|Black cliffs. Azure water. Mellow vibes. Negril’s laid-back pace and natural beauty is a feast for the eyes and soul. Here, anything goes and everyone is welcome. The “Capital of Casual”, Negril is at the western tip of the island and is known for its amazing sunsets. Gorgeous Seven Mile Beach features soft white sand and crystalline waters, the perfect complement to a relaxing day. There are endless options of where to stay, from deluxe resorts to moderate accommodations, fine dining and endless activities. In the evening, take a scenic drive along the Negril coastline to famous Rick’s Café to watch the cliff divers and the beautiful sunset. Looking for a night out? Travel into town and enjoy Jamaica’s rich culture and live reggae music.
Jamaica’s average annual temperature is 80°F / 27°C. The average yearly temperature range is between 78°F and 85°F. Extreme temperatures range from a low of 65°F to a high of 95°F.
Negril has the island of Jamaica’s longest stretch of powdery white beach, appropriately named Seven Mile Beach. It is consistently rated as one of the top ten beaches in the world. The north end of the beach is where most of the all-inclusive resorts are and the south end has smaller boutique hotels that are commonly family-run. Seven Mile Beach gives travelers many diverse accommodation choices.
Travelers looking for exciting nightlife will be perfectly happy in Negril. The epicenter of nightly entertainment is Norman Manley Boulevard. Nightclubs, live music, dancing and restaurants abound on the street and surely should not be missed. It’s easy to find live music any night of the week, from live reggae on the beach to jazz and blues on a hotel patio.