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7 Day Itinerary for Negril

Written by SharonReynolds

Negril is a small resort town that is located in Westmoreland and stretches across to Hanover.   Negril is home to 7 miles of white sandy beach, bars and hotels which are the main source of attraction to tourists.  Negril was once a quiet fishing village but is now known as a tourist destination in Jamaica.  You have a choice of staying in a hotel by the beach or in a more eco friendly accommodation on the west end of Negril.

Day 1
This is a must see!  Head over to Rick’s Cafe, West End in the afternoon, grab a cool Jamaican  Red Stripe Beer and watch the gorgeous sunset!    Its breathtaking! The brave hearted display their skills and jump from the cliffs in the beautiful ocean water.  Come and be entertained, you must see this for yourself.

Day 2
Take a cruise on the Catamaran – relax with a rum punch, listen to some reggae music, embrace the sea breeze and relax on the Caribbean Sea.

Day 3
Do you play Golf?  Visit Negril Hills Golf Club -  an 18-hole 72 course measuring 6,333 yards awaits your presence.  This golf course is characterized by undulating fairways, elevated tees and greens, picturesque water hazards and lush tropical vegetation.  There is a full club house on the property, tennis court, pro shop and a restaurant which offers full dining facilities.  Get your clubs ready to play some real Golf!

Day 4
Go for a stroll on the seven mile beach and let your thoughts wander! Become engulfed with the crystal clear blue sea on one side and the gorgeous palms and foliage on the other side.  Stop at a beach bar along the way, meet new people, make  new friends.

Day 5
Take a trip to the most western tip of the Island – Negril Lighthouse.  Built in 1890 and is solar powered.   It is a must see  on the West End.   You may be lucky to get the caretaker to escort you to the top of the lighthouse where you can get an unparalleled view of the cliffs in Negril.

Day 6
Visit Margaritaville for a late evening and have some fun and folic.  There is no entrance fee except when there is a party going on.  Listen to some reggae music and have some Jamaican authentic food.

Day 7
Go for an adventurous trip to the amazing Kool Runnings Water Park.   This attraction has 10 amazing water slides, interactive children’s play area.  There are 3 restaurants,  go-karts,  bungee trampolines  and a carousel.   Lifeguards are internationally certified for your safety.

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SharonReynolds