What are We Doing to Keep You Safe During Your Toby’s Resort Vacation?

As we welcome you back to Toby’s Resort we want to ensure your safety while traveling. When preparing for your travels to Jamaica please visit Travel Jamaica Travel Authorization page. As we opened back up in July we ensured that Toby’s Resort has been TPDCo. COVID-19 certified by the Jamaican Tourism Product and Development Co (TPDCo).

What does TPDCo Covid Certified mean?

Being TPDCo COVID certified means that we have met all the requirement laid out by the Jamaican Ministry of Health for the protection of our guests and staff to ensure that you have the best experience in Jamaica.

What Measure has Toby’s Taken to Ensure Your Safety?

To ensure your safety, we have placed signs with reminders of mask wearing, physical distancing, mandatory temperature checking and hand sanitation requirements. Toby’s has also installed hand sanitizer units around the property and the restaurant and pool areas have been adjusted to accommodate social and physical distancing protocols.

What about the Toby’s staff?

The Toby’s Resort staff are required to wear a mask and sanitize their hands frequently to ensure your safety and ours.

How are our rooms and public spaces being maintained and cleaned for your arrival?

To maintain COVID safety health standards, our fantastic team of house keepers are extra vigilante with cleaning and sanitation off all surfaces as each room is thoroughly sanitized every day. After the departure of each guest, rooms are fully disinfected, the air conditioning unit filters are carefully cleaned and the room is given a 3 day break before the arrival of the next guest.

If you have any more questions do not hesitate to contact us through our contact form.

We hope to see you soon.

2020 CARICS Fine Arts International Festival

Jamaica is known for its beautiful beaches, good food and music. On Saturday, March 14th, 2020 at 10:30 AM, the Cachet Caribbean Community Society (CARICS) is showcasing more artistic talent from both local and international artists at the CARICS International Fine Arts Festival. The festival is being held at the Spanish Court Hotel Conference & Event Center. It is perfect for art lovers and enthusiasts to mingle with the artists and admire their beautiful artwork. The festival will host a mix of both visual and performing artists which will capture your attention and make keep you coming back for more.

The CARICS International Fine Arts Festival is hosted by CARICS. CARICS is a revolving fund that aims to foster socioeconomic development of marginalized citizens through education, agriculturE, arts and other such programs and projects.

CARICS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CaricsF

CARICS International Festival Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/carics.net/

Toby’s Resort Live Jazz Night Feat. Joseph Leighton and David Lyttle on Feb 9th, 2020

At 7pm on February 9th, 2020 guitarist Joseph Leighton and his mentor, David Lyttle, will be performing at Toby’s Resort. Guitarist Joseph Leighton has been hailed as one of Ireland’s brightest new jazz talents. Now 22 years old, he and David have played over 60 dates in the Middle East, South East Asia, Ireland and are now bringing their performance to Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Joseph Leighton comes to Jamaica to trace his paternal Jamaican roots but as a teenager in Derry, Ireland he was initially a teenage rock prodigy. His interest in jazz was sparked after a meeting with David Lyttle, a MOBO nominated drummer. Following awards from Moving On Music and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, he has been under the tutelage of guitar icons such as Jesse van Ruller, Mike Walker and Peter Bernstein. In 2016, Joseph travelled to Canada to attend the Banff Centre’s Workshop in Jazz and Creative Music and was under the direction of Vijay Iyer.

The person who inspired Joseph down this jazz guitar path, David Lyttle, has been both a mentor and international tour partner. In the past year, in addition to his touring with Joseph, he has performed in China, North America, Holland, Spain, the Middle East, SE Asia and Switzerland. David is a MOBO Award nominated drummer and has been described by the Independent as ‘representing the best in jazz coming out of Ireland’. David being a prominent jazz drummer has collaborated with a long list of jazz visionaries from Kurt Rosenwinkel to Joe Lovano. In 2017 David brought the wonderful music of jazz to new audiences in the United States in his coast-to-coast residency performing for cowboys, bikers and UFO tourists, and more recently on his extensive Irish tour of small towns, villages and islands.

Admission: $1000JA with a complementary drink.

Miss Global International 2020 Visits Jamaica

Toby’s Resort in January of 2020 had the pleasure of welcoming Alice, the current reigning Miss Global International, to stay at our resort during her mission trip in Jamaica.

