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Distance between Ocho Rios and Negril

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We are doing the exact same thing for our honeymoon. Our travel agent arranged for us to ride the bus back to the airport with our guests, which is included in our package anyways and then catching the free shuttle to Couples Negril from the airport. You could check into doing this. It will be a long day, but we also like that we're able to see all of our guests off.

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Oohh good idea! It would definately be cheaper as in everything is free! Thanks for mentioning it!

 

Does the Couples shuttle go ever so often? I just wouldnt want to wait at the airport for the next shuttle to go....Me and airports and waiting dont mix well! I would rather wait at the hotel....But I would like to see my guests off!

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I'm not really sure about how often the shuttle leaves, but I would imagine there would be flights coming in quite often so it shouldn't be too long of a wait. Plus I figure if our guests are waiting for their departure, we could sit with them for awhile anyways.

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Couples schedules the shuttle based on your arrival time, so you shouldn't have to wait. It does take about 15 minutes to get everything settled and checked in with them. You might possibly have to ride on the bus that makes a stop at CN before CSA but they are on the same street, about 10 minutes apart.

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I got married at Tralawney beach and we did lots of trips to see the real JAMAICA.Negril is about 4 hrs away on what was then not a very good road.(14 YEARS AGO)I cried at riks cafe i didnt want to go home even though i had 3 small boys at home.We did the trip to the black river and i just loved the ys falls less commercial than dunns river i just wish id done the blue mountain trip and port antonio oh i love jamaica

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Lee's travel says its about 3 to 3 1/2 hours from Ocho Rios to Negril...we decided on not going with Lee's and heading to the airport with our family that is leaving that day and just taking the Couples bus over...its all paid for included anyways so why not.

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