Moon Dance Cliffs

West End Road, Negril, Caribbean

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    Secluded Cliffside


    Located past the Lighthouse, this place is out of the way but has all the comforts you would need. Rooms start at $225 and go up to $1875 a night for the 5 BR villa, depending on when you visit.
    3 restaurants, a spa, large pool and more---this part of the coast has a little harsher tide making swimming harder except in sheltered coves but the lower cliffs and beach is only a taxi ride away---
    specials on their website----
    They also have a beach resort which you can visit for free-----

    Unique Quality: isolated, luxury

    Directions: past the lighthouse on the right

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Forum Posts

horseback riding

by mcclain

How much was it to go hoarseback riding in Negril?

Re: horseback riding

by rcarlson5284

$65 at Rhodes Plantation for the "mountain tour" Less for just the beach. You do the beach and the mountain on the "mountain" tour. You can take a swim with your horse at the end of either.

Best way to get to Rhodes is on the "Wild Thing" from Negril. That's an extra $80 or so each. The boat beaches right at the Beach at this former 1700's sugar plantation owned by the Rhodes family of Rhodesia fame and the founders of the Rhodes Scholarship program. Otherwise, it's about a $10 cab ride from Negril.

It's a good way to spend a day and get away from the vendors on the beach for a few hours.

Travel Tips for Negril

I could kick myself for not bringing..

by brit41

Extra workout clothes (if you plan to use the gym). The humidity makes it hard to hand wash and dry out in time for another use! Also, I would have brought extra underwear for the same above reason!
At our hotel's restaurants, a strict dress code was enforced. If I could do it all over again, I would have brought a pair of leather sandals and/or a pair of heels just in case. Lastly, I wish I would have brought a travel supply of laundry detergent and/or baking soda/Shout to get out any possible stains that you may get on your clothing! lots of SUNTAN LOTION! I brought three bottles ranging from SPF 15-30 and I still got scorching burned the first day! You will need to bring extra suntan lotion so that you can re-apply when you get out of the ocean. The sun is much more intense there it seems! Also, extra bandaids, extra bug spray, and hydrocortisone. The first day in the ocean I got stung by a jelly fish. The nurse at the hotel applied hydrocortisone cream on my leg and it worked wonders! Clothesline and clothes pins to dry clothes from. They do provide an umbrella at Couples Swept Away, but I brought a poncho anyway and it was helpful. It rains off and on there so you have to be prepared. extra MAGAZINES! Girls, if you plan to buy more at the hotel it will cost you. About $10 per magazine to be exact! YIKES!

To the lighthouse

by toonsarah

At the far end of Negril’s West End Road, where I suspect many tourists never venture, is the lighthouse. Built 1894, it is still in use today to guide shipping around this rocky coastline. It stands 66 feet tall (with the light 100 feet above sea level) and is nowadays powered by solar energy.

The lighthouse is set in a small grassy area with good views of the sea. Nearby are several old buildings, one of which at least is still inhabited by the lighthouse keeper and his family (and several noisy dogs!) We gathered that if you would like to climb the tower you need only ask him, assuming he’s around when you visit, and there’s no official fee for this, though of course a tip would be appreciated, if not expected. We were quite hot from our walk, however, so decided against the climb in favour of spending some time taking a few photos, relaxing in the shade of the trees and examining the rocks for coral remains.

In the mood

by solopes about Rick's Cafe

Well... I saw no one eating more than sandwiches, but I saw hundreds drinking (and diving in the sea or in the pool).

For sure, this is not a place for a formal meal, but it is the most animated place for a snack or drink.

Gotta go horse back riding!

by tpangelinan

This is a must do if you are near Negril, take a tour by horse back with Chukka Blue through the Blue Mountains and on to the beach. You will even get to ride the horses in the ocean. This is so worth every penny! The ride take abput 2 1/2 hours total and take you all through the Rain Forest the Blue Mountains and down to the beach so you can run your horse in the ocean. The guides are wonderful and very friendly and if you have a camera they will take it from you several times to take a photo of you and your partner. The horses are very well tempered and easy to ride even for a first time rider. So follow us through this wonderful journey.

Walking on Lighthouse Road

by dustmon

Lighthouse Road is the road that goes up the cliff from the roundabout in the center of Negril. I really enjoy walking this road even though sometimes cars go past pretty quickly! The rule of the road is, that when you hear a car coming and if the road is narrow, just slow down and let them pass, then continue on. If you are staying up at one of the cliff-side resorts, you can go for a walk and talk to real craftsmen and women, stop and get a cold Red Stripe beer, or strike up a conversation with a local. Yes, you will probably be asked to stop and look over goods from plenty of folk and if you like what you see, do so, but if not a "no thanks" is usually enough. One trick I have learned is to walk with someone and be having a conversation---most folk will not interrupt if you are into a conversation. I have been going to Negril for over 35 years and have friends there, so I enjoy seeing and talking to them----Confidence when walking is key---do not feel pressured by anyone and keep smiling!
Negril is truly a Garden of Eden in alot of ways---check out the photo of the mango tree on the side of the Road..........all kinds of fruit and veggie trees line the road, such as breadfruit and papaya.....


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Address: West End Road, Negril, Caribbean