I loved our trip to the baths in Virgin Gorda. The baths are unique unusual rock formations that look like giant granite boulders thrown all over the beach, they form labyrinths and pools. I want to elaborate on this day, our plan was to enter the water at spring bay and then snorkel to the baths. Well Dave had a mask malfunction so we have to drive back to our villa and get a new mask, on the way back we picked up a honey moon couple along the road and they went with us. Tropical Storm Maria was off the coast so the water was a little rougher then we had hoped for but the day was beautiful and sunny. Well Spring bay looks very much like the Baths, only in my opinion it is much nicer, larger beach and a great area to just swim around in and as it was off off season we had the beach to ourselves. Well after 45 minutes of snorkeling the current really turned rough and we had to head back into shore and it was then that we discovered we had swam right past the baths and were actually at devils bay. We climbed thru the labyrinths of rocks back to the baths and from there walked back on the road to spring bay. We had lunch (that we had packed) back at Spring bay and enjoyed the beautiful beach there. Spring bay has a few picnic tables and some shade, where the baths do not. The snorkel and the climb through the rocks were a lot of fun even though the water was so rough at the end we almost drowned . For trip advisor: I actually recommend starting at spring bay and snorkeling to the baths. If the water had not been rough, it would have been an easy snorkel and spring bay beach is superior to the beach at the baths which I imagine can be very crowded during peak season.