Jamaica, known as a tourist destination with beautiful turquoise water and soft white sexy sand but the the Sunset in Negril, will rev up your romance. As the tropical breeze massage the muscles and unwind the mind, here comes the sunset in Negril. Jamaica boast a gem, when it comes to the Sunset. On several occasions during conversation with customers, family, friends; people of all nationalities who have visited a Caribbean island, a question that seems to be the talk of the town is the amazing sunset in Negril, Jamaica.
Having experience this magnificent sunset first hand, we clearly share the excitement of everyone’s fascination. A customer who was sharing her experience watching the sunset said, “I am happy for the local people of Jamaica who are able to relieve their stress daily by watching the sunset which has to be a gift from heaven.” That statement was like “wow”, we have never looked at the sunset quite like that. So we decided to ask people about their best sunset experience while on a vacation in the Caribbean.
As it turned out, sunset in Negril’s on “Seven Mile Beach” or at Rick’s Cafe in Jamaica ranked in the top two answers. Folks described the sunset in Negril as romantic, heavenly, gorgeous, stunning, magnificent, dazzling, breathtaking, and so much more. Their choices of words were so inviting I was ready to jump on a plane and take a trip to Jamaica. For those of you who may not know, Negril is located in the western corner of Jamaica, close to Montego Bay Airport. People from around the world visit Negril’s “Seven Mile Beach” to experience the soft white sand and beautiful beach. Watching the sunset in Negril has become a regular part of visitors “Things to do” list on their Jamaica vacation. As the sun starts to set, people gathered in groups or with the one they love. Everyone is sharing the moment as the sunset glows across the sea; imagination starts to wonder about this magnificent gift to life that is simply spectacular.
As one couple states, “The sunset massages the mind and rekindle the heart, it’s simply an incredible breathtaking experience.” Well, even though our trips to Negril have been on separate occasions, our first hand experience is just as the many people described, it’s perfect. In fact, we would love to visit the famous “Seven Miles Beach” each time we are in Jamaica but it’s just not practical. However, we do hope and recommend that all our visitors get a chance to visit the Sunset in Negril.
Maxie DaCosta Sr.
Robin Treston Sr.