Quite lighthouse garden with great cliff views. Free entry and very close to Rick's cafe. Worth spending an hour.
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Had a real good walk-about and ended up spending far longer (than intended) poking around at this place of NATURAL beauty and great views. Local volunteer guides (and liars par excellence - but good natured at that!) would love to engage you for as long...More
We were glad we drove our scooter to the lighthouse and got a tour for both of us for just 550 jamaican to the top of the lighthouse-to see the beautiful views. Michael was great, he gave us lots of information and let us explore...More
Call before you go. We showed up one morning and it was closed. We ended up going to Ricks Cafe so "no worries mon"! Enjoy your stay..
The Negril lighthouse is a short walk from Ricks Cafe and once you arrive there you have this beautiful lighthouse with the Caribbean ocean as your background, it doesn't get much better than that. There are a few places you can sit and relax while...More
This iconic spot is a definite must stop on the West End, but be conscious of the fact that this is not commercially run and a hang-out for hustlers. The hustlers are harmless and just looking for a couple bucks (USD) to entertain you some....More
It is right next to Ricks. There are beautiful views from the top of the Lighthouse. Also there are cliff divers as this is at the Negril Caves, and a lot less frantic than Ricks. You can go down to the water and check out...More
recently somewhat restored but did not tour it. instead we spoke with a nice Jamaican named Glen who offered up hand carvings & history. it's what we love about this country.
Once you get bored with the view ask a local to show you the 'running man'. Impressive cliff jump. Nice, safe ladder to get down to the water where you can scramble down some rocks and get in the water, snorkel, or enjoy a spliff...More
The view from the top of the lighthouse is amazing. Our Taxi driver stopped here whilst we were on a tour of Negril. The lighthouse keeper was a lovely man who showed us to the top of the lighthouse, the steps are very narrow but...More