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The trek up to Levera National Park is worth the effort. We came up to the park from Bathway Beach and enjoyed the drive along the rugged Atlantic side of the Island. The beach was very quiet, mainly because we were there during turtle nesting...More
This beach is a trek off main road and in north of island so far fewer visitors than beaches in south. It is very beautiful and we had a very pleasant stroll along full length and back and only saw one fishermena in the whole...More
Our goal for the day was Levera National Park and the beach where the sea turtles lay their eggs. This is easy to find, just keep going and following the signs until the road ends and you see a large beach with some small fish...More
We did not spend much time here because the water was very rough and it was windy. This a small picturesque beach a couple miles north of Bathaway beach. It's best known as a nesting and hatching site for leatherback turtles who return to this...More
We walked here from Sauteurs ( 1.5 hour hike ), and thought we were walking into Paradise itself! Rows of palms, turqouise waters, white sand...We were advised by many not to swim as the currents are very strong. It's still a beautiful place to watch...More
The beach is situated at the north-eastern tip of the island. It is difficult to get there as the roads are of very bad quality. We decided to walk from Sauters where we were staying. It was a nice walk and great to see some...More
This is a beautiful beach that is frequented by turtles laying their eggs. Apparently one laid its eggs the night before we were there. The sand is very soft at the crown of the beach such that your feet sink in up to your ankles,...More