Fun in the Sun, Play on Land,
Splash in the Sea
The four-acre Lagoon, the centerpiece of GoldenEye, was created when Oracabessa was a banana port. Today it forms a peaceful ring around Santa Maria Island and extends under the GoldenEye bridge and into the Bay. GoldenEye’s main beach, Low Cay, is 500 feet of smooth sand that’s ideal for sunning, relaxing and swimming. Our fun, fitness-focused experiences include lagoon rafting, stand-up paddleboarding and core balance and strength instruction. Guests can also mountain bike to Firefly, play tennis, or simply jog along the coast. Other uniquely inspirational and experiential activities are available, including sunset yoga, and coral restoration.
Water Sports at GoldenEye
Kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, snorkeling, fresh
and saltwater pool, lagoon and sea swimming, jet skiing.
For all our water activities visit Wata Sport Beach. Located
just below the Gazebo it is headquarters where you'll find
our water sports guides and instructors who will arrange
everything for you.
Flood lit tennis court for day or night play.
Tennis Pro available upon request.
Stabilize the body’s core with exercises to strengthen the abs, lower back, and gluteal muscles. The practical and educational workout is part of the “FieldSpa FieldWork” series.
Team Morning Run
The FieldSpa Team’s morning run is a favorite daily activity, staffed by friendly and enthusiastic local runners proud of Jamaica’s sport heritage. A low elevation loop along the coast is one of several routes. All fitness levels welcome.
Morning Fishing Trip
Join one of the local Oracabessa Bay fishermen for their morning catch. Pull traps set by fishermen or drop a line yourself and bring your catch back to have it cooked by our chef at GoldenEye.
Improve circulation and restore energy while watching the sunset. Fundamental yoga poses are practiced in all sessions, allowing beginner through advanced students to deepen their practices.
GoldenEye Glass Bottom Boat
Take a ride on our glass bottom boat to check out over 700 species of fish in Oracabessa Bay.
Jamaica has more than 255 bird species, of which 26 species and 21 subspecies are endemic to the island. Click here to view a PDF of birds of Jamaica!
GoldenEye’s garden is dense with exotic trees and numerous tropical fruits.
There are plenty of backgammon fans at GoldenEye. If you need a board, just ask at the front desk.