Negril Transportation

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    Wes' Taxi Service

    by sinjabc Written Feb 5, 2014
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    Wes' Taxi Service is excellent in every aspect. Wes had great recommendations while we were staying in Negril and he was very flexible with his rates. We met him while we were staying at Jah B's in Negril.

    He recommended a great catamaran sunset cruise for us. He was also half the price of the red-plated taxis.

    Excellent and we will certainly use him again when we return to Negril.

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    Clive's Transport Service

    by sinjabc Written Feb 5, 2014

    I was so relieved I pre-booked Clive's Transport Service online prior to arrival. As soon as you exit Montego Bay airport, you are swarmed by taxi/transport service providers.

    I pre-booked Clive's online and did not receive an email response. So, I emailed again and Georgina assured me my transport to/from the airport was arranged. I assumed the roundtrip each way rate was $25, but it was $30 when I arrived. A gentleman was waiting to the right of the exit with a sign. He showed me to our driver and I was given a complimentary bottle of cold water (or red stripe).

    Chris was a great driver: very friendly, informative, and funny. He also drove me back to the airport. Chris is a safe driver and handles the roads well at safe speeds.

    Would easily use Clive's again.

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    Transport from MJB (Montego Bay)

    by Dabs Written Apr 15, 2013

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    Most flights go into Montego Bay (MJB) or Kingston, Montego Bay is definitely more convenient for Negril. While there are flights between Montego Bay and Negril, most people opt for ground transportation.

    We opted for a shared shuttle between the airport and the hotel, usually it comes with the package tours but with Expedia it wasn't included or even offered. I had used JUTA on all of our previous trips so once off the plane we located the JUTA desk and booked a round trip transfer for $50 per person round trip plus an extra $5 which they said was because I used my credit card.

    We only waited for 5-10 minutes before being loaded onto a shuttle van for the 1 3/4 hour drive to Negril. We arranged a pick up time at the airport for the return trip and that transfer was pretty much on time and got us to the airport with enough time but not too much time.

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    Ride from Mobay Airport to Negril and tours

    by dustmon Updated Jun 22, 2012

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    Tony from Negril

    My old friend Tony Vassel can pick you up at Mobay Airport for the 1 1/2 hour trip to Negril. He has a nice van and charges about $75-$80 for the one-way trip, which can be divided amongst the passengers. He will drive you directly to your hotel or cottage, and will stop for food and drink if requested. Tony also rents scooters and also takes folk to places outside Negril such as Y's Falls or the Appleton Rum Factory. Prices depend on how many are going, and how far away the trip goes.

    updated june 2012---price gone up mon---now $80 for the trip, 2-6 people.
    Tony also took us to the local "Blue Hole" mineral springs near Negril as well as a driving tour of the area---very cool!

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    Tryall Club Ruins photo oportunity

    by dustmon Written May 14, 2011

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    Waterwheel ruins near Mobay

    On the way to or from Mobay, check out the ruins of a huge waterwheel near Mobay on the grounds of the Tryall Club, a huge golf resort on both sides of the road. The ruins are on the land side of the road and a good picture oportunity either going to or coming from Negril to the airport. (or if staying at Tryall!)

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    Taxi Driver supreme

    by dustmon Written May 3, 2011

    I met Obrian on this latest trip April 2011---he gave us a couple of taxi rides around the beach area at reasonable prices in a clean, nice car. He also is a tour guide for Dunns River Falls and other attractions near Negril----he can also pick you up at Mobay airport for the ride to Negril charging from $60-80 depending on how many......Nice guy----

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    Ride to horse back riding!

    by tpangelinan Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    When you setup your tour, ask for a ride and they will come and pick you up at your resort. This location goes to Montego Bay, there is another location by Ocho Rios, check to the website below for contact info.

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  • Bennett Taxi Service

    by sabodiguel Written Sep 5, 2010

    Whether you are a resort-bound, club-hopping, or cultural exploring tourist, try out this taxi service. The transportation service includes a 7-passenger van fully air conditioned and equipped with seatbelts, which can be rare in Jamaica. Damion Bennett is from the Westmoreland area and can provide interesting tours of the beatutiful Westmoreland Parish. Explore the various landscapes of the Mayfield Waterfalls, Black River, Treasure Beach and Roaring River while getting to know the Jamaican people, cousine and music. For those wishing to stay within Negril, Damion will provide reliable and safe taxi service from your hotel to restaurants, tourists attractions and clubs. Airport pick-up from Montego Bay to Negril is also available.

