Helping to keep Jamaica beautiful for generations to come
Our most valuable and prized asset is our natural environment and Tryall is unique in that it offers 2,200 acres of land that is the natural habitat for flora and fauna – much of which is indigenous to Jamaica. We are home to over 33 species of non-fruiting tree including the very rare grey birch and over 12 species of fruit tree. Many of these specimens are of great maturity such as the silk cotton trees, guango and lignum vitae.
Our forests, valleys and plains are in turn home to 60 species of Jamaican and Caribbean endemic birds and during the period November to April, some 16 migratory birds choose Tryall as their pausing point.
We have taken steps to protect our natural environment by gaining Green Globe Gold certification which is an endorsement of our environmental practices and efforts to achieve sustainability.
Green Globe is an international organization that audits and inspects across the world, critically assessing energy use, waste management and water conservation. It also takes into account cultural, social and community practices, making certification relevant to the people of Jamaica as well as the visitors to Tryall.
Our commitment is ongoing. Certificates are awarded every two years, and to maintain our status we constantly improve our practices whilst meeting the same exacting standards as before.
We are proud of what we have achieved at Tryall both for the environment and for our guests.