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Haulover North was recommended to us while we were at another beach. It was pretty choppy, so we wound up at Haulover on the South side. SO GLAD we went. a lot of the snorkeling this trip was in turbulent waters (Trunk Bay for instance)...More
This was our first trip to Haul Over Bay snorkeling since Hurricane Irma.The Eastside of the island still shows more damage then the west side but the roads are passable.watch out for some large potholes.HOBay looks the same. It is a rocky beach with little...More
This was our absolute favorite snorkel spot. We went to Haulover north, and there is a short, flat walk to get there. We were the only ones there and got to see an amazing variety of coral and marine life at the reef. If you...More
We hadn’t been to either side of Haulover prior to the hurricanes to don’t have they to compare it to. But we enjoyed our time at Haulover South immensely! My husband, myself, 15 year old daughter, 10 year old son. There is a little shade...More
We had some of the best snorkeling on the island here. N. Haulover was too choppy so we spent the morning and afternoon at S. Haulover. Out to the south east side (left side if you are facing the water) had some great fish diversity,...More
Excellent snorkelling here, as is the case on many shoreline access points on St John. The attraction here is the calm, sheltered, bay. This makes it a great choice for gentle swimming waters in the afternoon, after having tried another snorkel site in the morning...More
If you venture to STJ (what the folks here or who have traveled here a bunch call the island) for more than a day, you must travel to the "East End," over a very steep hill, down a steep hill, and between the Haulovers, two...More