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Natural Feature
“Trunk Bay Beach on St. John is a wonderful experience. Snorkeling is at its finest, the beach provides wonderful views. Great facilities, clean and easy to get to.”
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Park
“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!”
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Nature
“The most renowned and photographed beach on the island and probably the Caribbean! Trunk boasts over a quarter of a mile of white sandy beach and a 225-yard-long underwater snorkel trail. The beach has accessible paths and beach ramps, snack shack, bar, snorkel gear rentals, a beach shop, restrooms, and showers. Trunk is the only beach on the island with a lifeguard. For more information on Trunk Bay amenities, visit cinnamonbayresort.com. The downside to Trunk is it is a popular cruise ship destination, so it is often crowded and there is a $5 entrance fee charged by the National Park system.”
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Natural Feature
“One of the largest beaches (and in my opinion the most beautiful) on Saint John and, until Irmaria, Cinnamon Bay was the home of Cinnamon Bay Resort and Campground which offered tropical cottages, deluxe eco-tents, platform tent sites and bare sites, as well as shops and a café. It is currently being rebuilt. In the meantime, you’ll find white sand, palm trees, seagrapes for shade and some good shallow water snorkeling. Across the road, is the Cinnamon Bay Nature Trail. The trail is a half mile loop (a mixture of boardwalks and paved paths with no steep hills) winding through the ruins of a sugar factory. There are signs along the path that explain the history of the area.”
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Natural Feature
“Want to swim with the turtles? Then go to Maho. The near 100% chance to see a turtle and its convenience make Maho a favorite. The water has a shallow entrance with a sandy bottom and there is parking (plentiful by Saint John standards) making unloading cooler, chairs, snorkel gear and kids floaties a breeze! There are bathrooms on the western end of the beach and a food truck and watersports equipment for rent across the street. Go to Maho Crossroads, USVI Facebook Page for more information!”
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Natural Feature
“Beautiful beach to relax on! Great for snorkeling and seeing sea turtles munching on seagrass! There also is plenty of parking.”
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Natural Feature
“Very small, quiet white sand beach near Trunk. Not very much parking. No amenities.”
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Point of Interest
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
“Voted one of the top 10 most romantic spots on the island, Peace Hill is a short and easy hike with a spectacular view. Park at the Peace Hill Parking lot and follow the trail up to an old windmill and a spectacular view of Denis Bay, Hawksnest, Cinnamon, Great Thatch, Tortola and Jost van Dyke.”
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Establishment
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Natural Feature
“This is probably the most famous beach on STJ. It also has the most services (snack bar, regular bar, showers, real bathrooms, snorkel rental). It can get pretty busy but you should probably check it out anyway. It really is beautiful. And accessible. Has a National Park snorkeling trail. There is no hiking involved. ”
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