Top 5 Attractions in Negril, Jamaica

Top 5 Attractions in Negril, Jamaica

Negril, Jamaica is home to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, but there’s no shortage of attractions and things to do in Negril. Here are our…

Top 5 Attractions in Negril, Jamaica

1. Negril Cliffs

Located on Negril’s West End, these dramatic and soaring cliffs were used as a backdrop for the James Bond film “Thunderball.”

2. Seven Mile Beach

Pirates once haunted this seven-mile stretch of golden sand beach, now ruled by pleasure-seeking beach bums and sun-worshipers.

3. Blue Hole Mineral Spring

Blue Hole Mineral Spring sits beneath a cavernous opening in Jamaica’s terrain and is completely encased by Karst limestone. The naturally occurring minerals in the limestone act as an underground filter for the steady upwelling of water, leaving behind a luxuriously pure bath of minerals for guests to enjoy. Blue Hole Mineral Spring is located only 25 minutes southeast of Negril. If you are staying in Negril there are a number of drivers who can take you, or call and we will pick you up!

4. Negril Lighthouse

This lighthouse, built in 1894, affords breathtaking views of the coast.

5. The Throne Room

Here the reef structure has a low profile, with small coral heads and sponges. The entrance to the Throne Room, a fairly wide but low cavern, is a crack in the reef about 25ft long and 8 ft wide. The walls on the inside are covered with colourful sponges and on the bottom near to the exit you can see a large orange elephant ear sponge that supposedly looks like a throne. Leaving the Throne Room, you swim through a large opening, coming out into deeper reef at 70ft. Continuing the dive turning right, the reef forms low overhangs covered with sponges.

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