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Negril is known for its miles of beautiful coastline, white sand beaches and shallow bays with calm, turquoise waters. Bloody Bay and Long Bay together are known as “Seven Mile Beach”. The bay is protected by coral reefs and is a well known snorkeling and scuba diving destination.
First time and experienced snorkelers can enjoy the beautiful and healthy reefs of Negril with our certified lifeguards who can spot the different types of marine life for you!
Sergeant Major, groupers, colorful sponges and rays are frequent visitors in Jamaican waters together with schools of colorful tropical fish.
In the afternoon you can join the Catamaran Cruise, spotting incredible marine life while snorkeling through the Pirate Caves, having fun at the famous Rick’s Cafe and enjoy the Jamaican rum onboard of our catamaran on your way back!
IMPORTANT: All services in Jamaica are exclusively for RIU guests. Access to guests of other hotels can only be granted if we receive your online booking 48+ hours in advance to inform RIU that you agree to purchase a day pass at US$60/ person to use their facilities incl. ScubaCaribe, All Inclusive restaurants & bars, pools etc. Except on public holidays.
Half Moon Beach has a spectacular landscape from Negril throughout Jamaica's north coast. This catamaran cruise is ideal if you travel alone, with a group of friends, with your family or with that special someone. You will swim, sunbathe, stroll, enjoy a delicious lunch at the beach, relax in a hammock and spend a great vacation day in Negril!
A tranquil village, endless beaches, colorful reefs, Jamaican rum, supermen jumping off the 80ft/ 24m cliff at Rick’s Cafe, and a mesmerizing sunset - Half Moon Bay Cruise & Rick’s Cafe is your perfect choice for a memorable Jamaican adventure
First time snorkelers and experienced snorkelers will have plenty to see on the healthy reefs. Schools of tropical fish, trumpet fish, puffer fish, sergeant major and different types of rays are frequent visitors along the colorful sponges, sea fans and brain corals protected by many different types of damselfish