With over four miles of sandy beach on shallow, calm turquoise waters, Negril is ideal for sunworshippers. Bloody Bay, named in memory of a legendary pirate battle, is worth visiting if you want somewhere less crowded than the main beach.
Rick’s Cafe: Located on a dramatic, rocky seaside cliff, Rick’s has a relaxed and fun vibe. You can access the water from steps and stairs carved into the rock. Or for the more daring, there are diving boards fixed at different heights. Watch the heart stopping dives of professional divers from trees along the cliffs. Then stay for one of the most spectacular sunsets the island has to offer.
Visit Rhodes Hall Plantation: A working plantation that has been in operation since the 1700s, the best way to explore the 550 acre estate is by horseback. Ride along the beach and through the coconut and palm forests to truly experience the Jamaican countryside.