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Grand Anse Beach

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Grand Anse Beach

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Private Tour from Montego Bay to Negril Beach and Rick's Café

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Experience the beauty and tranquility of seven miles of uninterrupted white sand beach, savor the sun, and throw off all inhibitions. The Experience starts with a scenic ride along the coastline. We then make our way over to Negril Beach. Spend a few hours relaxing at the famous Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville located in the center of Negril’s pristine white sand seven-mile beach. Participate in the wide array of water sports activities or just stroll up and down the beach at your leisure. <br>As we make our way to Rick’s Café, take a short drive through the village of “Red Ground” for a close-up look at the Negril Community and life behind the scenes. At Rick’s Café enjoy a live reggae band and a party atmosphere as you watch the spectacular sunset and daring cliff diving.
$64.00 $80 per adult
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saucyshire wrote a review Oct 2020
Brooklyn, New York25 contributions
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Visited while on cruise 🚢 the beach was not crowded as it was a selected tour. The water was calm, clean and clear. Service at the bar was good . My cousin and her friend we had a good time.Will definitely visit again.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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We❤️2Travel wrote a review Jul 2020
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We walked around the port and enjoyed the views! We decided to head tonGrand Anse (since we had been there before). This time we took public transport! If you walk out of the port and go left (pass all of the outdoor vendors and go about 1/4 mile) you’ll come to the town’s bus depot!! The locals are super friendly and will direct you! There are a specific set of buses (super small transport- maybe 15 people tops). The fare was only $2USD per person one way. And all you have to do is tell the driver to give you a heads up when your stop for Grand Anse comes. It’s about 25 mins (because of the crazy traffic). The beach is beautiful!! Half moon bay with crystal clear water! We laid out our towels and enjoyed snacks and drinks we had packed in our backpack! We spent a few hours soaking in the sun! Hardly any peddlers in this beach.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Jacqui S wrote a review Apr 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom138 contributions62 helpful votes
We had a few hours here as part of a cruise and so got the water taxi to this beach. It was a very long white sand beach with amazing crystal clear water. There was lots to see for snorkelling including huge starfish. There were also some water sports available (banana boats etc). Sunloungers were available to hire and drinks were cheap. We did not have food and don't even know if this is available here.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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bigglesStrathaven wrote a review Apr 2020
Glasgow, United Kingdom712 contributions229 helpful votes
Whats not to like about lying back in the sun and sampling the clear blue waters.Fort George and its vantage point looking over the island plus the history to discover of the early years on the island.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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DavePen49 wrote a review Mar 2020
Penmaenmawr, United Kingdom214 contributions71 helpful votes
The day we were there it was cold and overcast. Didn't stay long, just enough time to say we'd swam there.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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