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Negril Beach and Sunset (lets Go Native)

Duration: 10 Hours

negril beach and sunset (lets go native)

A day to fully take in Jamaica’s sunshine and enjoy the island’s many splendorous coastal formations, beaches and bays. For some sun, fun and scenic views join us on this relaxing tour along Jamaica’s enchanting beaches. We will travel along Jamaica’s western coast and show you the best beaches and sea landscapes this island has to offer!

Let your hair down at one of Jamaica’s best beach wonders as we pass through the famous Seven Miles Beach. The golden sands of this endless beach that goes on for miles are continuously refreshed by the turquoise waves that splash at its beautifully formed shores. This unique butterscotch beach is hugged by a bow-shaped little town that remains highly rural. So if you’re looking for an unspoilt setting this is most certainly it! Whereas this beach is not completely isolated or secluded, it still remains as one of Jamaica’s beaches that is furthest from civilisation, thus being the perfect choice or visitors that want to stay away from the most populated spots.

As we continue our coastal journey through scenic beaches and bays we will pass through quaint rural villages stopping at the historic Lucea harbour and market. The Port of Lucea is one of the safest ports in Jamaica due to its unique and almost perfect horseshoe shape making of this place a beauty of nature. Fed by one river at the southwest and another one at the southeast, this beautiful bay and harbour is also surrounded by verdant hills with the scenic Dolphin Head Mountain giving the place a more beautiful backdrop.

wo ancient forts guard the harbour’s entrance, the most prominent of which is Fort Charlotte. Dating back to 1761 this fort was built for the defence of Lucea; which at the time was under threat of attack by French raiders. This ancient fort sits imposingly on a peninsula overlooking the bay and makes for wonderful panoramic pictures of the harbour’s fortified entrance. So on this trip to leave the camera behind would be a sinful forgetfulness you could regret forever. 

The harbour’s market is a lively local affair selling all kind of items but mainly fruit, vegetables and delicious snacks. The treats include fried fish, jerk chicken and a variety of many other finger-licking delights.

Once we get to the breathtaking cliffs we will have reached our final destination. It will now be time to sit back and relax as we contemplate the captivating sun setting gently into the horizon’s azure waters. A view to share with a loved one or a friend, and one that will forever hunt you as part of your Jamaica’s most mesmerising memories.

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