7 Miles of Paradise
Posted May 20, 2014
Coming from an all inclusive in Montego Bay, we were welcomed to a lush, friendly atmosphere. The rooms were clean and serviced daily - and the staff and neighbors were friendly. We were treated to the warm, crystal clear water of the beach only 50 feet from our villa entrance (although beach view rooms are available). Food was fresh, caught on demand conch, king fish and the Jamaican native spiny lobster. For excursions seaside we were welcomed by Raymond and his boat "Susie Cruise" for excellent, guided snorkeling to the nearby reefs and caves. Snorkeling in Negril is phenomenal, with clear water and a wide assortment of life, fauna and coral. Raymond will swim with you and show you were the good stuff is - a quality of service that puts him beyond other snorkeling guides that we have experienced. If you want to skip a taxi and take a trip along the west side of the beach - Raymond will take you on an ocean side trip that you will never experience in a vehicle. Utilize this to visit the seaside caves, Rick's Cafe and the lighthouse at a very good price. For dinner you can take advantage of Raymond's island picnic, with grilled fresh caught lobster and conch soup. If you are interested in taking a trip inland to Mayfield Waterfalls, to see crocidiles at Royal Palms or a tour down the river he offers an all inclusive leaving right from the villa. Wrap it up for a trip back to to Montego Bay with the warm company of his wife.