Very close to the road--so easy to get to.
Go early to snorkel in the grass beds--saw humongous turtles grazing there. Also the sides of the bay have nice snorkeling.
The water is beautiful, white sands, and plenty of sea grape trees for shade. Thoroughly enjoyed our day here.
They had facilities, but they were never open. (???)
Note--if you go before Jun 13--be sure to go up to Maho Bay Eco Camp, and go to the art glass/batik/pottery store to see high quality art glass. Also the cafe has good food and wine. They are losing their lease on this place in May, so it will close after 40 fabulous years--so sad!
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