Travelers in search of casual sun soaking, upscale boutique hotels and colorful reggae joints, Negril is a perfect jumping-off point for travelers looking for an all-inclusive taste of Jamaican culture. Tucked between the Jamaican parishes of Hanover and Westmoreland west of Montego Bay, the stretch features Caribbean hallmarks like white sand beaches and crystal blue waters. Despite its popularity as a mainstream tourist destination, there’s ample opportunity for travelers to visit Negril and still find R&R. Let Travel + Leisure’s Negril travel guide show you the way.
Things Not to Miss in Negril
• The view of the sunset from the Negril Cliffs.
• An afternoon spent soaking in the sun on Seven Mile Beach.
• A visit to the Negril Lighthouse for panoramic views of the coast.
• A tee time at Negril Hills Golf Club.
When to Go to Negril
Like the rest of Jamaica and the Caribbean islands, Negril enjoys a reputation as a prime vacation destination year round. Tourist season comes to a head between mid-December and mid-April, when snowbirds gather to enjoy its consistently warm tropical climate. Book Negril travel during its off months for discounts on its accommodations.