Negril has a diverse landscape. Although it is a popular resort town, there are also plenty of natural sites to be explored. Most are located along the coast, or have something to do with water, but there are also a few city parks that offer a great place to stop for a picnic and be surrounded by green space.
Do you want to enjoy more of your vacation outside? You might be happy to learn the area has a couple of nature preserves available.
Negril Watershed Protection Area is a popular nature preserve located in southern Negril. This area of the island was set aside for the preservation of a tropical environment and visitors often hike through for a view of the Great Morass.
Take some time to look through the table below for information on more nature preserves.
|Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||7.3 mi. North-Northeast of Central Negril|
|Negril Watershed Protection Area||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||1.7 mi. South-Southwest of Central Negril|
Although most visitors are attracted by the region's beaches, those aren't the only way to experience the area's natural beauty. One such example is. It is located in southwestern Negril.
Travelers can also spend some time in one of the many parks, as well as a botanical garden in and around Negril.
To surround yourself with beautiful tropical vegetation, consider visiting Barney's Hummingbird Garden, which is located in Negril. Explore a beautifully flourishing and well-maintained tropical garden that promotes all that is naturally beautiful about Jamaica, all the while interacting with friendly and busy hummingbirds.
A second attraction in this category is Discovery Falls. Included in your entrance fee is the zip-line, view of Negril from the mountainside, and a chance to relax in the natural spring fed lagoon and waterfall. The zipline suspends you 40 feet above ground and travels across 1000 feet through the jungle.
The parks and gardens worth considering are displayed down below.
|Barney's Hummingbird Garden||Botanical Garden||0.5 mi. Northwest of Central Negril|
|Blue Hole Mineral Spring||Park||5.1 mi. Southeast of Central Negril|
|Discovery Falls||Park||Sheffield, 2.6 mi. East of Central Negril|
|Park||16.9 mi. Northeast of Central Negril|
|Park||2.0 mi. South-Southwest of Central Negril|
If the concept of experiencing life on a tropical plantation captures your imagination, you really should consider visiting Rhodes Hall Plantation. A horseback tour around Rhodes Hall Plantation takes you to the interior of the property where there are plants indigenous to the island, a fish pond, a mangrove and crocodile reserve, and ends up on the beach.
|Rhodes Hall Plantation||Plantation||8.0 mi. North-Northeast of Central Negril||Jamaica|
Another fun idea is to go see some of the more popular naturally occurring land formations. Other types of natural attractions in Negril are shown down below.
|Bay||5.2 mi. North of Central Negril||Jamaica|
|Bay||6.7 mi. North of Central Negril||Jamaica|
|Cove||None, 1.5 mi. West-Southwest of Central Negril||None|
|Bay||7.8 mi. North-Northeast of Central Negril||Jamaica|
|Other Natural Formation||1.8 mi. South West of Central Negril||Jamaica|
Needless to say, you will find other types of attractions. You can get more details about other attractions by visiting this page.
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