Each morning in Jamaica is spent marveling the Caribbean! Campers who come to Jamaica usually have an interest in Marine Biology. It is our goal by the end of the trip that everyone is passionate about Marine wildlife and conserving it!
Our morning as are always spent at the beach. We have two beaches that we frequent during our 13 day adventure. One beach is our Private Property and has a calm snorkeling experience and gentle waves. Here, campers get up close to pocket reefs by snorkeling just inches above fish and coral! Here you are likely to see incredible fish diversity and the typical coral and invertebrates of the ocean.
Marine biology is in abundance on the island
Our oceans are home to the greatest diversity of plants and animals on earth. There's no better way to learn about the ocean than by jumping in! At our beach club, just a few miles away it’s hard to believe that you’ll see a completely different scene. At Cardiff Hall Beach, campers are snorkeling in the deeper waters. This allows them to see larger creatures like Nurse Sharks and Stingray! We’ve even witnessed Sea Turtles here!
If you prefer a more relaxed morning, we also like to change it up! You can fill your mornings by kayaking, wave jumping, explring the beach for turtle tracks, building sand castles, or relaxing under the shade of the trees.
Lastly, our goal is to maintain the integrity of our beaches. Seeing debris that gets washed up on the beaches in the Caribbean islands is a teaching and learning opportunity for our campers. While we are here, we want to help and make an impact! We walk the beaches and pick up trash and do our best to keep it from making its way back to the sea, helping to preserve the beaches for years to come for future visitors and campers.