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Six Great Places to Party on the Beach in Negril, Jamaica

It might be argued that Negril invented Caribbean tourism. Even before there was widespread travel to the region, there was Negril. And the world-famous Seven Mile Beach on Jamaica’s northwestern coast is one of the most entertaining places in the entire region. Live music, fresh food, and dancing that simply never stops. If you’re looking to party, Negril is the place. Here are six great places to party right on the beach in Negril.

Alfred’s Ocean Palace

Live reggae, right on the ocean in Negril. Anything else you need to know?

Rick’s Cafe

Rick’s was on the scene early on in Negril’s development as a tourism destination — it was actually the first public bar on Seven Mile Beach. And it remains one of your best bets for a spectacular time — day or night.

Roots Cafe Negril

The home of the former Roots Bamboo restaurant on Seven Mile Beach, this beach eatery is another great place for live reggae — even during the week — and great food.

Bourbon Beach

Bourbon Beach is as much an entertainment complex as it is a beach bar: three bars, a restaurant and even places to stay the night — if you ever plan to sleep, that is.

Jungle Night Club

The Jungle Night Club is a full-fledged nightlife hub, with two floors. It’s really about one thing: dancing. And also dancing.

Rockhouse Pushcart

Negril’s lovely Rockhouse boutique hotel has its own “Pushcart,” an al fresco beach bar and restaurant perched on a cliff above the sea. The food, which takes its cues from traditional Jamaican street food, is an experience in itself.

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