Tapioca Village Resort is truly Jamaican

by Leroy
(US)


Greetings One and ALL,


I had a chance to visit Tapioca Village this past June (2014) and was immensely impressed.

The welcome was warm and so Jamaican, from the heart, such a felling that makes you feel like family, immediately!

I felt like I had know these people all my life, and the food, FINGER LICKING!!!!!!TOP SHELF!!!!!

My only regret is that I was unable to spend more time there. So put it pan yu list if you a go a Jamaica!!!!

Jah Bless
Leroy

Wellesley's Note

Hi Leroy, I am so happy to hear about your trip to Tapioca Retreat in St. Mary, Jamaica.

We rarely get feedback and reviews from that side of the island so I welcome this.

Outside of that though, I must agree with you, it is the 'real Jamaican' experience!

I have been there a few times, individual and with my family, and loved it.

In fact, Mr. Sinclair, the proprietor, and I are good buddies now :-)

I created a review of the attraction a year or so ago here but I understand that more improvements were also done.

To me, the difference they bring is really in the 'real Jamaican' experience you get - the food, the setting, and the family atmosphere; plus it is right in countryside - the hills of St. Mary!

Definitely recommended!

For those looking to read more or contact Tapioca, they can do so here.

Visitors' comments are welcome.

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Oct 15, 2014
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Tapioca Village Retreat in St. Mary, Jamaica NEW
by: Anonymous

I love it!. The welcome has always been warm from the owners. Gounds are beautifully kept and am amazed at the amount of work Mr. Sinclair, family and community have put in to make this relaxing vacation spot so environmentally friendly, natural, and peaceful. Perfect spot to de-stress. The food...!!! Jamaican to the core, catering to the palates of all types. Let's see, how many times Have I visited in 2014...? 1,2,3,4,5,6..... and the counting continues...

Sep 10, 2014
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great getaway in Jamaica (Tapioca Village Retreat)
by: johnnie b goode

Great place i got to spend 2 weeks here and loved it. Within 5 mins i had staff knocking me down fresh coconuts and spider pears.

Great food and great area to explore. All the locals were really nice and it was a good getaway from busy Toronto .

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