Must-see attractions in Negril & West Coast

  • Top Choice
    Seven Mile Beach

    Seven Mile Beach was initially touted on tourism posters as ‘seven miles of nothing but you and the sea.’ True, sunbathers still lie half submerged in the…

  • Top Choice
    Mayfield Falls

    Few of Jamaica's waterfall experiences match Mayfield Falls for crowd-free natural beauty. Picture this: you climb into the cool river beneath giant…

  • Half Moon Beach

    Around 12km north of Negril, Half Moon Beach is a beautiful, hassle-free stretch of sand beloved by locals and families, with calm, shallow water. On…

  • Jurassic Park

    Between Negril and Little Bay, a mildly potholed back road passes through the village of Orange Hill, (in)famous around the island as a major marijuana…

  • Sir Alexander Bustamante Museum

    Tiny Blenheim is the birthplace of national hero Alexander Bustamante, labor union hero and independent Jamaica’s first prime minister. ‘Busta’ is honored…

  • Royal Palm Reserve

    Officially closed to the public, the 289-acre Royal Palm Reserve stretches along the southern side of the Great Morass, and consists of three distinct…

  • Rhodes Hall Plantation

    Around 10km northeast of Negril, this picturesque 220-hectare fruit-and-coconut plantation backs a small, attractive beach where hot mineral springs…

  • Blue Hole Gardens

    Take the road for around 1km through Roaring River Park to a beautiful sinkhole that is surrounded by a landscaped garden full of ginger torch and…

  • Blue Hole Mineral Spring

    This popular sinkhole, an 8km drive southeast from the A2, has long been a feature on the landscape, and has recently become even more popular with the…

  • Hanover Parish Church

    This church – established in 1725 – has several interesting monuments, one being a section of the walled cemetery with several surviving graves that…

  • Headland

    On the headland beyond the parish church is Rusea High School, a venerable Georgian-style redbrick building constructed in 1843 as an army barracks. The…

  • Barney's Flower & Hummingbird Garden

    At the south end of West End, follow the signs to this private garden, where Jamaica's endemic hummingbirds flit between the firecracker flowers,…

  • Long Bay Beach Park

    Toward the north end of Seven Mile Beach, this beach is more peaceful and far less crowded than the sand further south. Here you’ll find more sugary sand…

  • Bloody Bay Beach

    A splendid option in between two large all-inclusives, with no facilities and few people, save for a few savvy travelers and a smattering of locals…

  • Frome Sugar Factory

    Constructed in 1938, this historic factory was the setting for a nationwide labor dispute that ended in violence, tragedy and the transformation of…

  • Sir Alexander Bustamante Square

    Bustamante Square is centered on a small fountain fronting the handsome former courthouse (now housing the Hanover Parish Council). Note the vintage 1932…

  • Roaring River Park

    This natural beauty spot revolves around a series of caves, rich with Taíno and runaway slave history. A guide shows you around, and you then swim in the…

  • Negril Hills

    This range of low-lying hills rises inland of Negril’s West End. The raised limestone upland is wild and smothered in brush. Tiny hamlets sprinkle the…

  • Savanna-la-Mar Fort

    The English colonialists never completed the Savanna-la-Mar Fort at the foot of Great George St. Parts of it collapsed into the swamps within a few years…

  • Kool Runnings Adventure Park

    If you prefer your water fun doled out in a theme park, descend on this 2-hectare collection of different experiences, from the main water park with flume…