead and empty either.
Hope Bay can be accessed right off A4, where a patch of sand flanked by trees just before the beach is available for parking.
Hope Bay is lined with tropical greenery which help to block out the cars driving by on the road that backs the beach. The sand is almost grey and leads to waters of a deep blue hue.
Please note that public restrooms are not available, though you may be able to use the facilities at a nearby business.
If you tend to choose coasts which provide a calm place to escape, then you may want to try Hope Bay; it's hidden away within a less urbanized part of the region.
Positioned on Jamaica's East coast; the area hosts attractions such as, which is eight miles to the east.
Some may think that beaches and museums are an odd combination, but some visitors find that museums like Bob Marley Museum (situated 19 miles away) offer rare insight into Caribbean life and a whole new perspective of Jamaica.
Beaches are a great attraction to visit, but there's plenty else to see during your stay. The following chart includes some other attractions close-by.
|Constant Spring Golf Club||Golf Course||17.8||SW||Jamaica|
Port Antonio is nearby and is in an area with plenty of worthwhile sites, while still remaining less developed and congested as some other places. From Hope Bay, Port Antonio is a little ways off, maybe seven and a half miles (12 and a half kilometers) away.
The number of other vacationers sharing this coastline can vary widely, it depends on several things: the season, the weather, even how many of the nearby hotel rooms have been booked. The area does not have very many large hotels, but it can attract guests staying at smaller lodgings in the area.
You'll find a good amount of places to stay within driving distance. A list of the closest possibilities can be viewed in the following list.
|Paradise Inn Resort||3.5||E||Resort|
|By the Sea||4.2||E||B & B|
|San San Tropez||6.7||E||Hotel|
You might not find any places to eat in the vicinity of this coastal destination, so you might want to pack a lunch if you want to fully enjoy your time spent at the beach.
Jamaica has many nice beaches, and Hope Bay is just one option.
If the exciting vibe at Hope Bay has you wanting more of the same, think about also visiting Navy Island, a beach with a similar ambiance. You'll find it seven and a half miles to the east. Navy Island's beaches, a short boat ride away from Port Antonio, are closed to the public temporarily. Yet, this beach is a great haven for visitors who wish the remain somewhat secluded yet have convenient amenities at hand for added comfort. The boat shuttle runs all night and day, beautiful beaches and prime snorkeling line the shores, and a few restaurants and hotels are available for guests of the island. If you were hoping to find a tranquil beach scene with few crowds, you might enjoy Orange Bay Beach West. It is located a short taxi ride away.
Travelers may also want to consider Orange Bay Beach East, located reasonably close-by, so a short ride in a taxi is an easy option.
Jamaica has some unforgettable natural wonders to explore, and dropping by Hope Bay is just one way to appreciate a pretty afternoon.
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