Paddleboarding at Mutiny Beach Cottage, Jamaica

Paddleboarding at Mutiny Beach Cottage, Jamaica
Mutiny Beach Cottage, Jamaica - Kiteboarding / Kitesurfing / Paddleboarding
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To Book Call: Kimberley Jaeger (978) 468-9696


A self-catering cottage on a pristine private beach.

Mutiny is a 4 bedroom cottage with it's own kitchen, dining room and living room located on Jamaica's beautiful North Coast. It is about 5 minutes drive from the annual Jazz and Blues Festival held in Trelawny, 10 minutes drive from Falmouth, about 40 minutes drive from Montego Bay, and about 1 hour's drive from Ocho Rios.

The vibe at Mutiny is a very laid back one, we want you to feel like a beach bum. Waste your days sunning yourself, and wash off your worries in the clear Caribbean water. If you feel like some exercise, wake up early and go snorkelling at the reef at the end of the bay, or try out a wind/kite surfing lesson at the property next door. If you can't swim but would still like to see the reef, we can get Alfred to take you out on his fishing errrr "boat" - 6am departure! Don't forget you can also work up a sweat on the tennis court - no need to bring balls or racquets since we have a few spare ones.

General Information
Included: en-suite room which sleeps 2, hot water, AC, fans, pool, TV, washing machine, tennis court, outdoor BBQ, cook.

Optional: maid, internet, local mobile phone.

Airport pick-up can be arranged if requested but will attract a separate cost.


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Paddleboarding is a surface water sport in which participants are propelled by a swimming motion using their arms while lying or kneeling on a paddleboard or surfboard in the ocean. This article refers to traditional prone or kneeling paddleboarding. A derivative of paddleboarding is stand up paddle surfing and stand up paddleboarding. Paddleboarding is usually performed in the open ocean, with the participant paddling and surfing unbroken swells to cross between islands or journey from one coastal area to another. Champion paddlers can stroke for hours and a twenty-mile race is only a warm-up for a well-trained waterman.

Kiteboarding, Kitesurfing, Paddleboarding, paddle board, scuba diving, snorkeling, underwater looking at fish,


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