Ecolodge
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Jamaican cooking
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EXPERIENCE NATURE AND CULTURE

Escape from the crowds and get immersed in local culture and community at Ambassabeth Ecolodge, hidden deep in the heart of the beautiful Rio Grande Valley.

 

Experience authentic rural life, trying your hand at traditional skills such as harvesting of crayfish or ‘janga’. Eat tasty Jamaican foods such as run-down, jerk, or maybe even wild boar if you are lucky. Hike the historic 500-year old Cunha Cunha Pass Trail following the footsteps of famous Maroon ancestors such as Queen Nanny. 

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HIGHLIGHTS OF STAYING WITH US
  • Accommodation in quaint mountain cabins

  • Hiking trails with a local guide

  • Following footsteps of famous Maroon warriors

  • Viewing endemic and rare birds

  • Visiting Giant Swallowtail Butterfly Sanctuary

  • Exploring waterfalls and historic sites

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NATURE HIKES

From our lodge nestled in the Rio Grande Valley between the Blue and John Crow Mountains, our local guides can arrange a day hike suited to your interest and level of difficulty. 

Friendly local guides share stories about how to use medicinal herbs and Maroon farming heritage. Knowledgeable about local biodiversity, they’ll teach you about and help you look for the Giant Swallowtail Butterfly and the Coney, two endemic species Ambassabeth actively works to conserve.