Rick’s Cafe

Building on the Good Stuff

World Renowned Rick’s Cafe is the adventurist’s greatest delight. Cliff diving, live entertainment and a breathtaking view to make the perfect recipe for a day out on the town.

Located in the western parish of Negril, Westmoreland in Jamaica, this long time favourite has been a local and tourist favourite since April 1974.

The highest cliff is estimated to be approximately 35 feet so for all you risk takers out there hoo ha! But if you’re a little less daring, don’t worry because there are many diving levels to accommodate your comfort level. PArents can jump, children too, grandparents if you dare. It’s a great adventure for the whole family.

So without further ado…..

 

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