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Private Tour from Montego Bay to Negril Beach and Rick's Café
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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.
US$80.00 per adult
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Wandering BC Girl wrote a review Mar 2020
Armstrong, Canada1,326 contributions94 helpful votes
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Always a great place to visit! We enjoy at least one stop at the Spice Market in St.George when we are in Grenada. Lots of local fruits, vegetables and spice - plus anything else you could want from clothing to snacks. We purchased fresh Ground Nut Sugar Cake, spices, smoothies, fresh fruit and coconut water. Part of the fun is chatting with vendors - ask questions and just say ‘no thank’ you if you don’t wish to purchase something or already have.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Janet wrote a review Mar 2020
Toronto, Canada82 contributions45 helpful votes
The market is busy and yes...there is a lot of touristy stuff for sale. Saturdays are the best days but at any time the market may be crowded with cruise ship visitors. Go early to buy fresh produce with the locals. Take the time to talk to the vendors...fabulous warm and friendly people! Just outside the market., a short wander away, is the Fish Market...worth a look too! Fresh caught tuna and Black Jack freshly caught when we visited.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Helene C wrote a review Mar 2020
Fergus, Canada38 contributions10 helpful votes
Get fresh fruit, vegetables and fish while strolling the streets in the Market Square. Friendly and helpful vendors.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Mr_Small144 wrote a review Feb 2020
Courtice, Canada73 contributions18 helpful votes
This place is full of people who prey on tourists. They all sell the same stuff, and can be very persistent. Their favourite trick is to agree to a price, then tell you it is US dollars not XCD. If you do go, be sure to agree on the currency before you start to haggle. The area is rife with large numbers of aggressive independent tour operators who will not accept "no thank you" and will hound you to buy an island tour. Also prepare for the occasional beggar and/or thief.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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southguy wrote a review Feb 2020
Terrebonne, Canada500 contributions188 helpful votes
Just outside the Cruise Port Terminal. All merchants sell about the same things. But you will find the spices you like, jellies and local made souvenirs, especially nutmeg which is their national spice. Be careful with what you want to bring back to Canada or the USA. No nuts or seeds. Spices and Jellies should be ok in a sealed jar or container.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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