Xtabi at West End, Negril
(Castle Rock, CO)
View of Xtabi's Bungalo #4 from the lagoon
Contest Entry #28 - Xtabi at West End, Negril
Everyone says Rick's Cafe, but that's just because they don't know. Xtabi is Arawak for "Meeting Place of the Gods." This is where you'd hang out, if you were God.
Come in the early afternoon to enjoy a swim in Xtabi's natural lagoon. And maybe sneak in a few jumps off Xtabi's cliff.
Then explore Xtabi's five caves with snorkel gear until you rinse off and have dinner.
The West End has long been famous for amazing sunsets. At Xtabi, every seat in the house is an excellent one. It's much quieter, much more romantic and much more Jamaican than Rick's. And the food is excellent.
Love you Yasmin and David, Donovan and Omar!
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