Jumby Bay offers activities to estate home guests

The Lazy Lizard estate at Jumby Bay.
The Lazy Lizard estate at Jumby Bay.

Antigua's Jumby Bay has launched a collection of curated experiences for guests staying in four of the resort's 56 beachfront estate homes.

The estate homes are separate from the 40 guest rooms and suites at the Rosewood private island resort.

Guests staying at the seven-bedroom Pure Turquoise estate home will have access to croquet on the home's lawn and beach, learn how to play Caribbean music with a steel pan, take part in a West Indies spice night party and cook in a private class with a local chef.

The Family Adventure experience at the five-bedroom Sandpiper Beach house includes a tour of English Harbour and Nelson's Dockyard, a swim with stingrays, movie night on the beach and a family photo shoot.

The six-bedroom La Casa estate home offers guests a snorkel excursion on the Yennecot yacht, a turtle walk with the Jumby Bay Hawksbill turtle researchers, a zipline adventure and a private dinner on the beach.

Guests at the six-bedroom Lazy Lizard will have access to daily yoga, cooking classes and an art workshop with a local Antiguan artist.

The curated experiences vary in price, depending upon time of year and availability. The experiences will be expanded to include more estate homes in the coming months, Jumby Bay said.


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