Coyaba - a Jamaican paradise, coined by the first inhabitants of the island, the Arawak Indians. The landscape and design transcend one into a Garden of Eden like setting, where time was spent feasting and dancing.
The land was purchased within three days of an initial visit to Jamaica in 1990. The original property was a jungle with limited visibility. At thirty years of age, in order to capture the spectacular 360 views, the perfect climbing tree appeared. Coyaba has since been a life-long project, the home was completed in 2020.
Perched on one acre of private hilltop sanctuary, half a mile from the coast road. Unobstructed views of the Caribbean sea, mountain range and morass. The gardens boast avocado, breadfruit, ackee, papaya, banana and herbs. Tropical plants and flowers are in abundance, the property also featuring a beautiful fishpond.
Situated fifteen minutes outside Negrils famous seven mile white sand beaches and 1 hour from Montego Bay airport.