Traditional cuisine, the hypnotising reggae beat and colourful locals
Cuisine in Negril is as varied as your taste buds, with small beach shacks offering everything from grilled fish to jerk chicken and takeaways that serve pizza and pasta dishes, you will never have to venture far for your next snack. If it’s something a little more enjoyable and relaxing you are wanting on your Negril holiday, there are a number of restaurants that have diverse menus that range from classy and sophisticated to family friendly fun packed eateries.
Nightlife here is a treat with hotels offering their own vast entertainment ranges or for a change of scenery you can visit local bars and discos or chic hilltop cocktail bars. No matter how you wish to spend your evenings on holidays in Negril you are sure to be hypnotised by the uplifting reggae music and the warmth of the locals. Be sure to try the traditional rum punches or sample some of the thirst quenching cocktails that are as colourful and vibrant as the locals that created them.
There is a fantastic selection of accommodation to tempt you to book your summer holidays in Negril. With options of family friendly hotels offering kids clubs to adult only retreats there is the perfect hotel to suit your holiday needs. The standard of accommodation ranges generally from 3* to 5* hotels which provide all inclusive meal options, a great range of facilities and fun packed entertainment programs. No matter whether you want bargain holidays in Negril or luxury holidays in Negril, here at Latedeals.co.uk we have just the thing for you and your family.
Places to Visit
– The beaches in Negril are said to be the finest in Jamaica, soft white sands that shelves gently in the safe turquoise waters that are perfect for swimming, snorkelling and scuba diving. There’s plenty of caves and coral reefs to explore
Negril Point Lighthouse
– The 66 foot tower was built in 1894 and is situated at south Negril Point
Luminous Lagoon Night Cruise
– Visit Jamaica’s cruise around the glowing lagoon, you can even go for a dip in it (it is safe to swim in). The lagoon is full of tiny, harmless microscopic organisms that give the water it’s iridescent blue green luminous look