Top 5 Things to do in Negril Jamaica for Spring Break

 Negril Jamaica, the “Capital of Casual” has come a long way from being just a sleepy small Jamaican fishing village prior to being discovered by American Hippies in the 1960’s. In fact, today Negril is one of the most popular travel destinations in Jamaica besides Montego Bay, and offers a great selection of luxury hotels, resorts, clubs, events, and tours to choose from.

Here’s our Top 5 Things to do in Negril, Jamaica, for Spring Break:

1. Rick’s Café

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Rick’s Café is perfect for people of all ages and especially adventurous college students who want to go cliff diving off the 40-foot cliffs, or enjoy local Jamaican cuisine, drinks, and live music at one of the top rated beach bars in the world! Visit our Negril Sunset Day Tour page to learn more.

2. Seven Mile Beach

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Seven Mile Beach in Negril, Jamaica, offers 7 miles of (clothing optional) sandy white beachfront where you can participate in a great variety of fun activities, such as barefoot bar hoping (since there are no open container laws for drinking alcohol in public places in Negril), snorkeling, parasailing, swimming, or scuba diving.

3. Nightclubs

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There are many great open air nightclubs in Negril, such as The Jungle Night Club, which features 2 dancefloors, 7 bars; an outdoor Sports Bar patio with seating for 100, and more! The Jungle is open every Thursday and Saturday from 10:00 P.M. until 4:00 A.M. In addition, a Free Jungle Shuttle Bus is available for transportation back to your hotel, resort, or guesthouse. Other popular night clubs in Negril, include: Risky Business, which is located on Seven Mile Beach and features live music nightly and a great restaurant, bar, and lounge. In addition, there is Jamaica Tamboo, which is perfect for anyone looking to party during the day, since it has an open bar from 11:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. and lots of contests and dancing. In addition, Jamaica Tamboo hosts the Saturday night VIP Party Beach Bash, which is one of the largest parties of the week in Negril! Last but not least, Margaritaville Negril turns into one of Jamaica’s hottest nightclubs in the evening with up to 12 bars and great theme nights, such as Mardi Gras Wednesday’s and Friday’s Foam Hook Up Party, that features the only foam pit in Jamaica!

4. Scuba Diving and Snorkeling

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If you’re looking for a great adventure tour in Negril there are many excellent scuba diving and snorkeling tour operators in Negril. Contact us to get suggestions for the top snorkeling and scuba diving tours in Negril.

5. Glass Bottom Boat Tours

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In addition, there are also many great glass bottom boat tour operators in Negril, which often also offer snorkeling to explore the stunning underwater coral reefs and aquatic species of the Caribbean Ocean.  Contact us to get suggestions for the top glass bottom boat tour operators in Negril.

About Travel Around Jamaica Tours

Travel Around Jamaica Tours specialize in providing private Jamaica Airport Transfers from Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay to all hotels, villas, and resorts in Jamaica! In addition, we also offer a great variety of private Jamaica sightseeing and adventure tours from Montego Bay, Negril, Ocho Rios, and Falmouth.

Check out our great selection of Negril Tours on our website. If you don’t see any tours that interest you we also offer custom Negril sightseeing and adventure tours, which include scuba diving, snorkeling, and essentially anything else you want do while you’re in Negril!

To contact us about our custom Negril tours and excursions, call 1 (876) 287-2180 or email us at info@travelaroundjamaica.com.

 

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