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While Negril’s Seven Mile Beach is a renowned tourist attraction, the Negril Cliffs gained international fame in the late 1970s when the “James Bond” movie “Live and Let Die” used the backdrop of these dramatic cliffs. Today, the region is dotted with boutique resorts ensuring their rich history and beauty remain preserved while providing visitors with luxurious comfort.

How to Get There Negril is a popular tourist destination located on the far western tip of Jamaica. Upon arrival at Montego Bay’s international airport, you can get to Negril by taxi, airport transfer service or by renting a car. Once in Negril, the cliffs are a short ride south from Seven Mile Beach.

List of Attractions

  1. Cliff Jumping: The cliffs are a popular spot for daring leaps into the sea.
  2. Rick’s Café: Famous restaurant and bar known for cliff diving, live music, and arguably one of the best sunset views in Jamaica.
  3. The Lighthouse: A charming landmark that offers panoramic views of the picturesque surroundings.
  4. Watching marine life: With a peek into the clear turquoise waters, you might spot various fish, sea stars, and more.
  5. Boutique Resorts: Offering ocean views, privacy, and an array of dining options.

Ticket Information Visiting the Negril Cliffs is generally free, although individual businesses or attractions such as private beaches or restaurants may have their own charges.

List of Tips for Visiting

  1. Always check the safety conditions before cliff jumping — or watch others take the plunge if you prefer.
  2. Bring a camera or make sure your smartphone is charged for the unforgettable sunsets.
  3. Wear good walking shoes to tackle the uneven surface of the cliffs.
  4. Plan your visit around sunset time, whether to cliff dive, dine, or just to unwind.
  5. Book a stay at one of the boutique cliff-side resorts to fully immerse yourself in the beauty of this area.
  6. Use reef-safe sunscreen to protect the local marine ecosystem if you plan to swim in the sea.
  7. Finally, don’t forget to try some local Jamaican food at the many eateries and cafés lining the cliffs.

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