The Royal Palm Reserve is one of Jamaica's main Eco-tourism attractions. It is an beautiful and tranquil forest within the Negril Great Morass. You can enjoy nature walks, picnics, fishing, and bird watching. You'll get a chance to see many wildlife which resides in the thick and dense mangroves. These include the endangered national bird, the "Doctor Bird", herons, egrets, black parakeets, numerous butterflies.
The Appleton Estate has been blending rums since 1749 and the Rum Distillery is sited beside the Black River in one of the most beautiful valleys in Jamaica, south of Montego Bay. You can savour these award-winning rums after you tour the distillery and learn the details of the distilling process from sugarcane, molasses, sugar, to wine and rum. Bar, gift shop, souvenirs and snacks are available.
Home to the Caribbean's most diverse and invigorating fun 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. Stop over at Anancy Village to enjoy the go-kart and bungee trampoline, and to have an all round Jamaican cultural experience....
Escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday living to our serene island paradise , no radios on the beach, merely the sounds of nature ... just what you imagined Jamaica to be! Can you imagine anything more satisfying than eating grilled lobster with sand eneath you and turquoise seas in front of you?
This is an old sugar plantation that also offers accommodations. But you go there just for a tour of the plantation or to do horseback riding and scuba diving.
If you visit Negril, then you must go to Ricks Cafe. You will witness some the most beautiful sunset in your life. While here, you can enjoy dinner as well as you favorite cocktails or beers. Watch teenage boy take death defying plunge from high cliffs to the sea below. Of course, there is great reggae music for you dancing pleasure.
Tucked in a Valley between two mountains is Appleton Estate, Jamaica's oldest rum distillery. Take a guided tour through the fermenting and distilling processes that turns sugar cane into rum, sugar, and molasses. You may get to squeeze cane juice from sugar cane and see how they harvest the sugar cane. At the end of the tour, you will get to taste all the different brand of rum made by Appleton Estate and get to take home a complimentary bottle of rum.
This attractions is located about 1 1/2 hours from Negril. It is a day tour and is often combined with guided tour or Black River. Although not as popular as Dunn's River Falls, YS it is one of the most spectacular waterfalls in Jamaica and set in a pristine environment on the unspoilt South coast of Jamaica. The great thing about YS Falls is that it is never crowded. Be sure to bring you swim suit, trunks, and pair of water shoes as well as a pair for walking.
This is a good tour if you love nature and want to avoid the crowds. You actually hike up the river which has several places where you can swim around. It is much closer to Negril than both Dunn's River or YS Falls.
You can explore what feels like real Tarzan country, with mangrove trees and crocodiles in the wild, on an outing with South Coast Safaris. Lots of wild things grow in these swamps, and birders delight in the bird life.
The river is abundant with lush vegetation, tropical flowers and birds. While you are drifting down the river relax and enjoy while your guide points out the various species of the natural wonders you will experience. While drifting down the gentle cascades the guides have an abundance of interesting observations and history for your enjoyment.
If you are looking for an excellent adventure ride, and a cool new experience you can choose to take part in a Tubing Safari. This is an area where you will be able to go down the river in a tube and swing from ropes and relax in the fabulous water.
LET THE ADVENTURE BEGIN!
A little American familiarity in Negril. This is great place to get "wasted" or dance the night away. A very Lively and electric party atmosphere in a open-air seaside setting, this is a great place to hang with friends. You can watch sporting events on big screen TVs or just listen and grove to some great reggae music.
At 100 feet above sea level, this is the highest structure in Negril. Built in 1895, the lighthouse is used to guide ships safely around Jamaica's western edge and uses solar power. The iron steps to the top are steep so make sure you are in good health before attempting to climb this structure.
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