Beautiful secluded beach. About a fifteen minute hike with gorgeous views. Felt like I was in a Disney movie with the number of butterflies swirling around me as a walked the trail.
Isaac's Bay was the highlight of the island. The new trail down from Point Udall made for a nice hike, a terrain is a complete contrast to the west side of the island. The snorkeling was good it is nice to see some of the corals coming back.
Park up near the Point Udall monument (will see a small parking area to the right before you get to the monument) and follow the trail for about 15-20 minutes to 2 beautiful beaches run by the Nature Conservancy. Its a hike through a scrub desert-type environment, so it can get hot - bring extra water and hike in the... More
Isaac's bay was the highlight of our trip! It was a great little walk and the beach was absolutely amazing! The beach was beautiful and the water so many colors of blue. We were the only ones down there.
The hike took us about 15 minutes, do yourself a favor and don't wear flip flops as it's somewhat rocky in places. Also, leave your car unlocked and your windows partially down to deter anyone from breaking into your car. The first beach you see down to the left is not Isaac's, keep going until you see the stairs to... More
We loved this beach. Easy hike in. Just and incredble beautiful spot. We spent the day here. Not too many people. Saw a Sting Ray, got to watch the sailboats race by in thier round the island race. Pack a lunch and some bevys and enjoy. We sure did.
My favourite of the beaches we visited on St. Croix. The hike down from Point Udall is fairly easy (although not wheelchair-friendly) and the views exquisite. We only encountered one small family setting out to snorkel and that was towards the end of our time on the beach. It felt like we were the only people in the world, and... More
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