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Coki Point Beach

Coki Point Rd, Smith Bay 00802, St. Thomas
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“dog biscuits” (183 reviews)
“feed the fish” (186 reviews)
“beautiful beach” (315 reviews)
Coki Point Rd, Smith Bay 00802, St. Thomas
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Reviewed yesterday

White sand and clear blue water. No fee to get in like some of the others. Jet ski rentals nearby were a rip off so we didn't rent them.

Thank John B
Reviewed 2 days ago

Beautiful beach but very aggressive vendors. Nice snorkeling. If you can't take the smell of marijuana, then this beach is not for you to visit. Marijuana smell everywhere. Also, seems best to leave Coki Beach after 7:00 pm or before dark as it doesn't seem...More

Thank Marly911
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We almost didn't take the time to make it to this beach but I'm so glad we did! The fish swarm around you to get the dog biscuit that they give you upon arrival. We rented snorkel gear when we got there and got icecream...More

Thank Shannell91
Reviewed 3 days ago

Many fish due to all the people feeding the fish. Disappointed with the coral around the beach. Restaurant on the premises. Parking is difficult. Had to pay 5$ to park.

Thank Bob555555
Reviewed 3 days ago

Free to access the beach, but chairs and umbrellas rent for $5 each for the day. Can get crowded, but it makes for fun people watching. There are a couple of restaurants, a bar and an ice cream stand, as well as souvenir shops and...More

Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Coki Point offers so many things to the children. For the past 4 years, we have made Coki Point our weekly beach field trip. The children are offered the opportunity to go snorkeling with the fish and feeding. Also, the children have the snorkels to...More

Thank kirk_5473
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

After our visit to Coral World we walked over to Coki Point Beach. You can rent everything you need for the day. Towels, chairs, umbrellas, lockers, paddle boards and snorkeling gear. We brought our own snorkels and goggles - I'm sure they sanitize but I...More

1  Thank Christin P
Reviewed 6 days ago

Best place to chill for a few hours. We had a day to relax off our cruise ship. Rented chairs and umbrellas, locals were nice and friendly. Great drinks from the bar and food too. Responsible prices. Our taxi service took us to and from....More

Thank Glassdesign44
Reviewed 6 days ago

Bring your snorkel gear and have some fun! The beach is kind of small, but still really fun & great snorkeling. Of course, beautiful water & access to items to make your beach day go smoothly. Conveniently, Coral World is also footsteps away, so you...More

Thank Femi S
Reviewed 6 days ago

Myself, and about 9 of our party went to Coki Beach after a day of site seeing, and we had a great time, and the drinks were great

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July 24, 2017|
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Response from Lisa S | Reviewed this property |
If you are coming in to the cruise port you will meed to hire a taxi to take you to coki Beach ( approx 15.00 per person each way) St Thomas has an open air dafari taxi for locals that costs 1.00 each way bit it only goes... More
July 24, 2017|
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Response from Patricia D | Reviewed this property |
It's around 5 miles or so. 15 minutes in car or taxi. Don't recommend walking as roads are treacherous. I would leave the cruise ship early to make the most of the beach before the crowds.. Taxi fare is around $12 dollars... More
Dana G
April 18, 2017|
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Response from Heather S | Reviewed this property |
It's about a 20 minute ride. Get off the ship go to the end of the stores where you can take an open air bus at 9.00 per person , they ask you for a pick up time and they do show up. Heather