NEPT Information

Information

The Negril area Environmental Protection Trust (NEPT) is a nonprofit environmental NGO (non Governmental organization). NEPT was formed in 1994 by organizations and citizens of the Negril area, following a meeting to consider land-based sources of pollution affecting the marine and coastal ecosystems.  NEPT’s mandate is to serve the Negril Environmental Protection Area in order to achieve a better quality of life for present and future generations. We do this by preserving, protecting, conserving and restoring the environment through planning, and implementing environmental activities that serve as examples for others to follow.  NEPT also manages the Royal Palm Reserve, a 300 acre piece of the Great Morass.

Contact

The NEPT office is located at the Marine Park Building in Negril, Jamaica.

Hours: M-F 9am-5pm

Address:
NEPT
PO Box 2599
Negril, Westmoreland
Jamaica, West Indies

Phone: (876) 957-3736
Email: nept_negril@yahoo.com

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  1. In 2006, we (Mountain Visions) created an interesting interactive 360 degree panorama at the New Savanna River location that people can optionally view is a “Full Screen – High definition” mode. An audio tour guide is also available with the panorama. Below is the link.
    http://www.jpat-jm.com/virtour/negrilmarine/negrilmp3cri.html

  2. I wish to get information on wetland in Jamaica and specific Mobay

    • We can provide you with information about the wetlands and Morass in Negril. However, we do not have too much about them in Mobay. If you provide us your email address or send us an email at nept_negril@yahoo.com we would be happy to accommodate you.


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