This was our second favorite activity of our vacation after snorkeling Buck Island. The short hike down to the water is not strenuous and offers some stunning views. The trail is well maintained and not too steep. We took it slow because it was HOT the day we went (95 degrees). Bring plenty of water and sunscreen- shade is nonexistent on the hike and on the beach.
We walked to Jack's Bay first, looked around, then came back to Isaac's Bay to swim and snorkel. We were the only people on the beach for about an hour, which was really cool. The crystal blue water and seclusion of this beach made it well worth our time.
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