Discover Negril

Voted Best Luxury Hotel in the Caribbean TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Awards

Negril History

Known as the “Capital of Casual” for its come-as-you-are lifestyle, Negril was initially put on the tourism map by hippie “flower children” and budget backpackers in the 1960s.

Places To See

There’s no shortage of sightseeing while vacationing in Negril, Jamaica. From cultural landmarks to tropical jungles full of wildlife to expansive, white sand beaches for sunbathing, days in Negril.

Things To Do

A true sanctuary for those looking to experience the Caribbean lifestyle, Negril and Jamaica offer endless activities for all visitors looking for different types of experiences.

Local Dining

Looking to head out for the evening, the good news is this stunning corner of the island has more mouth-watering dining spots than the whole of Jamaica.

Events Calendar

Whether it’s a famous Jamaican reggae music festival, a local bike race, or sailing regatta, we invite you to come take part of the different events happening all year long in Negril.
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Discover Negril

Voted Best Luxury Hotel in the Caribbean TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Awards

Known for some of the island’s most beautiful beaches, the small, picturesque town of Negril, Jamaica is tucked away in a seemingly endless oasis of white beaches, limestone cliffs, and lush jungle mountains. Whether it’s swimming, diving, snorkeling, or sailing in the crystal clear turquoise water or simply relaxing on the pristine beaches, there’s something for everyone in Negril, Jamaica.

With less than 7,000 people in the entire town, visitors are bound to get lost in Negril’s charming and laidback Caribbean lifestyle. Negril’s famous Seven Mile Beach remains one of the favorites in the world for its onward expansion, with numerous inclusions on “World’s Best Beaches” lists. The town is also the originator of Jamaica’s “take it easy” vibe, inviting visitors to leave everything behind and enjoy the moment of where they are.

At Negril‘s West End part of town, visitors can enjoy expansive ocean views, and fresh seawater spray on their skin from the beautiful and famously known limestone cliffs that overlook the Caribbean Sea. The West End cliffs offer a literal jumping off point for numerous ocean activities with snorkeling, swimming, or kayaking to nearby sea caves for those looking for a tropical adventure. The dramatic cliffs also offer the perfect view point for sunsets and sunrises over the Caribbean Sea, providing no better way to begin and end a day in paradise.