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Royal Palm Reserve

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Negril, Jamaica
+1 876-364-7407
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nice place very tranquil

although this is not your usual tourist stop it is a very nice place to get away from the beach... read more

Reviewed 2 June 2017
new orleans la.
where is it

just spend a week in negril could not find a cab driver who had been there in years,,, my... read more

Reviewed 28 April 2017
elliot m
northbrook il
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Two-mile stretch of swampland, part of the Great Morass.
  • Excellent24%
  • Very good45%
  • Average18%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible8%
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“nature” (13 reviews)
“trees” (9 reviews)
Negril, Jamaica
+1 876-364-7407

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Reviewed 2 June 2017

although this is not your usual tourist stop it is a very nice place to get away from the beach crowd and just see nature at its slowest pace this would be a nice spot to stop and read a book and enjoy thequietand serenity...More

Thank theyarbers1
Reviewed 28 April 2017

just spend a week in negril could not find a cab driver who had been there in years,,, my understanding is its closed no care taker board walk falling apart got the feeling its an over grown mess so i felt it was not safe...More

1  Thank elliot m
Reviewed 27 April 2017

Only 10-15 minutes from Negril's 7 miles beach or the cliffside resorts, this royal palm reserve is a true treasure. Visit when the sun is not very hot. A front gate guard might accompany you as you meander through the reserve, looking up at magnificent...More

Thank Anne-Marie P
Reviewed 28 March 2017

I've been here a few times over the last decades and I am never disappointed. If you are a nature and botanical gardens lover- definitely make time to go to this attraction, a short drive from Negril. Great variety, boardwalks well-maintained, few but well-informed staff.

2  Thank Melinda S
Reviewed 14 November 2016

The reserve was officially closed, but we were able to visit anyway, after a guard let us in. We walked around the boardwalk, which is decaying in parts. It is a beautiful location with lots of birds and different kinds of plants. Very nice spot,...More

2  Thank happycathdetroit
Reviewed 21 November 2015

This is a lovely spot for a leisurely walk to view wildlife. This eco tour is a nice break from the beach. You may walk at your own pace through the boardwalk type constructed trail. You should allow a couple of hours or so. Although...More

2  Thank terwoj54
Reviewed 26 August 2015

My family and I set up a visit through the travel desk at our hotel, the Negril Tree House Resort. $50 roundtrip for transportation, wasn't cheap, but also wasn't terrible. It's about a 20min drive from our hotel, and maybe 10-15min from the roundabout in...More

6  Thank Medic_334
Reviewed 23 January 2015

We drove over an hour from downtown Negril trying to find this place. Finally gave up. On the way back hit one pothole with two tires. The good news is the Jamaicans are the friendliest, most honest people in the world and 45 minutes later...More

1  Thank bschless
Reviewed 22 January 2015 via mobile

Such a shame , we were aware it was closed but thought we'd give it a look . It's now guarded & no one is allowed in. It's looking rather tired from what we could see . Just hope someone takes it one & injects...More

1  Thank ellieswaite
Reviewed 25 December 2014

Yes. The Place are closed for years now,but the Guy Hubert Woolcock who working there is a very good gay. He NOWs a lot aboat the birds around there and is always willing to let you in. I have been visiting the Place every year...More

2  Thank Dagfinn65
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