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If you can, get to the end of Dolphin drive as soon as possible, this is going to be the best part of your trip. At the end of the road there is a sign that says construction zone, go through the gate and park...More
When visiting Grace Bay Beach don’t forget to check out the Leeward portion. It’s beautiful!
There is plenty of free parking at Sunset Beach at the start of the Leeward section. Just be aware there are no bathroom facilities. There are chairs and umbrellas for...More
This beach has a really nice reef with all sorts of fish in it! There was even a barracuda that came out hunting! The reef is a prime example of how our ecosystem works. Big fish eat little fish and the barracudas eat the big...More
The beach at Pelican point access is just simply superb, see pictures. It's a pristine beach with white sand and spectacular turquoise waters. There's currently some construction being done and noise is up around the Pelican Point, so choose Leeward Going Through access or walk...More
Date of experience: July 2019
TropicalTcShades, Manager at Leeward Beach, responded to this reviewResponded July 25, 2019
This beach is an absolute treasure. Extremely calm and peaceful with breath-taking views. All three times we visited the beach there was no one there other than ourselves. Best access is through Pelican Beach, where there is street parking available. Be aware that you will...More
Leeward Beach should be on your must-do list. It's on the small side, but the sand is soft and the water is stunning. Because it's part of the national park, you can't take the shells but there are quite a few beautiful ones there. Besides...More
Date of experience: May 2019
TropicalTcShades, Manager at Leeward Beach, responded to this reviewResponded June 30, 2019
Thank you for visiting and experiencing a piece of paradise.