June Weather Averages for Negril, Jamaica

Summer in Negril, Jamaica, is gorgeous. Negril is the most prized resort on the whole island of Jamaica and one of the most famous worldwide. Negril's Seven Mile Beach is a wide stretch of sand that attracts millions of tourists each year. Hailed for its natural beauty and unspoiled environment, Negril is considered one of the best destinations in the Caribbean.

In June, daytime temperatures never go above 29 degrees Celsius and rarely drop below 24; meaning that it's never too hot...

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    • Temperature Temperature 27°C 80°F
    • High Temperature Holiday Weather 29°C 84°F
    • Low Temperature Holiday Weather 24°C 75°F
    • Sunshine Hours Sunshine Hours 10 hrs
    • Rainfall Rainfall 183 mm
    • Rainfall days Rainfall days 13 days
    • Sea Temperature Sea Temperature 28°C 82°F

    Negril Weather for June 2019

    Summer in Negril, Jamaica, is gorgeous. Negril is the most prized resort on the whole island of Jamaica and one of the most famous worldwide. Negril's Seven Mile Beach is a wide stretch of sand that attracts millions of tourists each year. Hailed for its natural beauty and unspoiled environment, Negril is considered one of the best destinations in the Caribbean.

    In June, daytime temperatures never go above 29 degrees Celsius and rarely drop below 24; meaning that it's never too hot or too cold throughout the month.  The sea stays at a comfortable 28 degrees thanks to the Caribbean sun that warms the famous beach for 10 hours every single day.

    With the high season in full swing, the cost of accommodation can be high and finding the right hotel for you may end up being a real pain. For that reason, smart tourists book with budget hotels that nonetheless offer excellent services such as the Negril Tree House Resort. A friendly and cosy hotel, the tree house is as unpretentious as it is charming. The hotel offers spacious rooms and suites, as well as a private swimming pool. Situated mere metres from the famous beaches and Negril's azure waters, you can find lots of different seaside activities without leaving the hotel. These activities include swimming, diving, snorkeling, surfing, sailing, water-skiing, parasailing, sunbathing and boat rides.

    Besides the beautiful seven-mile beach of Negril, there are several places to unwind nearby. Montego Bay is home to the Rose Hall, a calm beach that's just a few steps' away from the Iberostar and the Hilton Rose Hall. Next to Montego Bay is Doctor's Cave Beach, a paid beach with a clubhouse, beach bar and other typical facilities.

    If you'd rather head away from the crowds, look up Treasure Beach on the south coast of Jamaica. It's a much slower, laid-back community, with fishers and farmers--a great chance to mingle with the locals.

    Demanding gourmands and hungry tourists alike converge in the culinary hub known as the 3 Dives Restaurant. Local and international dishes are masterfully served for everyone to enjoy, and the prices are affordable enough to get everyone come back for seconds!

    Zimbali's Mountain Cooking Studio (Canaan Mountain) is a unique facility that combines an organic dinner and a farm tour of "real" Jamaica. The restaurant is located in the rainforest, so be sure to pack some good shoes!

    For those seeking to enjoy Negril's vibrant nightlife, the Jungle disco and sports bar is definitely the place to be. Repeatedly voted as "The Best Nightclub in the Caribbean", the Jungle is a hot and sexy Caribbean club that attracts classy tourists and party-loving locals alike. Drinks are cheap and fun is aplenty at the Jungle, where the music NEVER stops throughout the whole tourist season.

    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.

    Tourists have only started visiting Negril in the 1950s and so the beach (a large portion of which used to be hard to reach) is still largely untouched and unspoilt. To the northern edge of the resort, you can find restaurants, big hotels and upscale entertainment, while the southern part features small, local businesses and a more authentic Jamaican feel.

    A signature landmark that's spectacular this time of the year is the Negril Lighthouse, one of the earliest concrete lighthouses and a bona fide romantic spot.

    Diving enthusiasts should definitely pay a visit to Negril Scuba Centre, the definitive club for diving and snorkeling in Negril. There you can find affordable diving packages and special trips to dive with dolphins and seahorses. With over 25 years of experience, the Negril Scuba Centre is the largest and most popular watersports operations in Negril, offering both shore and boat dive deals. The club also offers affordable diving lessons that attract locals as well as tourists interested in diving.

    June events in Negril

    Environment

    World Oceans Day

    8th June 2019

    Annually, citizens participate and observe in this big event to honour the world's oceans, celebrate the products the ocean provides such as seafood as well as marine life itself for aquariums, pets. A group of local divers, on the occasion of World Oceans Day, cleared major dive sites off the Negril coast of non-biodegradable waste, removing glass and plastic bottles, fish nets, rusted metal, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) pipes and boat parts.

    Website:

    http://worldoceansday.org/

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