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Peter Bay Beach : que faire

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Parc
“Hiking, Snorkeling, Diving, Swimming, Beachcombing... just enjoying the beaches and scenery of the Caribbean is incredible! From Trunk Bay, voted one of the most beautiful beaches in the world... to Hansen Beach on the East End, you will love every minute!”
  • Recommandé par 8 habitants
Natural Feature
“OK, ignore the stupid picture of the girl in the swimsuit. It loaded automatically and wouldn't let me change it. What it should show is one of the most highly-filmed beaches on the planet. Once you've been there, you'll see it in movies and say "I've been there!". It did take a bit of a beating in the hurricanes, but I hear the services are mostly back and running. Getting there and back: Sapphire is really close to the Ferry Dock, so that is great. Ride the Safari to the Ferry ($1 each). Take the Ferry to St. John. Leaves every hour. $8.15 pp each way. Take a Taxi to the beach ($7 pp). Hang out at the beach all day. SOOOO nice. Trunk has the famous underwater trail that goes out to the rock. Then taxi back ($6-7 pp) -- stop in town for some shopping/eating if you want -- and Ferry back ($6) and Taxi back to Sapphire ($4). It can get a little spendy with all the transportation. This is the most "famous" beach on St. John. But keep reading for MY favorite. ”
  • Recommandé par 8 habitants
Nature
“Trunk Bay is the most iconic of St John's beaches - but also the most traveled. You'll find amenities like food, showers and snorkel rentals here.”
  • Recommandé par 6 habitants
Natural Feature
“This is a perennial fave. Maho is a beautiful beach right next to the road (so no hiking in). The snorkeling here isn’t that great EXCEPT it is an EXCELLENT place to see sea turtles. No, really. There is an extremely good chance you’ll see them. Make sure to talk to other snorkelers/swimmers. They are usually more than happy to point out turtles. Also, someone recently opened a space with a bar and some food and tons of hammocks and couches to chill on. It’s called Maho Crossroads. It’s one of the few non-National Park operations. There are also some picnic tables and National Park porta-potties at the far end of the beach. ”
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Natural Feature
“If you make a day trip to St. John then be sure to check out Cinnamon Bay Beach, it is my personal favorite beach in the area, its HUGE and usually not crowded at all! ”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
Natural Feature
“Very small, quiet white sand beach near Trunk. Not very much parking. No amenities.”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Point of Interest
Natural Feature
“Beautiful beach to relax on! Great for snorkeling and seeing sea turtles munching on seagrass! There also is plenty of parking.”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Lodging
“Want to experience the US Virgin Islands but don't want to spend all of your time underwater? This small-group snorkeling cruise, limited to only six guests, visits the beautiful bays of St John’s north coast — including free time on land at Cruz Bay to stroll the colorful streets. This fun, relaxing tour takes you by comfy power catamaran to Waterlemon Cay, Maho Bay and Whistling Cay, which all lie along the shoreline of Virgin Islands National Park. You'll snorkel with tropical fish and sea turtles before puling into the main village on St John for an hour or two ashore.”
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Natural Feature
“Its a long beach with good snorkeling and you can swim out to Maho beach from there. Theres a small little cliff you can jump off into the water along the way. ”
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Point of Interest
“Hike the short trail (.1 mile) up to the old sugar mill tower and enjoy the ocean views of St. Thomas, Jost Van Dyke, and other smaller islands. On Wednesday nights get up there just before dark and take in the night sky through the local astronomy club telescope. ”
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Establishment
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Natural Feature
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