Negril is one of Jamaica’s most famous tourist towns. Straddling the border between the parishes of Hanover and Westmoreland, Negril boasts a slew of beautiful vistas and awesome attractions.
Get more information on the attractions in or around Negril below.
Have a wild and wet adventure at Kool Runnings Water Park home to the Caribbean’s most diverse and invigorating adventure park experience!!!Fill your day with 10 amazing water slides, quarter mile of lazy river, Captain Mikie’s Coconut Island for the kids, great food and games galore. The new Adventure Zone will whet your appetite for Adventure with Paintball, Outdoor Laser Tag, Go-Karts, Jamboo Rafting on the Great Morass!! …
Mayfield Falls is truly a nature lover’s paradise – two beautiful waterfalls, 21 natural pools, 52 varieties of ferns, an abundance of exotic tropical flowers and plant species, and several types of birds, butterflies, and indigenous wildlife.
Over the years, visitors and locals alike have designated Rick’s Cafe as Negril’s premier hot spot.
Rick’s is perched right on cliffs overlooking the clear blue ocean and is the prime venue to experience the breathtaking Negril sunset. Enjoy the delightful food, drink and atmosphere. Take the leap from the iconic cliffs into the warm Caribbean Sea – a Rick’s Café tradition.
Just up the street from Rick’s Café is the monumental Negril Lighthouse built in 1894 by the French company Bubbler & Bernard. Climb to the top and be blown away by an awesome view of Negril.
Negril Jamaica is home to many natural wonders such as waterfalls, caves, and independent islands. One such island is called Booby Cay Island, which may be small but well worth visiting. The island is definitely quaint and tranquil, which is why it is a popular destination for individuals, couples, and entire families.
The beach on Booby Cay Island is simply beautiful, boasting clean, soft sand that is perfect for sunbathing, playing volleyball, building sand castles, or taking a nice leisurely stroll.
For the adventurous type, the island also offers several other attractions including snorkeling and jet ski rides.
When it comes to Jamaican music, two names automatically stand out – Bob Marley and Peter Tosh.
Along with Bob Marley and Bunny Wailer he was one of the core members of the band The Wailers and later established himself as a successful solo artist and a promoter of Rastafarianism.
Visit the monument to the enigmatic genius Peter Tosh and touch a piece of Reggae history.