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Negril, Jamaica!
Places to eat, things to do, and general information

7 Things You Can Strike Off Your Bucket List by Visiting Negril Jamaica

New travelers might not have heard about Negril in Jamaica since it is mostly an unknown destination. But it is about time to put this gem into your travel watch. Negril is located in the western part of Jamaica which is mostly known for its sandy beaches. You could say that it is another tropical paradise that needs to be explored and experienced before it can be judged. And believe it or not, there are several activities that you can try out that are unique to Negril. Do you have a bucket list? Then it’s time to scratch off some items during your visit to this tropical place!

Go for a Dive in the Blue Hole Mineral Springs

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As a famous natural wonder, this spot is perfect for thrill seekers and adventure lovers who want to experience new things. This spring is 35 feet in depth and surrounded by limestone. It’s like being in your little cave. There are those who come here for the daredevil dives, others take a dip check if the water is therapeutic as claimed, while there are those who simply want to witness the scenic springs. Don’t worry if you are not a very good swimmer since the edges of the springs are shallow enough for anyone who does not like deep waters. It’s open from 10:00AM – 06:00PM so take time to schedule your visit!
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Enjoy the Black River Safari Tour

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This tour usually departs from Montego Bay and traverses Jamaica’s longest river. It’s an eco-tourism activity which means that you get to learn about the colonial history of the Black River and its surrounding areas. There will be a guide and the best part is that you’ll get the chance to pet and feed the friendly crocodiles. This isn’t something you can do in other places, right? This activity’s duration is about 6 hours so it’s good for a day trip.
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River rafting in Martha Brae River

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Another river adventure that you can tick off your bucket list – rafting in Martha Brae. Unlike other thrill activities, this one is good for the whole family since the water in the river is calm. Visitors will ride a bamboo raft and just float through the river while the guide explains the local flora and fauna. Truth be told, it’s the best way to experience nature in Jamaica because there is no rush. You can just listen to the river and glimpse the peaceful scenery. For an activity that takes about 1-2 hours, this might just become the highlight of your trip.
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Take a Walk in the Seven Mile Beach

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What’s a trip to Negril without visiting the Seven Mile Beach? As the name suggests, tourists can take a long walk in this crescent-shaped, white sand beach. Aside from swimming, there are bars, restaurants, and other relaxation spots that you can choose from whole you enjoy the tropical feels of this area. It has been recently names as one of the best beaches in the Caribbean, so you’ll get what you expect from the travel photos. Take a stroll, enjoy the sun, and get a drink or two – all while enjoying the sound of waves from the turquoise waters!

Chill and Have Drinks at Floyd’s Pelican Bar

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Dubbed as one of the coolest bars in the world, this one is unique because it is located about a mile off the coast of Parotee Bay. Yes, you need a boat to approach this little hub in the sea. it’s like a little cabana in the middle of the sea and this is one of the biggest reasons why travelers visit the place. After all, there is no other like it and the ambience inside would be just the perfect blend of chill and amazing. The owner, Floyd Forbes, a local fisherman, decided that he wanted a sort of clubhouse that he and his buddies can relax in, so he created this little house from scratch. After it was completed in 2001, that dream essentially came true and later, local tourism helped him to develop the place to what it is today. It’s a perfect place for swimming, sunbathing, drinking, eating, and just enjoying the view!
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Charter a Private Catamaran Cruise

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If you are not a fan of the tourist crowd, the best way to see and experience the Caribbean waters is to charter your own catamaran cruise. You can spend a few hours to just enjoy the sea breeze while sailing through the area. The best part is that you can choose your own stop overs and even request for a specific time for the cruise. There are options for a sunset cruise going to Rick’s Café, or a snorkeling tour in the reefs. And you do not have to worry about facilities as well because these catamaran cruises are all equipped with very comfortable seating, bathrooms, and even equipment that you can rent for snorkeling. Tours can run from 4 hours to 8 hours, depending on where you want to go or the activities that are included.
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Join the One Love Bus Bar Crawl

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There is a saying that going on this tour will let you experience the most authentic Jamaica. Once you see the colorful Mitsubishi Rosa pull up, then it means that Lenbert Williams has arrived to welcome you for the One Love Bus Crawl. You’ll get to ride along the Negril Strip and meet many tourists along the way. It’s the perfect way to interact with other people who might be visiting for the first time as well. It’s pretty much like one of the those hop on-hop off tour buses in big cities. But the big difference? The destinations are bars. And there is no better way to discover Jamaica that through its drinks and food, all while interacting with the locals.
So, is your bucket list ready? Negril, Jamaica is just another destination that you should put on your radar. You might be surprised that a trip to this little town will make you want to come back again. Negril is one of those underrated destination that needs to be experienced, so do your research and go book that flight ticket now! For more destination tips and guides, check out Trip101.

Floyd's Pelican Bar on the Sea

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Too Cool? This now famous bar is anchored on a sand bar about a 15 minute boat ride from shore in Parottee Bay in the Parish of St. Elizabeth, Jamaica.

This is a must do in Jamaica. If you are looking for a unique and fun experience ...Floyd's Pelican Bar is it.
Why is it called the Pelican Bar? Because of the pelicans that hang about of course.

