The first thing you see when you arrive at Jumby Bay is the breathtaking beach in front of the resort called Jumby Bay Beach. It’s so perfect it almost seems surreal.
The sun kissed white sand is as soft as talcum powder and stretches as far as you can see. You feel like this is the kind of place you can lose yourself and then end up truly finding yourself. Because there are only 40 suites and 12 villas and a handful of private estate homes, the beach is never crowded and you often feel like you have this little slice of paradise all to yourself.
Once you pick your spot you never have to leave because you are pampered senseless with cool towels and water and other refreshments throughout the day. One of my favorite discoveries was Jumby Bay’s Sorbet Beach Butler. Yes, you heard me right, a butler just for sorbet! They stroll the beach every morning (usually around 10am) offering delicious homemade sorbet in a rainbow of flavors. Don’t miss trying the mango!
If you want to hop on your bicycle and peddle down the road another beautiful beach on Jumby Bay is Pasture Bay Beach. Smaller and more intimate this stunning stretch of sand has an isolated feel and is also home for a natural preserve for endangered Hawksbill Turtles, more on that coming up. No matter where you decide to do your beachcombing be sure to wear a hat and sunglasses and some strong sunscreen, if you’ve forgotten anything check out Jumby Bay’s gift shop, they’ll have anything you need!
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