Five minutes from central Ocho Rios, Jamaica, on the hill overlooking the Bay. Take the A3 towards Fern Gully
and Kingston, and turn opposite St. John's Anglican Church
on Millford Road. Follow the signs for half a mile.
What will you find here?
The serenity of a genuine water garden, fed by streams that rise on the property... exquisite Jamaican Spanish architecture...
Spectacular Mahoe waterfalls... a Museum of Island History focusing on the forgotten Taino/Arawak culture of Jamaicas first inhabitants ... a Shop of island curios and crafts, rums and coffees... breathtaking views of the Bay of Ocho Rios... the shade of giant banyan and cedar trees... Blue Mountain Coffee served in a cut-stone courtyard... a natural aquarium filled with koi carp, mullet, snappers and turtles...
Any season of the year
Each visit to Coyaba is a new encounter with beauty, curiosity and nature. The seasons are marked by newly flowering plants and trees...The time of day by the reflection of sunlight on the water..take a guided tour through the garden, amidst meandering streams and ponds, climb Mahoe Falls and dip in the pool at the base of the Falls...a photographers dream, wander on your own, or dream away the hours to the roar of falling water.
Coyaba offers a professional planning service
for group functions and parties.
We organize weddings, gala dinners, cocktail parties, picnics and more.
Please feel free to contact us for more information regarding events and weddings.
Opening Hours: daily from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Open on Sunday and all public holidays.
For special lower rates for seniors, children and registered groups, please contact us. Coyaba is established and maintained for the enjoyment and education of all our visitors and for the people of Jamaica. We are licensed through JTB and members of AJAL (Association of Jamaica Attractions)
and the St. Ann Chamber of Commerce.