Newspaper, magazine and online reviews and news about Turtles' Nest Villa and Treasure Beach, Jamaica.
New York Times
March 9th 2023
Encountering Another Jamaica, by Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff
"Treasure Beach, a village in the southwest parish of St. Elizabeth. It’s probably the area in Jamaica best known for community tourism — low-impact travel that works in relative sync with the locals. Once a fishing village, over the past 30 years, Treasure Beach has become a beacon for tourists looking to travel off the beaten track.
"The stunning beaches were (an) obvious draw, along with a variety of well-priced, locally owned guest rooms and villas."
Conde Nast Traveler
January 10th 2023
An insider's guide to Black River, Jamaica, by Ruth C White.
"Named after the longest river in Jamaica and largest wetland in the English-speaking Caribbean, the seaside town is home to mangrove forests of crocodiles, waterfalls rife with hummingbirds, and waterfront seafood spots serving up classic Jamaican dishes.
"Twenty minutes east of Black River is the quiet fishing village and resort town of Treasure Beach, known for its ecotourism, sandy coves, and empty beaches."
12th February 2022
“The sky’s the limit for the endless travelling possibilities around the island. Jureidini gets cozy at an enchanting lookout at Turtles’ Nest Villa in Treasure Beach, St Elizabeth.... Some of her most memorable are snorkelling off the coast of Booby Cay in Negril, witnessing turtle nesting and hatching in Treasure Beach.”
Sunday Times Travel
27th January 2022
"Have Covid restrictions ruined paradise? No — if anything it’s a comfort to know that things are being taken seriously, even on this sunshine-filled island. The antigen tests and resilience corridors — which cover the key tourist areas including Montego Bay, Negril and Treasure Beach — mean that visitors stay in a protected bubble and islanders are kept as safe. It is absolutely the right place for us, and we are all incredibly grateful that we’ve been able to travel together as a family to such a fantastic country."
By Amanda Statham
Jamaica Observer Style
14th March 2021
Spot light on Callaloo Boutique, in Treasure Beach, Jamaica.
"All Callaloo clothing is sewn in Treasure Beach by seamstress Miss Terry. Last July the business was turned over to noted artist Claudia Jones and her sister Charlotte Wallace. Both are committed to work with the Treasure Beach creatives of Terry, Yvonne, Barbara and Dennis De Painter, while incorporating Jones' own artistic flair."
Clothing: Callaloo Jamaica
Location: Turtles Nest Villa
Why Jamaica is ready for tourists
2nd April 2021
"Through prepared health measures, investment in food sustainability and growing real estate, there are a number of ways Jamaica has been getting ready to continue to offer the warm hospitality it is known for." By Travel Daily News
Comfy Luxury in South Coast Jamaica
August 07, 2020
"The rugged yet pristine untouched nature of Jamaica’s south coast has always held a captivating beauty to me. Treasure Beach in St. Elizabeth is probably one of its most charming towns. Tucked in a secluded corner of Treasure Beach is Turtles’ Nest Villa – a haven with the most amazing beach views." By Deirdre In Wonderland.
Turtles' Nest in the Jamaica Gleaner!
March 29th, 2020
Turtles' Nest Villa features in the Sunday Gleaner's "Dream House" column! “It is in an area that appears to be in the midst of a wilderness, away from the sights and sounds of humankind. But, there the building stands, ready to safeguard and entertain you.” By Barry Rattray.
Luxury Villa in Treasure Beach Review
August 15, 2020
"Turtles' Nest villa should be your next staycation destination. The villa’s interiors exude tropical chic. The combinations of high ceilings and fold-away glass doors make the indoors feel like an extension of the outdoors. The interior colour scheme of white, blue and turquoise picks up the hues of the shore from outside." By travel writer SueTanya McChorgh.
A Gem on Treasure Beach Jamaica
August 18, 2019