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The good news: this world-class stretch of white sand and turquoise water is St. John's most photographed beach, which features a marked underwater trail for beginning snorkelers. The bad news: because of its popularity, it can get very crowded with...more
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Beautiful clear beach with marked snorkling trail. We saw a lot of fish, and even an octopus. There's still a lot of damage in the area so there wasn't any food/vendors open. There was a small place to rent chairs and snorkeling equipment.
Why pass up one of the world’s best beaches? A short taxi ride from Cruz Bay lands you in a tropical paradise. Even if you don’t go into the water, which would be a mistake, lounging in this gorgeous place is a luxury you won’t...More
I love this beach it’s got white sand and the sea is clear. The beach is free and it has toilets and a shower area. You can eat lunch on the benches at the picnic area.
They have lovely greenery surrounding the area. And wildlife...More
This is a beautiful beach. We had been there only a few minutes when the weather went from sunny to rain. After a few minutes it was raining so hard it was no fun to stay. Unfortunately it rained for hours and we did not...More
The beach is gorgeous and the safari ride from the ferry dock was also beautiful, we had a nice driver pointing out sites along the way.
My husband and I went on Wednesday October 10 2018. We thought there would be snack trailers as said...More
This beach is amazing. Turquoise blue water and white sandy beaches. You can rent beach chairs and an umbrella as well as snorkeling gear. Make sure to take water as the concession stand was not open during our visit.