I recently went on a Caribbean cruise with my good friend and her family. We visited Jamaica, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel, Mexico. It was easy for us to all agree that Jamaica was our favorite visit, thanks to the tour we had of Negril.
Our tour guide, Angi, drove an hour out of her way to pick us up in Montego Bay. This made it more convenient and cost friendly for us to participate in this amazing tour. The car ride allowed us to see more of the island and to see the everyday life of the locals. We all instantly clicked with Angi (i can imagine anyone can because she is so friendly and genuine) and we felt like we instantly made a friend.
After we made it to Negril, we went to a beach to meet our boat driver Seymour. This beach was actually where the real Captain Jack Sparrow was captured which added to the experience. Our boat tour lead us to the most western tip of the island. Along the way, we swam in caves and jumped off cliffs where the locals go. This was honestly the coolest experience of my life. The water was so clear, and the spots were secluded and beautiful. Seymour even jumped off the cliffs with us!
Throughout the tour, alcohol and snacks were included. We eventually went back to shore and did some local shopping at stands along the beach (not at all like the tourists shops at port). We then went to lunch at Bourbon beach where we ate jerk chicken. The scene was to die for, with local bands to perform later that night. If our cruise ship wasn't leaving so soon, that would have been the place to be.
That was a packed day that went by too fast. We were able to experience the culture in such a unique and unforgettable way. Angi definitely was open to letting us choose what we wanted to do in Negril, but all of her suggestions were the way to go. I honestly had the best time of my life in Negril and will always want to return for a visit. Angi and Seymour are definitely to thank for being such amazing people and tour guides, and for creating such a memorable experience for tourists searching for the true culture of Jamaica.
Not to mention, Angi found us on facebook and has kept in touch with us. She also sent us the 100+ pictures she took of us experiencing Jamaica, with no extra charge. I would definitely recommend JuJu tours to anyone who visits Jamaica!
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