Popular Attractions & Tours from Negril
Appleton Estate Rum Tour:
Take a timeless journey through the soul of the finest rums in the world. Visit the factory of the world famous Appleton Rum and experience a 200 year old tradition of making rum. The Appleton Estate has been blending rums since 1749 and the Rum Distillery is sited beside the Black River in one of the most beautiful valleys in Jamaica. You will also have the opportunity to taste and buy the many different rum products.
From US $70.00 per person
Black River Safari:
Discover the beauty of the South Coast with a 1/12 hour boat tour on Jamaica’s largest navigable river and through the islands largest wetland area, the Black River lower morass. The tour takes you six miles up the river during which a running commentary is given by your captain/ tour guide on both the ecology and history of the area. Over 100 species of birds have been recorded in the Black River morass. The endangered American Crocodile (c.actus) inhabits the area and sightings are very frequent. The wetland vegetation is of special interest with three species of mangrove, Thatch palms, Royal palms and freshwater swamp forest dominating. An adventure not to be missed.
From US$49.00 per person
Chukka Caribbean Adventures:
Award winning adventure operator offering un-spoilt nature; Zipline Canopy, River Tubing, ATV, Dune Buggy, 4×4 Off-road Safari and much more. Chukka Caribbean Adventures excels at showcasing the natural side of the Jamaica through unique and sensational experiences. From kayaking to ziplining, Chukka Caribbean Adventures offers tours that are sure to be the high point of your vacation. Whether your tour is on land, horseback, by dune buggy or air boat, you will enjoy a back-to-nature adventure like no other.
From US$83.00 per person
Dolphin Cove Negril:
This once in a lifetime experience gets you up close and personal to a family of playful, friendly dolphins. Visitors have the opportunity to interact, and “Swim With” dolphins, enjoying the thrill and love of these amazing lovable animals. You can also swim with, hold, feed and learn about the evolutionary secrets of the Caribbean sharks. Imagine an idyllic tropical retreat, set against the backdrop of Jamaica’s picturesque North Coast, where the opportunity awaits for you to meet with a family of bottlenose dolphins at their home in the Caribbean Sea at Dolphin Cove.
From US $52.00 per person
Dunn’s River Falls:
By far Jamaica’s most famous attraction, Climb this cascading 600ft falls or wade in the pristine blue waters, where the falls meets the sea. Dunn’s River Falls is an astounding flowing falls that extends across more than 183 metres or 600 feet. The Dunn’s River is one of the few rivers in the world that flows directly into the Caribbean Sea. The most popular activity is climbing up the falls and then hanging out in one of the several lagoons or pools along the way.
From US $79.00 per person
Kool Runnings Water Park:
Home to the Caribbean’s most diverse and invigorating fun park experience!!! Fill your day with 10 amazing water slides, quarter mile of lazy river, Captain Mikie’s Coconut Island for the kids, great food and games galore. Stop over at Anancy Village to enjoy the go-kart and bungee trampoline, and to have an all round Jamaican cultural experience…. And one more thing, don’t miss our Park Mascot, Mikie Manatee, doing the “Mikie Skank” on our Kool entertainment stage, a delight for the entire family. Kool Runnings is located on the main road in Negril.
From US $42.00 per person
The Lighthouse is situated at south Negril Point which is at the extreme western end of the Island. The concrete Tower painted in white, stands 66 feet above ground level and the light is elevated 100 feet above sea level. The Lighthouse has an automatic white light which flashes every two seconds and the entire lighthouse is powered by solar energy. Built before the turn of the last century, the Negril Lighthouse has served the people of Jamaica since 1895. The Lighthouse was built on a tank 14 feet deep, which is kept filled with water to keep the Tower balanced and secured in the event of an earthquake. This historic Negril landmark still guides ships safely around Jamaica’s western edge and is a must see while in Negril.
US $15.00 per person
Rhodes Hall Plantation:
Rhodes Hall Plantation has over 550 lush acres located just 5 miles before Negril. The terrain covers all that Jamaica has to offer; from beaches to coral coastline, to mountaintops affording excellent views all the way to Negril. The lush tropical jungles feature impressive stands of ancient bamboo and numerous types of trees and other rainforest vegetation creating a bird watchers paradise. Horseback riding is a feature of this working plantation which has fruits and vegetables in continuous cultivation. Fish are raised in ponds fed by the natural mineral spring which also provides the freshwater requirements for the entire property.
Horseback Riding from US $70.00 per person
YS Falls is a natural attraction nestled in the foothills of the Cockpit Country in St. Elizabeth. Come and enjoy an intimate experience with a spectacular 7-tiered waterfall, surrounded by lush vegetation. Ride on a tractor-drawn Jitney through a working farm to the Falls. Swim in the Falls or in a spring fed pool. Fly through the air on the canopy, offered by Chukka Caribbean Adventures, Tube the river (conditions permitting). Or simply relax on the lawn listening to the sound of cascading water.
From US$49.00 per person
Tour Prices include roundtrip transportation from Rondel Village to the attraction. Some tours can be combined and done in one day trip, e.g. Appleton, Black River & YS Falls.
Tours can be booked in advance by contacting us directly by email to:firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also book directly with our front desk after your arrival at Rondel Village.