Hotels in Negril

Things to do in Negril Jamaica

Visit the Negril Seven Mile Beach---Click Here for Booking and Reservation Form

For years, Negril's beach has been rated as one of the top ten beaches in the world by many travel magazines. The north end of the beach is home to the large, all-inclusive resorts, and to the south are the smaller, family-run hotels. This combination gives the Negril area a large variety of rooms, services and prices. South of downtown Negril is West End Road, known as the cliff area, which is lined with resorts that offer more privacy. These areas offer easy access to waters good for snorkeling and diving, with jumping points reaching more than 40 feet (12 m) high. Rick's Cafe is a place to watch the cliff jumpers. The Negril tour is a highlight of some of the best spots and attractions. This Tour includes: a visit to the Rick's Cafe, Lay on the beach at the Margarita Ville, Shopping and the Lighthouse West end. with your driver. Go to the link below for pricing.

Take a view of Negril Seven Mile Beach

The Rick's Cafe West End Negril--Click Here for Booking and Reservation Form

Rick's Cafe is known world wide as the place to go when you're in Negril Jamaica because of the location, its live reggae music. Rick's Cafe have divers present most times, They have great bar, its relaxing pool and its 10', 20' and 40' cliff diving spots for its more adventurous patrons. Stop in and enjoy yourself here anytime from noon on every day of the week.A trip to Negril without a stop at rick's cafe is something you will always love and enjoy.This is because anyone who hears about your trip there will automatically ask you if you ever being to Rick's and if you say no, they'll just shake their head at the unique fun they know you missed. Most of Negril's younger tourists who like to grab a suntan, drink, flirt and party will spend a lot of their time at Rick's Cafe up in the cliffs or down on Negril's 7 mile beach at Jimmy Buffet's Margaritaville. Both of these places offer their guests a really great time! Take a view of Rick's Cafe Negril

Visit The Negril Light House---Click Here for Booking and Reservation Form

Negril Lighthouse was built in 1894 1.5 miles (2.4 km) south south east of the westernmost tip of the island by the French Company Bubbler & Bernard. It is one of the earliest concrete lighthouses. Its foundation is a tank 14 feet (4.3 m) deep, which is kept filled with water to keep the 20-metre (66 ft) (27 metres (89 ft) according to Rowlett) reinforced concrete tower balanced and secured in the event of an earthquake. The tower is topped with a lantern and gallery. An automatic white light 30 m (100 feet) above sea level flashes every two seconds. The light was operated by gas initially, switching to acetylene in 1956 and solar energy in 1985. Several adjacent one-story frame keeper's houses are staffed.The site is a well-known attraction of the Negril area.

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