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In one day snorkeling: Octopus, lion fish, barracuda, sea turtle, great variety of reef fish and coral!

I am loathe to share, but also am a great supporter of Tina, et al at "Gauvaberry Spring Bay... read more

Reviewed March 23, 2016
dingheysailor
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Carlsbad, California
Breathtaking!

Go off hours as this is best enjoyed when there are not multiple tourist buses or cruise ships... read more

Reviewed March 13, 2016
Lisa T
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Melrose, Massachusetts
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This magnificent Virgin Gorda beach, which is adjacent to The Baths, is a great place for snorkeling.
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Reviewed March 23, 2016

I am loathe to share, but also am a great supporter of Tina, et al at "Gauvaberry Spring Bay Resort". For those who enjoy snorkeling and getting lost in the "open aquarium" of the lee side of Virgin Gorda, this is the best spot on...More

1  Thank dingheysailor
Reviewed March 13, 2016

Go off hours as this is best enjoyed when there are not multiple tourist buses or cruise ships there as well

Thank Lisa T
Reviewed March 11, 2016

We've been lucky to rent a villa here on a few occasions just a minutes stroll to the beach. On most visits there have been no more than two other people there , it's like it's your own private beach. So clean , clear water...More

Thank teebonejones
Reviewed March 7, 2016

This is a special place even among island travelers. Best access boating. Probably the best ocean water we have ever experienced.

Thank Tim H
Reviewed March 7, 2016 via mobile

This is a wonderful stop at Virgin Gorda before you get to the Baths which is on the south of the island. Its a very secluded quiet beach with warm rock pools. You can climb up one of the rocks and jump into the rock...More

1  Thank MigzDeFreitas
Reviewed March 3, 2016

For many years, Spring Bay has been the venue for Little Dix Bay's weekly picnic, with steel drums, good eats, limbo contest etc. It's a fun afternoon.

Thank LDBVA
Reviewed February 20, 2016

Nothing better! Great for little kids. So incredibly beautiful. Kids love jumping off the rocks, decent snorkeling, private, white sand, shade, etc. Our favorite spot in VG.

Thank Jordie10526
Reviewed February 18, 2016

After visiting the Baths, walk 5 minutes down to Spring Bay and enjoy what the Caribbean was like 30 years ago. Stunning and not crowded.

1  Thank Smchaels
Reviewed February 14, 2016

What's not to like here? Picture perfect, not crowded, and free! Water is clear and if you snorkle, plenty of interesting fish. If you go by bost, which we did, must be very carful getting in/out...plenty of rocks to challenge the best of skippers!

Thank Eliz102
Reviewed February 11, 2016 via mobile

Great scenery and easy access make this stop a no brainier when checking out beaches. Usually not very busy and nice pools to take a dip in. Check out Mad Dogs for a piña colada and a BLT afterwards.

Thank MrSmokeyMountainMan
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peggy l
November 13, 2016|
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Response from dbaaronson | Reviewed this property |
You could walk it. From the parking area for the Baths it's less than half a mile to the parking area for Spring Bay. I believe it's the third left if you're leaving the Baths but there's an obvious sign. You can also... More
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