Negril Jamaica has attractions to suit every desire. Both natural and man made for adults and the more family oriented. Below you will find a selection of some of the best Jamaica has to offer.
Rafting on the Martha Brae is the island’s #1 rafting attraction. Before embarking on the tour, guests can also take a stroll through “Miss Martha’s Herb Garden”, a presentation of Jamaica’s herbs famous for their medicinal and healing properties.
The Appleton Estate Rum Tour offers unique insight into a part of Jamaica's History and rich complex culture. The estate is home to the legendary Appleton Distillary, rum makers since 1749. Located in the picturesque Nassau Valley in St. Elizabeth, on Jamaica's South Coast.
Jamaica Giants- where art meets nature! Visit the land of Giants-Jamaica's #1 Sculpture Park, a beautiful nature retreat with designated 'chill out' areas for extra relaxation and time to take in the breathtaking views, seeing over 35 life size permanent stone artworks on a guided tour is experience to be treasured.
There is a strip of road known as Bamboo Avenue. Located between Sav and Santa Cruz, this area has large Jamaican bamboo that form a covering over the roadway! It is a sight to behold!
A great place to explore remote mangrove swamps and to catch a glimpse of native species such as crocodiles living in their natural habitats.
On June 7th, 1692 at 11:43am, the great earthquake struck Port Royal, sinking two thirds of of the town, with Fort Charles being the only fort still standing. It is worth a visit to Kingston!
Rick's Cafe was the first public bar and restaurant of its type on the West End Cliffs, offering an alternative to Negril's majestic seven mile beach. From the beginning, Rick's Cafe boasted an unrivaled view of the sunset from its naturally formed cliffs. Over the years, visitors and locals alike have designated Rick's Cafe as Negril's premier gathering spot and our sunsets have become a Jamaican tradition.
The One Love Drive Bar Crawl keeps on rolling! Three times each week, the Pub Crawl along the West End introduces people to bars and restaurants that they may not be on their "must do" list. On Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays Lenbert takes visitors from all over Negril on a tour of at least 6 bars along One Love Drive of Negril's West End. The bus will pick you up at your hotel in the afternoon between 2 and 3pm and drop back off after sunset and the party ends. As always, the Bar Crawl tour is free, but the driver, Lenbert Williams, does accept tips. To join in on the fun, contact Lenbert at email@example.com or call him at 876-874 6631.
Negril Hills Golf Club welcomes all to their outstanding Caribbean Golf Club. The topography of this course enables them to provide all their patrons with the challenge, natural beauty and excellence of hospitality, which characterize the great golf resorts of the world. This 18-hole par 72 course measuring 6,333 yards is distinguished by gently undulating fairways, elevated tees and greens, picturesque water hazards and lush tropical vegetation. A tennis court, pro shop, and intimate club house with its full service restaurant and dining facilities compliments the ambiance of play and relaxation for golfers and non-golfers alike.