Seven Mile Beach
This famous Jamaican beach in Negril—once plagued by pirates—is now a popular spot for sun-seekers and beach lovers.
Private Negril Day Trip
ATV tours are a whole bag of fun, and it is highly advisable that you sign up for one with a reputable tour company like Island Routes during your Jamaica vacation. Prepare for a bumpy and fun ride in the Jamaican countryside, as you follow the trail on a historic estate.
This impressive structure was built in 1894 and stands 66 feet above the ground and its light illuminates 100 feet above sea level.
Blue Hole Mineral Spring
Deep Water Fishing
Off shore fishing. 1/2, 3/4 And Full day Charters. 1/2 Day charter sharing available. Scuba Diving including PADI certification. Sunset Cruises. Snorkeling and Glass bottom boat trips.
You love the beach and you love horses, and thus, a horseback riding endeavor on the beach is the perfect way to bring these things together. The horses love being out on the beach as well, and you’ll be able to see that for yourself as you go on a leisurely horse ride to the beach, even going into the water right on top of your horse.
Head down the Martha Brae on a handmade bamboo raft and learn about the river and the surrounding area from your captain. During the ride, look out for woodpeckers and other various exotic birds. This booking is only for transportation to and from Martha Brae from Negril and does not include the cost of the rafting excursion.
Kool Runnings Water Park
Glass Bottom Boat Tour
A glass bottom boat tour is one step up from a regular boat tour as you’ll be able to catch amazing views of the undersea from right inside the boat. This is a great way to view marine life undisturbed as your boat glides across the ocean, and you enjoy the sights and sounds both above and below the waters of Negril.
Scuba Diving in Negril
Rising above the turquoise Caribbean Sea just outside Negril, these gorgeous craggy cliffs define the beauty of Jamaica’s western coast. Away from the large resorts in the north, the cliffs are a base for snorkeling and partying at bars as well as the spot’s most famous activity—diving 40 feet (12 meters) into the deep, clear water below.