Most visitors are drawn to Negrilís Seven Mile Beach which offers some of the best snorkeling, at the rocky West End, and scuba diving in Jamaica. Opening onto a tranquil lagoon protected by a coral reef, the beach here is set against a backdrop of sea grapes and coconut palms. more...
In fact there are two kinds of Negrils. The relatively funky West End is the site of modest cottages, guesthouses, boutique hotels, and local restaurants with the Jamaican local feeling. The more formal and more luxury Negril is on the East End (from Montego Bay). The best and most substantial resorts line this panoramic beachfront.
To do and attractions in Negril
Major attraction of Negril is Seven Mile Beach.
Royal Palm Reserve is a recreation site of 122-hectare (300-acre) carved into the Great Morass and the easiest part to explore of the massive local wetlands.
For horseback riding, fishing, snorkeling or scuba diving take a tour to Rhodes Hall Plantation.
If you would like to rent a scooter to explore Negrils surrounding you might like to tour the northern part of Negril; Green Island Six kms (4 miles) east of Lucea on Bamboo Bay an idyllic spot where you can eat the famous Jamaican Jerk Chicken in a very local scenery. You also can visit the Mayfield Falls and Mineral Springs at Mayfield, a working farm near the village of Pennycooke at 16 km (10 miles) south from Miskito Cove.
If you prefer to do such tours organized, contact Caribic Vacation Tours on location