Pull on some sneakers or Tevas and take a short hike, some uphill, then a stroll, and wa-la--you are rewarded with this beautiful white sand beach.
There is lots of shade, great swimming, the sea floor is sandy until you get to the ends of the beach, where it gets rocky.
Had a great picnic under Sea Grape Trees, swam, but the swells prevented good snorkeling.
We videotaped wild donkeys frolicking in the trees on the way to the Ecotour hut, where you can buy supplies, food, or rent water items.
From here it is a short hike to Caneel Bay Beach which is famous, but not as pretty as Honeymoon.
LOVED THIS BEACH! We did this after 10 days of different beaches on St John, and agreed it was the prettiest one yet.