“The sea is emotion incarnate. It loves, hates, and weeps. It defies all attempts to capture it with words and rejects all shackles. No matter what you say about it, there is always that which you can't.”
― Christopher Paolini, Eragon
My friend Rosheena and I decided to a visit to Bamboo Beach Club Beach in Prospect St Ann. I was really excited because I don’t visit beaches as much as I visit waterfalls. I have done an extensive research before my trip to St Ann but I didn’t found much. I realised that it was more of a tourist destination.
I didn’t mind because the pictures I’ve seen of the beach got me excited to visit St Ann for the millionth time. We got on an Ocho Rios bus from Down Town Kingston which cost $500.00 JMD. Upon reaching Ocho we took an Oracabessa taxi in the bus park which cost a $100.00 JMD which left us right at the foot of our destination.
We paid 1,200.00 JMD to enter the beach which is a private beach. A bar, restaurant, lounge chairs and bathrooms are present on the beach.
Before embracing all the beauty and peacefulness Bamboo beach club had to offer I had to take a billion photos. Well that me, creating memories that will last a life time.
The Real Jamaican cultural vibe will take you over as dancers and reggae drummers entertain you right on the sand.
As the DJ plays a mixture of sweet reggae music vibrant soca and R&B. I went for a swim and dip my toes in the sand.
St Ann is full of hidden gems. If someone inform you that Ocho Rios is called Ocho by the locals, slam them with a more enchanting fact like there is a fabulous beach call Bamboo Beach Club located in this said parish. They will be so astonish. You are welcome.
Bamboo Beach Club Beach is a spread of white sand beach, in its untouched form surrounded by an abundant of greenery and blue sky.
The view of the ocean was stunning which makes the beach tranquil and joyful. The clear green-blue water was Rejuvenating. I had a blast. Continue scrolling for most pictures of this amazing beach.
Have you ever been to Bamboo Beach club? How was your experience? If you haven’t been, would you go after readinf this blog post? I would love to hear you thoughts. Share!