Visiting Floyd’s Pelican Bar in Jamaica is definitely something to brag about.
Floyd’s Pelican Bar is a tiny bar made of driftwood stilted on a huge sandbar about ¾ miles out in the sea.

Swim in the warm clear and shallow waters of the Caribbean Sea surrounding the bar. Water is waist deep so non swimmers can enjoy a dip as well.
If you are lucky, you might see a pod of dolphins frolicking nearby.

There's nothing like a cold one at the Pelican Bar where visitors from around the world have left mementos and carved their names in the wooden walkways.

Be sure to enjoy their specialty... freshly caught fish freshly prepared by Floyd himself. Watch the fishermen bring in their catch and choose your fish.

Our private tours to Floyd's Pelican Bar include private transfers and boat to Floyd's and pickup can be done from most areas in Jamaica.
If you are staying in Treasure Beach you can take a small boat all the way to Floyd's, past miles of deserted beaches...this is a trip in itself.

Arrive anytime and stay as long as you want...up to sunset.

Don't forget your sunscreen, hat, sunglasses and camera for an experience that you won't soon forget.

This is an attraction that many folks return to on each stay in Jamaica.

Sunset at the Palms - A Secret Oasis

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Posted on May 24, 2016

When you first step foot into Sunset at the Palms in Negril, Jamaica, you notice the serenity and untouched beauty that comes with this resort – nestled into the tropical gardens and flowering plants at the edge of Negril, it is truly Jamaica’s “Capital of Casual”. With specials frequent throughout the year, it’s no wonder Budget Travel named it a “Honeymoon Paradise for Less”. Yet we’ve found it to be a less travelled all-inclusive than their Couples neighbours, and we’d like to explain why it shouldn’t be.

More Reasons to Love the Rockhouse Hotel in Jamaica

Rockhouse Overview More Reasons to Love the Rockhouse Hotel in Jamaica

posted on May 17, 2016

A favourite among visitors to Jamaica, it's easy to see why people go back time and again. Their picturesque rooms and views, and authentic Jamaican vibes, are enough to fall in love. What you may not know is that there is even more to love.

The Rockhouse Hotel in Jamaica was one of the first hotels to be developed on the cliffs, back in 1972. It has been host to such celebrities as Bob Marley, Bob Dylan, and The Rolling Stones.

It was taken over in 1994 by an Australian group, which has strived to maintain the vision and atmosphere that it was originally built with.

Even the architectural development, overseen by Jean-Henri Morin for the last 20 years, has kept the focus of his designs on high quality, with a positive and sustainable relationship with the environment. This can be seen by the way the cottages have been gently tucked away into the jungle-like landscape of their cliff side location.

Why Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee is the Best

posted on April 27, 2016
Coffee Beans Why Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee is the Best

If you have savored Blue Mountain Coffee you know.....if you haven't yet, you are in for a treat!

Coffee is one of the most traded commodities in the world after crude oil.
Although Jamaica is well down on the list of coffee produced, producing approximately 4 to 5 million pounds per year, it has a well deserved reputation as one of the best Arabica coffees.

The Jamaican coffee industry has strict geographical boundaries, which define the coffee classified as Jamaican Blue Mountain. It is certified by rigid inspection by the Jamaican Coffee Industry Board that certifies cultivating, production and exportation.

Here's another blog about Jamaican coffee from Greg Hamer:

Coffee is on everyones mind these days I guess.
Here's another site to check out for great info:

The History of Jamaican Rum

posted on March 4, 2016
History Of Rum The History of Jamaican Rum

The word rum is first said to have been used in Barbados in the 1620s to describe an intoxicating, rough, unpleasant and overpowering liquor made from sugar cane juice, though the English were the first to begin making rum from fermented sugar cane. Although the exact origin of the word rum is not known, it is commonly believed to come from the English word "rumbullion" which means "great tumult."

Barbados' Mount Gay Distilleries Ltd. claims the title of world's oldest rum producer dating back to 1703. Appleton Jamaica, dating back to 1749, makes it the second oldest rum producer in the Caribbean. For a time, the drink was also known as "kill-devil" and it was used to trade with the young American colonies for salted fish, pork, beef, timber and livestock. As processing techniques improved, the drink became more palatable and popular.

Where and What to Eat in Negril

posted on March 4, 2016
Jamaican Patties Where and What to Eat in Negril

One of the first things on most visitors’ minds, especially first timers, is “Where do we go to eat?” The good news is, there are many fine places to eat, from Jerk chicken road-side vendors cooking from their modified metal drums, to casual, to fine dining restaurants (still casual resort wear) found throughout Negril. Cliff side or beach side, enjoy Italian, Chinese, American, Thai, Vegetarian, Pizza, Japanese sushi, seafood, Tacos, fusion and many others.

Most resorts in Negril have restaurants on the property, but there are also many independent “local” restaurants that cook up wonderful local dishes like ackee and saltfish, a wonderful breakfast combination served with dumplings or Johnnycakes, fried or boiled bananas, plantain, yam and Callaloo (a Jamaican version of a vegetable very similar to spinach), brown stew chicken, jerk pork, curry goat, escovitch fish.

Street vendors offer ice cream, fresh fruits, coconut, hot peanuts and fish.

Beach vendors sell Jamaican patties, fresh fruits and juices, pastries, ice cream and cooked lobster in season.
You are never far from delicious food in Negril. Many restaurants offer free pickup.

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