Places To See
Whether you’re coming to Jamaica for cultural, adventure or simply relax you’ve come to the right place. With the stunning Negril Cliffs just footsteps from your suite or villa, you’ll find yourself in easy reach of some of the most beautiful natural sights in the country, as well as a host of historical and cultural must-sees.
Beaches & OCeans
Half Moon Beach
Located just 20 minutes away from Negril is Half Moon Beach, a private and quiet beach that offers sun and beach activities, and some of the island’s most beautiful and undisturbed coral reefs.
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Seven Mile Beach
Picture-perfect white sand beaches are what have made Negril famous among visitors. The famed Seven Mile Beach located in the heart of Negril has been drawing visitors from all over the world for more than 30-years, and its beauty continues to remain. A constant fixture on many “Must-Visit Beach” lists, makes no trip to Negril complete without at least a day at this stunning location that begins at Bloody Bay and running north towards Long Bay all the way to the Negril Cliffs.
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Historical & Cultural Sites
The Negril Lighthouse is a must-see for any visitors on any vacation to Jamaica. Built in 1894, visitors can climb the 103 stairs to the top and experience some of the best views of the Caribbean.
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One of the most popular attractions in Jamaica is Rose Hall Great House, a former sugar plantation owned by Annie Parmer that overlooks the Caribbean Sea. A cruel slave owner during her time, the story goes that Annie’s ghost still haunts Rose Hall and can sometimes be felt while walking the halls of the old mansion.
Peter Tosh’s monument
One of the most influential musicians for reggae music, Peter Tosh’s monument is a must-visit and hidden treasure for reggae music lovers. More than just a monument, learn about the history of reggae and the influence that Peter Tosh had on expanding the genre to the rest of the world. Located in Savanna-la-Mar is the unfinished Savanna-la-Mar Fort that was originally built by the English colonialists and now forms a local swimming hole and busy daily market with vegetables, fish, and handmade crafts.
For rum imbibers, tours of Appleton Estate will be a welcomed treat. Learn about the history of the estate, how rum is made and aged, and finish the tour with a sampling of rum, Jamaica’s drink of choice.
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Eco-tourism & NAture
For eco-tourism enthusiasts, Mayfield Falls is a highlight. Visitors can explore the two beautiful waterfalls, immerse themselves in 44 the mineral pools, and relax in the 21 natural hot springs surrounded by lush jungle.
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Dunns River Falls
Dunns River Falls is one of Jamaica’s national pride and treasures. With waterfalls that expand across more than 600 feet, it’s one of the most visited destinations on the island. Climbing the falls and relaxing in the many pools and lagoons is highly recommended for all visitors.
Another perfect day trip for nature-enthusiasts is YS Falls, located near Negril. The park offers seven different waterfalls that cascade into calm and serene natural pools. While there, visitors can swing 40-feet above the waterfalls into the jungle on zip lines.
If swimming with wildlife sounds more appealing, Dolphin Cove is the place for you. A natural cove surrounded by five acres of tropical rainforest, visitors have the opportunity to swim and interact with Jamaican dolphins and other marine life, including sharks.
Barney’s Hummingbird Garden
For bird lovers, Barney’s Hummingbird Garden is a must-visit. Located in Negril, this special sanctuary for delicate hummingbirds allows visitors to watch and feed them in a private garden surrounded by exotic trees, plants, and flowers.
The Negril Cliffs have been attracting visitors and cliff divers for years. Watch adventure enthusiasts show off as they flip and tumble into the crystal clear blue ocean, or try diving off of some of the smaller cliffs.
The Royal Palm Reserve
Located in Negril is The Royal Palm Reserve, another must-do excursion for all nature lovers. One of the biggest eco-attractions for visitors in Jamaica, the reserve sits on 300-acres to conserve and protect the Negril Great morass along with the local flora and fauna. Visitors can view some of the 114 different plant species and the 300 different animal and bird species.
Blue Hole Mineral Spring
For a more off-the-beaten-path experience, the Blue Hole Mineral Spring remains a favorite hidden gem for Jamaican visitors. Just a 20-minute drive from Negril, discover hidden crevices, cliff jumping, and swimming within this hidden mineral pool.
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