Weather Averages for Negril in January
Averages for Negril in January
Negril is a legendary beach resort in western Jamaica. Rated as one of the top ten beaches in the world by many travel magazines, Negril’s beach is famous for its untouched beauty and incredible length. Negril’s beach spans about four miles of unbroken coastline – although travel editors and many tourists for some reason insist that the beach stretches for 7 miles. The northern end of the beach is home to the large, all-inclusive resorts, and to the south tourists can find smaller, family-run hotels.
Enjoying perfect subtropical climate, Negril is warm all year round, while sea water temperatures float around a welcoming 27 degrees Celsius. Daytime high peaks can go as high as 28 degrees while lows rarely drop below 21 degrees. Even in January, the sun shines for full 9 hours, brightening the magnificent sands of Negril. There are many things to do and see in Negril, all you have to do is explore and be open to new experiences.
Visitors to the island can enjoy a plethora of maritime activities, including Stanley’s Deep Sea Fishing. At Stanley’s, tourists can actually fish alongside local experts and take their fresh catch to any nearby local eatery to have them cooked; you can’t get fresher fish than that. The prices are quite affordable for a boat trip plus deep sea fishing, and guarantee a full day’s worth of fishing off Negril’s stunning shores.
An exquisite resort that offers surprisingly low prices in the month of January is none other than the Citronella. Offering traditional Jamaican cottages on rocky cliffs that overlook Negril’s famous waters, the Citronella is one of the hottest and most desirable resorts. Tranquil and exotic, this hotel has well-kept lawns and beautiful gardens. The food at the Citronella is sublime too, as the resort maintains a well-known restaurant that serves local delicacies.