Dream Walk at Moon Dance – Jamaica Villas

Dream Walk at Moon Dance is a luxury villa located in Negril, Jamaica. This charming three bedroom air-conditioned villa offers guests the quintessential Jamaican private villa experience. Beautifully situated on the white sands of Negril’s spectacular Seven Mile Beach, Moon Dance Villas comprise six elegant and especially comfortable beach homes. Each offers the services of its own devoted and attentive staff of a chef, bartender, housekeeper, and 24 hour security.

Features and Amenities

The interiors of Dream Walk are comfortable and most inviting. The large and spacious living room features a large screen color television, a stereo, a computer, and a stocked bar. Through the French doors awaits a dining area for eight guests, either covered or under the sun and stars. The elegant bedrooms, each fitted with king beds and private verandas, boast wonderful views of the Caribbean from anywhere in the room. Double baths of imported tile and marble accompany each bedroom. Guests will enjoy access to a large swimming pool that is shared with guests of 1 bedroom Lilac Mist and 2 bedroom Satin Sunrise. A private jacuzzi for Dream Walk is hidden from view by lush plantings with Seven Mile beach, perfect for swimming or just gazing at the turquoise waters, just beyond the splendid landscaping.


The unspoilt, untamed and unforgetable Negril- Jamaica’s jewel in the crown where our open 7 mile beach entices you to walk, to swim, to play… and to make friends. The rugged cliff side on the West End bursts into fire at sunset in the many bars and restaurants, whilst the peaceful afternoons show off the many caves and diving areas.  Negril is unique in its equal ambit of beach and cliff, its numerous eccentric characters, its laid back atmosphere, its friendliness!
For years, Negril’s beach has been rated as one of the top ten beaches in the world by many travel magazines.The north end of the beach is home to the large, all-inclusive resorts, and to the south are the smaller, family-run hotels.

This combination gives the Negril area a large variety of rooms, services and prices. South of downtown Negril is West End Road, known as the cliff area, which is lined with resorts that offer more privacy. These areas offer easy access to waters good for snorkeling and diving, with jumping points reaching more than 40 feet (12 m) high. Rick’s Cafe is a place to watch the cliff jumpers, although there have been a number of fatalities and serious injuries with regard to visitors attempting even the lower level jumps. Rick’s is considered one of the 1,000 places to go before you die. Although most of Rick’s was destroyed, and slid into the ocean in the hurricane of 2003, it has been rebuilt rock sturdy. Its sunsets are still some of the best in the world.  That Negril is still fairly underdeveloped remains a significant factor in its undoubted charm. This may not last, as a new highway from Montego Bay and an improved infrastructure may bring more tourists.