Negril Beach Vacations: A comprehensive guide for travlers to Seven Mile Beach Negril, Jamaica - Mr. Scott Hansen
Negril Beach Vacations This is the second edition of my book and is up-to-date as of January 2013. The names of the little hotels, motels, cottages etc....... more
Negril Beach Vacations This is the second edition of my book and is up-to-date as of January 2013. The names of the little hotels, motels, cottages etc. sometimes change in Negril and it is hard to find information on all of these resorts. Also, there is no easy to find place or one book to go to, except this one, that has a complete list of the hotels on Seven Mile Beach. That is why I wrote this book. If you are plann... Full description
Paperback. Pub Date: 2010 08 Pages: 320 in Publisher: Rough Guides The Rough Guide to Jamaica is the ultimate travel guide to the most captivating of the...... more
Paperback. Pub Date: 2010 08 Pages: 320 in Publisher: Rough Guides The Rough Guide to Jamaica is the ultimate travel guide to the most captivating of the Caribbean islands. From dining by the sea to dancing under the stars. We've matches both picked out the best of Jamaica. with full-colour pictures offering a taste of what to expect. Detailed practical advice covers everything from restaurants and accommodation to tipping and tours; an events calendar details the island's legendary reggae shows. and insiders' tips ensure that you 'll discover the island beyond the resorts. The Rough Guide to Jamaica also provides the lowdown on each part of island. including the white-sand beaches and watersports of Negril and Montego Bay; the lush rainforest retreats of Portland; the hip hotels of the unspoiled south coast; unforgettable hikes in the cool Blue Mountain peaks; and Kingston'...
The Rough Guide to Jamaica (Rough Guide Travel Guides) - Polly Thomas
A guide to Jamaica, Caribbeans liveliest island. It also contains reviews of the best accommodation, restaurants, bars and cafes - and the latest spots to catch...... more
A guide to Jamaica, Caribbeans liveliest island. It also contains reviews of the best accommodation, restaurants, bars and cafes - and the latest spots to catch the hottest reggae and dancehall, along with a coverage of Kingston and the major resorts of Montego Bay, Ocho Rios and Negril, as well as the lesser-known beaches in Portland.
Advantages: The Sun, The People, The Life Disadvantages: Let Me Know If You Find Any
...This place is simply the best hotel and holiday I have ever, ever had. Now I could leave it at that but I expect you want a bit more information to as why?
The Riu Club Hotel Negril (also refferred to as Riu Negril) is all inclusive so you don't need to worry about paying while away.
Please remember if you go to Jamaica they charge you to leave the country at the airport. The cheapest way...
Advantages: Sun, sunsets, rum, beaches Disadvantages: Hassle from vendors, not a lot of attractions
Negril is a tourist town on the NW of the island of Jamaica. Numerous hotels of all sizes and budgets are located along this, essentially one street town. You'll also find a never ending assortment of bars, cafes and restaurants, many located right on the beach.
Chances are if you fly into Jamaica, you'll land in Montego Bay. Negril is located about and hour...
Advantages: Better beach than Ochos Rios Disadvantages: hotels either side of you
...seeing at close range the country which you are visiting.
Our flight stopped off at Montego Bay en route where we changed aircraft and then it flew on again to Negril. At Negril we were met by the hoards of taxi drivers trying to give us lifts and drug dealers tempting us with their wares (NB it is illegal to possess cannabis in Jamaica so don't get caught if you are tempted) but we knew that Couples...
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