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Morne Rouge

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Morne Rouge

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Private Tour from Montego Bay to Negril Beach and Rick's Café

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Experience the beauty and tranquility of seven miles of uninterrupted white sand beach, savor the sun, and throw off all inhibitions. The Experience starts with a scenic ride along the coastline. We then make our way over to Negril Beach. Spend a few hours relaxing at the famous Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville located in the center of Negril’s pristine white sand seven-mile beach. Participate in the wide array of water sports activities or just stroll up and down the beach at your leisure. <br>As we make our way to Rick’s Café, take a short drive through the village of “Red Ground” for a close-up look at the Negril Community and life behind the scenes. At Rick’s Café enjoy a live reggae band and a party atmosphere as you watch the spectacular sunset and daring cliff diving.
US$64.00 US$80 per adult
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Joel J wrote a review Dec 2020
Milwaukee, Wisconsin8 contributions1 helpful vote
BBC Beach is a great beach with fewer people than Grand Anse. Wonderful sand and almost a glassy sea on the day we were there. Hardly noticeable is a great beach bar about half way to the end. Don't miss Rocky's! Sometimes he is open and sometimes he isn't. When he is there you will find perfect rum punches and wonderful conversations. The people who hang out at Rocky's are almost as interesting as Rocky himself. if there is an important football (soccer) match going on, it will be playing on his TV.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Coyote-Travelerz wrote a review Mar 2020
Jacksonville, Florida1,389 contributions145 helpful votes
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During our week on the island we spent most mornings here. It tends not to be crowded, has calm clear waters, and great sunset views.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Maria G wrote a review Mar 2020
32 contributions54 helpful votes
This hidden beach is totally worth the hike! We walked from our hotel Seabreeze Hotel to this beach with our 6 year old son. We followed the Google Maps directions but then found the short cut on our way back. For future visitors, when hiking / walking to find this beach your land mark will be Mariposa Hotel. When you see this sign take the road that descends it will lead you straight to the beach. Don't go over the ridge it's a longer way. The beach is must smaller than Grand Anse and I preferred it. Not a lot of tourists and there are public bars where you can get eats and drinks. The water is very calm and clear. There are chair rentals on the beach.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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ned154933 wrote a review Feb 2020
Kelowna, Canada63 contributions9 helpful votes
best beach,older hotel but very clean and close to other beaches and amenities.staff are very helpful and friendly.lots of walking .but really steep hill out of the area. There are two bars on the beach.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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kalis43 wrote a review Feb 2020
Annapolis, Maryland131 contributions36 helpful votes
Known locally as BBC Beach, this is a great spot to stretch out and relax. Lounge chairs in sun or shade were available for rent for about five bucks. The water was very calm and clear for swimming but not good for snorkeling. Restrooms and a local bar right there, near Sur La Mar hotel. Natives selling clothes and jewelry but they don’t intrude. Only problem: a booze cruise boat came and unloaded a crowd, but they only stayed for about an hour. Windstar was docked in the harbor at Saint Georges so we had to take a $25 taxi ride to and from the beach, which is the same price to go to any of the other beaches. I understand that some of the cruise ships dock in a different area near the water taxi which is much less expensive. We stopped to see Grand Anse and didn’t like it, no charm, just big. It’s all in what you’re looking for. If what you want is a quiet relaxing beautiful beach with more locals than tourists,,?you’re at the right spot.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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