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Welcome to Negril

Negril entices visitors with its stunning Seven Mile Beach, which actually only stretches across 4 miles of Jamaica’s westernmost shores. (But it’s gorgeous, so we’ll forgive the misnomer.) Guided half- and full-day tours let you experience the island’s tropics by foot, horseback, cruise, ATV, and zipline, with something for every level of adventurer. Tour the West End area of Negril’s steep cliffs to observe the dramatic, crashing turquoise waves and fiery Caribbean sunset. Take a food tour of Negril to get a taste of the region’s freshly caught fish, famous jerk chicken, and the Jamaican patty (a pastry filled with seasoned beef). Cruise the coast on a daytime tour from Rick’s Café, and sail on a luxury catamaran with an experienced crew, then snorkel among live coral reefs and schools of tropical fish as reggae music plays on board. Water sports’ lovers will want to book a jungle river tube tour to get on top of the crashing waters, or an ATV tour to ride through Sandy Bay, past farming villages and citrus groves. Add on a traditional Jamaican lunch to complete your day. Day trips from Negril lead you to dramatic YS Falls for swimming. Alternatively, grab a seat on a pontoon boat on the Black River; join a trek up Dunn’s River Falls; or tour Nine Mile, Bob Marley’s childhood home.

Top 10 attractions in Negril

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Blue Hole

Blue Hole

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The Blue Hole—alternatively known as the Cool Blue Hole, Secret Falls, or Island Gully—is a natural limestone sinkhole near Ocho Rios. A deep cavern within the tropical mountains of Jamaica, the Blue Hole gets its name from the deep azure hue of the water. Travelers visit to swim, cliff dive, and make their way through the lush rain forest to Secret Falls.More
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Rick's Café

Rick's Café

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High on the cliffs outside Negril, Rick’s Cafe is one of Jamaica’s most enduring institutions. Negril was a sleepy fishing village when Rick’s opened in 1974, and travelers and locals alike still make a pilgrimage to the restaurant and bar for strong cocktails, tasty Jamaican dishes, death-defying cliff divers, and sunset viewing parties.More
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Seven Mile Beach

Seven Mile Beach

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Swaying palm trees, gentle azure waves, and dazzling white sands make Negril’s Seven Mile Beach a postcard-pretty classic. With a nearly permanent spot on myriad “best beaches in the world” lists, you won’t be alone in paradise—but with miles of beach and nearly every water sport available, you’re sure to find what you’re looking for.More
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Black River

Black River

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The Black River is one of the longest rivers in Jamaica, flowing west for 33 miles (53 kilometers) until emptying into the Caribbean Sea near Negril. Travelers explore the river and its energetic YS Falls on inflatable tubes, canoes, or kayaks surrounded by lush green jungle and mangroves.More
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Blue Mountains

Blue Mountains

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The highest peak, the longest range, the best coffee—Jamaica’s Blue Mountains rightfully claim a handful of superlatives. The mountain range spans 28 miles (45 kilometers) across the rugged eastern portion of Jamaica and offers views of the island’s north and south coasts, and on a clear day, even all the way across the Caribbean Sea to Cuba.More
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Negril Cliffs

Negril Cliffs

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Even by themselves, the black hued cliffs outside of Negril are natural sites to behold. Rising 40 feet above turquoise waters and pockmarked by sea caves and coves, the cliffs form a defining natural icon for Jamaica’s far western coast. It isn’t just their beauty, however, that draws visitors here in droves. Rather, it’s the deep waters immediately offshore and the presence of cliffside beach bars—which all combine to form perfect conditions for throwing yourself off the edge. The cliff diving here on Negril’s cliffs is some of the world’s most famous, where locals and visitors regularly drop over 40 feet down to the sea. Professionals will often put on shows and perform daring flips and flops, and occasionally visitors will join in the show in a fit of Caribbean bravado. The cliffs are a popular spot for snorkeling tours to stop en route from the dive site, and are a short distance from the laidback guesthouses towards the southern end of Negril. After a long day of snorkeling, diving, suntanning, partying, laughing, and jumping, gather with dozens of other travelers to watch the fiery, west-facing sunset that illuminates the cliffs each night.More
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Negril Lighthouse

Negril Lighthouse

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Lighting up the westernmost point of Jamaica, Negril Lighthouse has been guiding ships away from the craggy promontory below since 1894. The landmark stands sentinel at 65 feet (20 meters), and is a popular attraction for travelers yearning for a panoramic bird’s-eye view of Negril’s gorgeous coastline and the endless sea.More
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Bubbling Spring Mineral Bath

Bubbling Spring Mineral Bath

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If you’ve got sore muscles from hiking and swimming all over Jamaica, or you simply want to relax with a long soak in warm mineral waters, Bubbling Spring Mineral Bath is purported to have healing properties. The multi-colored water park is built around a shallow spring in which the water has been found to contain high levels of soothing minerals in the water that may help relieve arthritis and back pains. It’s also a fun spot for young kids, with a water slide, volleyball and a go-kart track. Bubbling Spring also has a bar and restaurant on-site so you can grab food and drinks in between dips in the pool.More
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Bloody Bay

Bloody Bay

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Bloody Bay, a pretty beach to the north of Negril's Long Bay, was once a port for whalers who disemboweled their large catches ashore causing the surrounding waters to run red with whale blood.With those days far behind it, Bloody Bay led a quiet existence until the 1960s, when American hippies arrived in droves drawn by the area's relaxed ambience and marijuana scene.Indeed, many of today's visitors still come to Negril and its beaches for the same reasons, but instead of sleeping on the beach or in a local's house (as you may have done in the hippy era), you can now take your pick from one the hotels that line the beach.More
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Rhodes Hall Plantation

Rhodes Hall Plantation

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Rhodes Hall Plantation is a magnificent 18th-century estate and working fruit plantation on the coast near Negril. The beautiful and diverse terrains allow for myriad nature-based activities: explore the grounds on horseback, hike among thick banana groves and coconut palms, sunbathe on private beaches, and spot crocodiles in the mangroves.More

Top activities in Negril

Negril Combo: Zipline, Safari Ride, and ATV Off-Road Adventure
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Rastasafari Experience from Negril

Rastasafari Experience from Negril

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Negril Private Airport Transfer

Negril Private Airport Transfer

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ATV Outback Adventure From Negril
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ATV Outback Adventure From Negril

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