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Seven Mile Beach
Seven Mile Beach

Seven Mile Beach

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152 Reviews
Free admission
Alice Eldermire Drive, Negril

The Basics

There’s much more going on here than just miles of white sand. Many of Negril’s main resorts line the beach, and private operators abound offer activities such as snorkeling, water-skiing, parasailing, and glass-bottom boat rides. Breezy open-air restaurants and beach bars are plentiful for delicious beachfront meals and drinks.

You can experience Seven Mile Beach on your own, or with a group or private half-day or full-day tour leaving from Falmouth, Montego Bay, Negril, or Ocho Rios. Depending on your departure city, tours may include time at the beach for sunbathing and water activities along with highlights of the chosen area, including a stop at local institutions like Rick’s Cafe or Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville for sunset jams. Tours typically include round-trip transportation but not rental fees.

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Negril Day Trip to Seven Mile Beach and Rick's Cafe from Montego Bay Hotels

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Negril Day Trip to Seven Mile Beach and Rick's Cafe from Montego Bay Hotels
$86.00 per adult
7 Mile Beach and Ricks cafe
The guide was knowledgeable, accommodating and very friendly. 7 mile beach was perfect, the sand was white, clean and pristine and ocean was like bath water. Ricks cafe was amazingly not crowded and the view was phenomenal!
Gregory_J, Nov 2020

Recent reviews from experiences in Negril

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Cornell!!!
Peter_S, Mar 2020
Negril FunDay Seven Miles Beach/ Rick's Cafe Private Tour from Montego Bay
Cornell is a knowledgeable man. He enjoys telling you lots of facts about Jamaica and the people. He took his time with us and showed us his land, made stops to buy ice cream, and was all in all a patient and happy man.
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Worth it
voudalex, Feb 2020
Negril Day Trip to Seven Mile Beach and Rick's Cafe from Montego Bay Hotels
Seven mile beach and ricks cafe was an amazing experience a bit disappointed from the driver that took us he kept talking on his cell phone all the way there and back
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Margaritaville and Rick’s Cafe
A_W, Mar 2020
Negril Day Trip to Seven Mile Beach and Rick's Cafe from Montego Bay Hotels
Beautiful sights. Gorgeous sunset. Our driver was great at sharing some history and being flexible with us.
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Beautiful Ricks Cafe
oliviapascazi, Feb 2020
Negril Day Trip to Seven Mile Beach and Rick's Cafe from Montego Bay Hotels
Ricardo was an excellent tour guide. Kind and knowledgeable about the history of Jamaica! Ricks cafe was definitely the highlight of the trip. A must see for everyone!

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Seven Mile Beach is a must-do for sun and sand lovers, including families with small children.

  • Remember to bring sun protection and swimwear. Snorkeling and other water-sports gear are available for rent, as are umbrellas and beach chairs.

  • Restaurants and bars dot the beach and serve up casual fare.

  • Note that there may be partially or fully nude sunbathers.

  • Hustling hawkers of various trinkets and services may feel aggressive at times.

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How to Get There

Seven Mile Beach is directly north of Negril’s center along Norman Manley Blvd. You can access the beach outside of the all-inclusive hotels, which restrict their sands to their guests. Have a taxi drop you off at the stretch called Bourbon Beach, which also has public bars and restaurants.

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When to Get There

Seven Mile Beach is a popular destination year-round. High-season winter months see the most visitors, but the beach is long and wide, so it never feels too crowded.

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A Beach Beacon

Visible in the distance from Seven Mile Beach is the lovely Negril Lighthouse. Standing 65 feet (20 meters) tall at Jamaica’s most westernmost point, it is one of the earliest concrete lighthouses and has been guiding ships away from the craggy promontory since 1894.

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