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Negril is a beach resort on Jamaica's westernmost tip and although thousands of package tourists arrive there every year, it has retained a laid back atmosphere. One of Negil's prime attractions is that you can tan the whole booty there, without too many problems. Negril is also one of the few places in Jamaica where contacts with the locals are quickly made. Woodcarvers sell their crafts on the beach and the roads are lined with numerous makeshift food and jerk pork stalls that are manned by friendly locals.

An interesting place to visit it the Negril Watershed Environmental Protection Area. It is Jamaica's oldest protected wilderness zone and was created in order to preserve wildlife in the entire Negril region. The reserve includes a marine park, the Great Morass swampland north of Negril town and nearby mangrove forests.

Negril has a stunning, 11 km (7 miles) long beach. There are many hotels and restaurants in town. Negril is 170 km west of Kingston.


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