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Negril Beach Tour from Trelawny

Duration: Half Day

Negril Beach Tour from Trelawny

The relaxed island of Jamaica boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean, and thousands of tourists flock here every year to soak up the sun in paradise surroundings. This tour will take you to the popular beach resort of Negril on the West Coast of the island. Here, time stands still and fun and relaxation is a way of life. You can do as much or as little as you want.

Leaving Trelawny, you will travel along Jamaica’s beautiful North Coast via Montego Bay before reaching the village of Negril. Once a small fishing village, Negril first seduced travellers in the early 1960s when hippies came to chill out on the beaches and immerse themselves in an untouched paradise. Over the years, roads have been developed and hotels have sprung up along the coast, and although the town remains fairly primitive compared to larger Jamaican resorts, Negril is now one of the island’s main tourist destinations. Lively nightlife, numerous restaurants and hotels and excellent facilities draw international crowds from far and wide, and there is certainly plenty to do.

Negril’s main attraction is its pristine white sand beaches and spectacular sunsets, which are considered the best on the island. Fortunately, there is ample opportunity to escape the crowds and find your own secluded spot if you wish. Let your cares float away as you soak up the sun on the world-famous “Seven Mile Beach”, which stretches seven miles along the coast. Fringed by lush palms, dramatic cliffs and coral reefs, it has been voted one of the top 10 beaches in the world by numerous travel magazines over the years. Lapped by sparkling turquoise waters, the picture postcard scenery is the epitome of paradise and everything you’d imagine from a holiday in Jamaica. 

If you are looking for something more active, Negril offers a wide range of watersports such as snorkeling, diving, parasailing, kayaking and jet skiing. The banana boat is also great fun for all the family. After all that action on the water, enjoy a delicious tropical cocktail or island rum punch in one of the many beachside bars and cafes whilst soaking up the relaxed Caribbean atmosphere. Watching people passing by as the sounds of reggae and calypso music fill the air is all part of the Jamaican experience.

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