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Lindqvist Beach

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Lindqvist Beach

1,075 Reviews
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3 Hours St Thomas Rum and Food Tour

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Foodies will enjoy this guided sightseeing tour of St. Thomas that includes local eats at spots in Charlotte Amalie. Also learn how to make a signature island rum cocktail, known as a Painkiller. Sample Caribbean dishes such as curried chicken, "fungi" - a local staple, delicious dessert, and more, as you hear about the island's colonial history.
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Hannah W wrote a review Aug 2020
Sanford, Florida17 contributions2 helpful votes
We decided to go check out this beach a local suggested. This is one of two beaches that charge for entering. $5 person plus $2 for the car. Worth it!! Brought our snorkels and saw squid, sea turtles and leopard rays!! Lifeguard was on duty. We fished off to the side where people weren't swimming too which was fun! Check it out for sure. Clear water and white sand!
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Date of experience: August 2020
Amie B wrote a review Aug 2020
Tucson, Arizona71 contributions10 helpful votes
Any time you pay to get into a beach you know it is well kept (or much more so than other public beaches). So is the case with Lindqvist Beach. The $5 entrance fee and $2 parking fee are nothing when you don't have to worry about broken bottles under your feet or trash everywhere. I cam for the snorkeling and was able to see a good amount of fish, a couple turtles and a southern ray. I would say a good day for a beach without a coral reef. The beach was nice, not crowded (thanks to the entry fee) and not loud. Very relaxing. And I am always very grateful for a place to rinse my feet before getting back into my car. Make sure you bring your own snacks and water, and of course your own reef safe sunscreen!
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Date of experience: August 2020
Naomi wrote a review Aug 2020
San Diego, California8 contributions1 helpful vote
Such an amazing place to see sea turtles, the coolest experience ever! Yes - there is a small fee to enter but completely worth it (cash only btw). The beach itself is serene with white sand and beautiful scenery, not too many people, plenty of shaded tables and restrooms. We get out to snorkel and found lots of turtles, and couple stingrays - all in the "grass" area very close to the shore. Very easy since there are no any rocks - we had young kids with us and they enjoyed snorkeling and swimming with turtles as well. Was one of the top experiences of our trip.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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VacayBabay03 wrote a review Aug 2020
Lancaster, Pennsylvania97 contributions2 helpful votes
We arrived at Lindqvist Beach around 2 and it wasn’t crowded at all! $12 for two of us and to park ($5 each and $2 to park). They have bathrooms and places to wash your sandy feet. We didn’t see anywhere to buy food so bring snacks. We specifically went to this beach to snorkel and find sea turtles and we were not disappointed!! We saw about 5 sea turtles and 2 sting rays and we didn’t need to swim very far out from the beach. The beach is a little rocky at the edge of the water so it helps to wear water shoes. The water is very calm and serene. You can also watch an amazing sunset here! We even witnessed a wedding at dusk.
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Date of experience: August 2020
Laurie B wrote a review Aug 2020
Boulder, Colorado323 contributions71 helpful votes
We decided to snorkel here as recommended by some websites. It's a $5 per person fee for nonresidents. After 5, you could go for free and that is a lovely time to go. The turtles and rays are dining then and you will see them while snorkeling around the sea grass and sandy areas. We didn't see any coral or many other fish there. The beach is also lovely and wasn't crowded - plenty of social distancing here!
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Date of experience: August 2020