Errol's Sunset Cafe and Guesthouse

Norman Manley Blvd., Negril Beach, Negril, PO, Caribbean
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JUTA bus

by Opus420

Wondering how much the JUTA bus is to Negril from Sangster (Montego Bay)
& how often does it run?

Re: JUTA bus

by YVRDave

There are many JUTA buses, as they are usually private operators, available. last time I paid $60US for a private transfer.
JUTA is the Jamican Tourist Association(or Authority).
Other options are taxi, unregulated taxi, or local bus. Prices lower the further right you read.

Re: JUTA bus

by Opus420

Thanx Dave, helps me alot.

Re: JUTA bus

by NegrilPirate

You can book Juta Tours online for approx. $25 USD each way to Negril.

Re: JUTA bus

by YVRDave

Arrrgh, good to know the non private rate. Thanks Pirate

Re: JUTA bus

by Opus420

Thanx NegrilPirate, Maybe see ya at MiYard in April

Re: JUTA bus

by IrieAlisa

I use Clives Transportation Services. He is awesome! I've been using his co. for years now. $36 r/t from MBJ to Negril... Always on time, friendly drivers, and no b-s.

www.clivestransportservicejamaica.com

Travel Tips for Negril

Mosquito Repellant, Skin so soft...

by krisfromthevalley

you shouldn't bring much bc you're basically going to be in the water or laying out most of the time. Bring flip flops, your bathing suit, and if you decide to go to Hedonism--you won't need anything at all.

Roaring River

by chinsky

There is a place called the Roaring River, which is a 1/2 hour trip from Negril. (Actually, it's just NE of Savannah La Mar) It is a beautiful place to see. The mountain mineral springs are a fabulous place to swim and according to locals, cure what ails you. When you get there are guides waiting to take you on tours of the springs and caves. Ask for Alvin. He was a very good guide and was very helpfull!!!
During the tour you learn about the caves and you get to swim in 2 seperate mineral springs. At the end of the tour, your guide may play music for you in the music room, a place they say Bob Marley used to sit and write music sometimes.

Lobsters are good

by balieyes about Bamboo

. the offer of places to eat is almost endless in negril. you find several stalls like this on the beach, where you can taste the local fast foods. mainly jerk chicken and patties. patties were my favorite cheap meal. there is the vegetable and the meat patty. you can't leave jamaica without tasting the jerk chicken either. the local dish is rice and beans. other local delicacies are the mushroom omelets, the crabs and the lobsters. in more expensive restaurants you can also have fish meals. meal prices, as everything else in jamaica, are not cheap, though.

Mayfield Falls

by krisfromthevalley

A nice walk through falls in freshwater...with a very knowledgeable tour guide. Has minicascades and swimming holes. So don't forget that you'll be wearing your swim suits. So much better than the touristy Dunns Falls. They make you wear water shoes bc our flip flops weren't sturdy enough..they really helped us out..bc you can easily fall. Totally worth it!

Appleton Estate Rum Tour

by toonsarah

Rum has been distilled on the Appleton Estate, the oldest sugar estate and distillery in Jamaica, continuously since 1749, and is still at it today. So when you turn up here for the Appleton Estate Rum Tour don’t be surprised to see a factory-like structure pouring smoke into the air – this is very much a working distillery first and tourist attraction second. And it is a great attraction if you like rum! The tour lasts about an hour and covers various stages of the distilling process, as well as giving visitors a sense of the history of rum production here. Oh, and you do get to drink some rum!

Our tour took about an hour. The first part covered some of the history and earlier processes, such as the resident donkey "Pax" demonstrating how juice was extracted from sugar cane in the 18th century (photo 2), and a chance for some of us to have a go at pressing canes ourselves. We tasted some of the sugar cane juice, and also some of the thick black molasses that forms the basis of the rum – if you have a sweet tooth the latter is particularly delicious!

After a walk past a number of implements that were used in the early days of distilling here, we were taken into the Distillery itself, which was very hot (and was the one place on the tour where no photos were allowed). Here we saw the series of compressors through which the rum is gradually refined from the original fermented molasses. Next we went to the Ageing House, lined with barrels and kept at a constant cool temperature by the slowly evaporating rum.

Finally we returned to the Visitor Centre and the part of the tour that I think most of us were waiting for – the tasting! We were shown into a small bar where over a dozen bottles were lined up, including several strengths of white and dark rum and various rum-based liqueurs. The guide explained that we were going to be able to taste any or all of them – he asked only that we listen to his descriptions of all of them first, and that we used a fresh paper cup for each one we tried so as not to contaminate the flavours. So once he had finished his explanations about them all, we were free to help ourselves to as much as we wanted of any of them – he even said that if any bottle ran out we were to tell him and he would open a new one. Perhaps surprisingly, no one abused this generosity, though we did all make the most of the opportunity :) Our particular favourites were the spiced rum and the coffee flavoured liqueur Blue Mountain Mist. We were also all given a miniature bottle of the best-selling Appleton rum, V/X.

The shop on the site did great business following the tasting, as you can imagine, and prices here were very reasonable. However we waited to buy our rum at the airport because of the restrictions on liquids in hand baggage – we didn’t want to risk putting the bottles in hold baggage having seen how this is handled!

The tour runs Monday – Saturday, 9.00AM – 4.00PM. I’m afraid I don’t know how much it costs as we did it as part of a full day out, but I don’t think it can be expensive for what you get.

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Address: Norman Manley Blvd., Negril Beach, Negril, PO, Caribbean