For the past 3 years, Alice has lead a creative yet powerful charity project in Canada, where she collects donations by dancing on the streets of Toronto. To date, she has raised over one million Jamaican dollars for children in need, just from the pocket change of strangers walking by.

On her trip to Jamaica, Alice has spent time at the local SOS Children’s Village in Barett Town, St. James and performed at a charity concert to raise further funds towards the charity. Stay tuned to see more updates from Alice! On her Instagram and Miss Global International Instagram.

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Chukka-Hanover Charities Annual Polo Event 2020

The Chukka Foundation and Hanover Charities are excited to be hosting their signature Polo Charity Event on Sunday, 16th February 2020 at 2 p.m. at the Chukka Sandy Bay Polo Field in Hanover. The organizers are delighted to be hosting the Newport RI International Polo Team again this year alongside Jamaica’s finest talented polo players.

The Polo Charity Event will be a social affair with a delicious high tea and drinks, thrilling polo, games, auctioning, lively dancing with DJ Murdoch. The traditional hat competition will be an enjoyable part of the afternoon activities. This evening of fun will be dedicated to continuing the Chukka Foundation and Hanover Charities’ philanthropic missions; financing their scholarships and community projects throughout Western Jamaica.

The Polo Event’s origins are based in a partnership between Hanover Charities and Chukka Foundation to create a one of a kind social event in Hanover that would greatly impact the lives of Jamaicans. Hanover Charities portion of the proceeds provides scholarships for a number of youth in Hanover to pursue a tertiary education, as well as other community projects throughout the parish.The Chukka Foundation’s portion goes towards assisting schools and children with school supplies and equipment, community projects, and scholarships. The charity polo event is expected to bring together locals and visitors for an exciting family day of play, but more importantly as a chance to give back.

The Polo Charity Event has been endorsed by The Jamaica Tourist Board and other sponsors – Toby Inn included and is Jamaica’s largest and most prestigious polo event. It has gained positive local publicity and, with the Rhode Island Newport Polo Team participating this year, will receive an international audience to broaden the charities and sponsors reach.

Tickets are available at the Chukka Corporate Office (Unit 2, Montego Freeport Shopping Centre), Fontana Pharmacy in Montego Bay, Round Hill Hotel & Villas, and The Tryall Club at US$150.00 per person (inclusive of an elegant and hearty high tea and bar); and for children 3-12 years of age at US$50.00 per child.

Tailgate tickets will be sold at the gate for J$3,000 per person. Children under 12 years of age can join in the fun for free. Additional food and drinks will be available for purchase at the event.

The Chukka Foundation and Hanover Charities are greatly appreciative for the support they have received in making this year’s fundraiser a great success!

Chukka Foundation is dedicated to achieving lasting, positive changes to the lives of children, youth and families, including our Chukka families, in their local communities. Empowering through education and scholarships; improving lives and offering philanthropic support; promoting responsible and compassionate care towards animal welfare.

Hanover Charities is the largest non-profit, 501c3 organization in Western Jamaica. HC since its inception has invested millions of US$ to the parish of Hanover to further educational, health and welfare projects and has improved the lives of many.

Contact Information


Sheona Muschett | Kadeisha Moodie

876.509.0933 – foundation@chukka.com

876.495.7554  – admin@hanovercharities.com

Hanover Charities Sugar Cane Ball 2020

For over 60 years Hanover Charities has succeeded in their effort to create a healthier, happier and better educated future for their friends and neighbors in Hanover Parish. The Annual Sugar Cane Ball will be held at Round Hill, in Montego Bay, Jamaica on February 15, 2020 at 7 PM. The proceeds from this event and Chukka-Hanover Charities 2020 Polo Event will contribute Hanover Charities funds in an effort for them to continue to their mission to improve the lives of the people and community of Hanover.

Hanover Charities has been serving the needy in our parish for over 60 years. We offer food for the hungry, help for schools, libraries, health facilities, and assistance to deserving Hanoverian students through the Morris-Watkins Scholarship.  For more information, please visit www.hanovercharities.com

Icyline Wallace Cancer Foundation Walkathon

The Icyline Wallace Cancer Foundation will be having it’s 9th annual Walkathon on October 20th, 2019 in Montego Bay.  We will walk from Sam Sharpe Square to the Airport and back to the Square. 
Along with our Sponsors such as Toby’s Resort, we walk to support all those who are cancer survivors, to remember those that we have lost and to find a cure.
Come and walk with us.  Registration is at 6:30 AM and the walk starts at 7:00 AM.