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    Default Travels outside of CSA?

    Traveling to CSA for the first time. Stayed @ Couples Tower Isle last year and there were several things to do outside of the resort. We went to Dunn's River Falls, went horseback riding, went to chukka-tours zipline adventure and visited downtown ocho rios to go shopping. I truly enjoyed time at tower isle, but liked getting away and seeing some of the other sites in the area. I am sure there are things similar in CSA area in Negril. I do not want to zipline or travel all the way to Dunn's, but ask returning guest to CSA share with us other things to do outside the CSA resort. How far is downtown Negril? Is it safe in this area to travel outside resort? I also saw a casino in the CSA facility. Are there certain hours it is open, and whay type of games?

    Thank you in advance for your time in sharing your information.

    George & Shari

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    YS falls, Mayfield Falls, Rick's, Floyd's Peclican bar, horseback ridiing, Negril shopping tour, Appleton run tour, the list goes on.... LOL

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    Walk to the beach... turn left... and wander!
    Chris

    "In an abundance of water, the fool is thirsty..." - Bob Marley - "Rat Race"


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    I would also like to know if downtown Negril is safe.?

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    I also saw a casino in the CSA facility. Are there certain hours it is open, and whay type of games?

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    Downtown Negril is safe... as long as you follow the same rules of common sense you would observe anywhere else. Don't flash bling or cash... travel in small groups... have a designated person who will maintain common sense...

    Extend courtesy and respect to the locals... if approached to purchase something you don't want to purchase, simply smile, profer a firm but respectful "NO"... not "maybe later"... not "I don't have any cash now"... Just "NO... I'm good..." and you'll be fine.
    Chris

    "In an abundance of water, the fool is thirsty..." - Bob Marley - "Rat Race"


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    Chukka offers a horseback tour where you get to ride the horses in the ocean. You may have already done that at CTI, but if you haven't, I HIGHLY recommend it!

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