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  • shorty tours and transportation service

    by kiven22 Written May 16, 2010

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    I just got back from a wonderful 2 week vacation in Negril Jamaica. Shorty was my driver/tourguide/security for most of those weeks. Wow! Congratulations Shorty you are extremely professional and courtious. If you are wondering about his service I rate it 10++

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    Champion Tours Airport Transfers Negril

    by AChaves Updated May 2, 2010

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    We really lucked out when we traveled to Negril for the first time. Champion Tours provided great local service around town, custom tours, and transport to the airport in Montego Bay. Champion, the owner, has a large van that can accommodate a small group. The van is pretty new, so it was reliable and the service was always very professional. The prices were great as well. We saw that this specific driver was well known around town and trusted by many travelers who come to Jamaica annually. You can call him from anywhere in town, or Jamaica for that matter, and he comes right away to take you where you need to go. And you can usually find him around the Xtabi Resort on the cliffs in the West End. We tried some other drivers/transportation services during our stay but Champion Tours was by far the best.

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  • Ground Transportation to Negril

    by wirelessgator Updated Feb 21, 2010

    I have been to Jamaica 5 times and would like to find the most inexpensive, fastest way to get from Montego Bay/Sangster to Negril. The last time we had a group and hired a taxi from Royal Decameron Resort to Negril. It certainly did not take 2 hours to get there and we stopped several times. So,besides the airplanes,please advise us of other transportation.

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    Taxi Services

    by jessiem Written Jul 7, 2009

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    If you need safe, reasonably priced transportation throughout Negril, call our favorite taxi-driver, Juba. If you are a female traveling alone, you can trust that Juba will watch out for you while you shop. He will also show you where to go in the plaza for an ATM, the closet grocery store or pharmacy. Any questions you have about the area, Juba will most likely know. He is very reasonable with pricing. A taxi ride to the West-End is typically J$ 300. However, Juba will negotiate prices and will not raise his prices simply for being a tourist. You can trust that prices will stay consistent with any passenger. If any taxi driver waits for you while you shop, you are expected to pay for that time. However, you can also ask to be dropped off at your destination and call the driver when you are ready to be picked up without the extra charge.

    If you are looking to travel outside of the Negril area to the YS or Mayfield Falls, you may want to consider finding a taxi car in prime condition since the roads are damaged and very bumpy. For your safety, comfort and budget, consider taking a tour bus with other travelers to these destinations. Transporting many people at a time makes it much cheaper for everyone. The vans are also more likely to be air-conditioned.

    J.U.T.A. Taxi Drivers Robert and Jackie can take you around town or to destinations such as: YS Falls, Belvedere Estate Interpretive Village, Mayfield Falls, Seaford Town Area, Cane Fields, Old Sugar Factory, Rum Factory, Black River Boat Trips, Bamboo Banana Boat Raft Trips, and Savanna-la- Mar. It is typically $100 to go to Mayfield Falls and back, a 3 hour round-trip. It is $23 per person from the Montego Bay airport to Negril, $75 minimum charge. As with any taxi, always ask for the price before getting in. Always negotiate pricing if you do not know the taxi driver.

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    Hire a driver

    by malianrob Written Apr 14, 2009

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    To many places that we went to we hired a driver. We met Lee at Ricks Cafe and from then on if we wanted to do something we called Lee up and he took us. He isnt a crazy driver, he is very professional and seems like a good person. He gave us fair prices to go places and he was very trustworthy.
    I think we saved alot of time by going with Lee and he knows everything about the island. He took us to good local places to eat that were affordable and he has a nice big van/bus.

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  • Air Shuttle to Negril

    by rastaman4159 Updated Jul 15, 2008

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    Just returned from a great trip to Negril and wanted to give a thumbs up to the service we used, Clive's Transportation Service Jamaica. We came across Clive's company on the internet while browsing and chose to give him a try. Booking the shuttle can easily be done on-line, and we received an e-mail confirming the booking. We were met directly at the exit to the airport terminal by a young man with a sign for Clive's and promptly offered our complimentary choice of free water, soda, or Red Stripe Beer. A nice touch and those Red Stripes sure were a nice welcome to the country. Clive himself drove the van, which was clean and cooled by AC. We had the whole van to ourselves from Montego Bay to Negril, and Clive gave us a nice descritive tour along the way, even stopping to pick us up something along the drive. Even better, at the end of our stay, Clive called the hotel the day before our departure to confirm our return, and showed up promptly at the alloted time. We understand Clive can handle parties from two up to over forty as he handles busses for wedding parties as well. He also can do any number of tours, though we did not do so. We would reccomend Clive as he proved reliable, courteous, and genuinely friendly. He has a website at www.clivestransportservicejamaica.com. He is, as they say, IRAE! Respect.

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    Afforable Airport Transfers

    by suemck Written Jul 8, 2008

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    www.juta.negril is a reliable shuttle service & also the cheapest way to get from Montego Bay airport to Negril & back. You can book your airport pickup on line. You may share a small or large tour bus with other visitors which sometimes makes it more fun. About $20US one way, a regular charter taxi wil cost you upwards of $60US one way.

    Also a good company to book tours with whilst you are on the island, safe & very courteuos drivers too!

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