An “endless” sea dotted only by local fishing boats provides the natural and distinctive setting that makes Bluefields Bay so special. From the 1500s, this incredibly protected anchorage has been prized and coveted—first by the Spanish, next by the British, and today by discerning tourists who visit this unspoiled authentic location. Bluefields Bay is close in terms of transportation time, but far from “home” in perspective. This gorgeous place is an ideal site to learn more about the rich Jamaican culture. As Peter Tosh, born on Bluefields Bay, sang “You don't need expensive furs, you don't need no diamonds and pearls, you don't need that witchcraft world, to make your dreams come true.” Instead Bluefields Bay and its natural beauty will do this for you.