Negril, Jamaica’s newest tourist resort, offers seven miles (11 kilometres) of white sand beach, which lies on a narrow strip between the Caribbean Sea and the Great Morass to the South. North American hippies discovered it beauty and tranquility.
At the western tip of the island, Negril is a favorite resort area known for its natural beauty, with a seven-mile ribbon of white-sand beach and perfect conditions for swimming and snorkeling. Grotto-lined cliffs stretch to the old Negril Lighthouse, built in 1894. The ambiance is relaxed; the mood is laid-back; the fashion is casual. Continue reading