What could be better than a relaxed day on a tropical beach in an exotic location?
We’ll get this out of the way first since it’s self-evident: Jamaica’s beaches are heavenly. These small paradises are distinguished by palm-backed sand and a near-constant sea wind. The island has a multitude of sandy stretches that will make your vacation unforgettable.
Yet there’s something special about clean white sand beaches. An exquisite length of powdered soft sand flanked on one side by vivid tropical green palms and on the other by soothing turquoise waves crashing into the coast. The beauty of white-sand beaches will take your breath away.
One white sand beach that we cannot get enough of is Negril’s Seven Miles Beach; with a five mile stretch of white sand, shimmering turquoise waters, fantastic watersports, and stunning sunsets, this is certainly a beach for everyone – from the romantic to the free spirit. We’ll offer you five reasons why we cannot get enough of this gorgeous white sand beach.
A Chance To Relax:
Cool down with a dip, then settle into a seaside chair and read for a bit before ordering some grilled lobster and coconut water from a coconut picked off the coconut tree. No matter how you choose to unwind, if you allow yourself to really appreciate the moment, you will feel your tension slip away.
The tranquil shoreline is ideal for paddleboarding in the sparkling warm waves. Get some exercise while appreciating Jamaica’s gorgeous landscape by swimming on the seven-mile beach’s dazzling blue Caribbean waves.
If you’re feeling daring and want to make a splash, follow the cliff jumpers to the 35-foot (10-meter) outcrop. The café facing the cliffs above Pirate’s Cove is the most popular meeting point to witness all the antics, and the local teenagers take advantage of this by coming around to collect money for their amazing dives. Blue Skies offers catamaran cruises to Rick’s Café, and the caves, where cliff jumpers can be seen.
Scuba Diving and Snorkeling:
Put on your scuba or snorkeling gear and go underwater to observe some tropical fish and coral. Stingrays live in these waters, so bring your underwater camera. The sites you may expect to see will differ based on where you live and the time of year. Squirrelfish, angelfish, clownfish, parrotfish, butterflyfish, turtles, and rock lobsters are prevalent in establishing homes and foraging. We have even seen pods of dolphins dancing around the ocean floor.
Enjoy the sunset:
The beach includes restaurants and clubs along its beachfront where you can enjoy the magnificent Caribbean sunset and delight in local food and cool beverages after a day of seeing marine life in the turquoise seas. The actual partying will begin soon, so dance the night away to the rhythmic Jamaican Reggae beats.
Seven Mile Beach is located near Negril, a tiny tourist town on Jamaica’s westernmost tip. The easiest method to get to Seven Mile Beach is to book your private transportation from Montego Bay International Airport (MBJ) to Blue Skies Beach Resort or other excursions in Jamaica, either our standard transport, luxury or Party Bus. In the Party Bus, you’ll feel like you’re in first class with air conditioning and a full-service bar with your choice of Beer, Rum Punch, Rum, Gin, Vodka, White Wine, Red Wine, Chasers, and Water, or your own select top shelf alcohol.
Seven Mile Beach is a popular year-round attraction. The winter months attract the greatest tourists, yet because the beach is long and wide, it never seems overcrowded.
Here is the ideal destination to enjoy tropical Jamaica in style, with beach parties, Caribbean food, reggae, shaded palm trees, and crystal blue sea. Relax on a pristine sandy beach amid swaying palm trees, with the glittering Caribbean Sea right there to refresh you.