Negril is a beautiful town bordering the parishes of Westmoreland and Hanover, we have the most beautiful beaches and cliffs. A small town with not many big buildings or amusement parks but we always appreciate and enjoy the fun and exciting activities that happens in and around the small beautiful town.

There are many fun and exciting things to do in Negril but we are narrowing it down to 10.


1. Ricks Cafe


At Ricks, you enjoy the most beautiful sunset, cliff diving, delicious food andcold beers. Its always a great place to have a wonderful time with family and friends.

RICK’S CAFE was the first public bar and restaurant of its type on the West End Cliffs, offering an alternative to Negril’s majestic seven mile beach. From the beginning, Rick’s Cafe boasted an unrivaled view of the sunset from its naturally formed cliffs. Over the years, visitors and locals alike have designated Rick’s Cafe as Negril’s premier gathering spot and our sunsets have become a Jamaican tradition.”

2. Kool Running’s Adventure Park


Kool Runnings Water Park is the Caribbean’s premier water attraction. With over 5 acres of thrilling water rides and eye-popping dry park attractions, there’s fun for the entire family!

If its adventure you seek, look no further as you choose your personal favourite from among the 10 diverse water slides, some towering as high as 40 feet in the air!
For a more relaxing experience, let the water current gently propel you along in a leisurely glide through the curves and turns of the Rio Bueno Lazy River.

Kids will enjoy the unique, interactive experience of Captain Mikie’s Coconut Island with its tipping coconuts and water canons.

3. Sweet Spice Restaurant



Very laid back and you will feel as you are truly in Jamaica. With its relax atmosphere and delicious Jamaican Cuisine, your taste buds will love the spices. A must try if you want 100% authentic Jamaican food.

4. Blue Hole Mineral Springs


Blue Hole Mineral Spring is an attraction and resort hotel located in a peaceful community only six miles southeast of Negril, Westmoreland, Jamaica.

5. Push Cart Restaurant


Our modern version of the classic Jamaican “Jerk Centre,” Pushcart serves up a full spectrum of the island’s traditional fare in a lively, colorful, and music-filled outdoor atmosphere. Enjoy perfectly smoked and seasoned chicken, pork, and fish straight off the jerk pan grill, served with all of the classic fixings of “yard” cuisine.

Pushcart takes guests on a culinary tour of the island, with dishes like peppered shrimp (inspired by roadside vending in Middle Quarters, St. Elizabeth where vendors rush your car with flavorful hot peppered shrimp in clear plastic bags), steamed fish with bammy (what vendors offer in Port Royal), and homemade jerk sausage (made famous by Jamaica’s “jerk center” at Boston Bay, Portland). The menu also features other traditional Jamaican home cooking fare such as curried goat, oxtail and fried chicken.

6. Bourbon Beach


Bourbon Beach Jamaica is located right on the beachfront in 7 Mile Beach, 2 km from central Negril. Let yourself be carried away by the unique atmosphere that characterizes Bourbon Beach! Ours rooms are located in front of the sea & from our terrace you can enjoy a spectacular view of the crystal waters not to mention the colorful sunsets. Free WiFi in common areas is available.

Bourbon Beach Jamaica is known for their jerked chicken and entertainment, the property offers live music or a DJ seven nights a week and until 2:00AM, and all guests receive free admission.

7. Jungle Night Club


The Jungle Night Club believe that everyone is entitled to living a great life. We play our part by providing a great night out. We encourage you to have a few drinks, dance like no one’s watching, meet others, see the beauty in all of humanity..just…live a little and have a good time…you deserve it 🙂

8. Negril Light House


This Lighthouse is situated at south Negril Point which is at the extreme western end of the Island. The concrete Tower which is painted white, stands 66 feet above ground level and the light is elevated 100 feet above sea level. The Lighthouse has an automatic white light which flashes every two seconds.

The Negril Lighthouse was built in 1894 by the French Company Bubbler & Bernard, on a tank 14 feet deep, which is kept filled with water. This is to keep the Tower balanced and secured in the event of an earthquake. The Tower which is built inland, is cylindrical and has an elaborate light enclosed in a metal and glass protector on top of which is a wind-wane.

Initially, the Lighthouse was operated by a gas lamp, but in 1956 it was replaced by an acetylene gas lamp. This was used until 1985 when it was replaced by solar energy.

The Lighthouse is located at latitude 18º 15′ north and longitude 78º 23′ west.

9. Hammonds Pastry Negril


Located at the Center of the Negril Town. Hammond’s has been a famous local brand over the last decade selling delicious pastries, hard dough breads and the most famous Tastee Patties. It is a brand that every Jamaican think is the best. Patties are eaten anytime of the day but most Jamaican’s really enjoy a patty and coco bread.

It is a must have once you are in Negril and don’t forget to try the delicious deli sandwiches, cakes and soups.

10. One Love Drive Bus Tour


One Love Drive Bus tour is a must try if your a fun person that enjoys excitement to the fullest. Travel from your hotel to the end of One Love Drive (West End Road), stopping at different bars, cool spots while drinking cold beers and trying all types of appetizers.

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