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This beach, located at the Bolongo Bay Beach Resort is one of the more lively beaches on the island.  Bolongo Beach a large amount of water toys, a volleyball net, and Iggy’s restaurant and bar which hosts music and karaoke regularly and keeps the fun going into the evening hours. The beach is a nice […]

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Brewers bay is located near the University of the Virgin Islands.  It is one of the more calm beaches and is quite expansive.  There are no changing rooms on the beach, so pack carefully. This beach is usually busier around the weekends – which is also the more likely time that you will find a […]

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Coki Point is one of the top two popular beaches on St Thomas (the other being Megans Bay).  Coki Point is located next to Coral World, St Thomas’ famous Aquarium. Snorkeling is a MUST DO on Coki Point.  The fish are very abundant, due to the daily feedings from the aquarium and the number of […]

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With no amenities and no immediate parking area, Denis Bay will likely be unpopulated.  A hike on the Peace Hill trail will get you to the beach.  The trail is not maintained by the NPS, but should be relatively clear.  If not – your only access is by sea. There are no facilities on the […]

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Great Bay is located at the Ritz Carlton in St Thomas (near Red Hook) and Secret Harbour.  This beach is a pristine white beach with a consistent, but calm wind. Chairs can be found, but are usually scooped up quickly. One side of the beach is quite a bit more quiet and secluded than the […]

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Hull Bay is located near Magens Bay, but boy can it be a trip to get to… Follow the directions on the map to the point and you should be fine, but get ready for some up-and-down hills on the way. This is the best point on St Thomas to surf, especially in the winter […]

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Lindbergh Beach is located near the airport, on Airport Road, as a matter of fact.  If you are flying into St Thomas, it will be the first beach you see (when you are on the ground that is…) The are a few hotels that line this beach with access to some food and beverages.  A […]

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Located near the end of Route 35 lies Megans Bay, a one mile long, U-shaped beach with calm waters and a gentle slope into the water.  This beach, which has shower and changing facilities, plus a full service bar and take out window for pizza, sandwiches and salads, is great for the whole family. There […]

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Morning Star Beach has waves and a surf a little stronger than most around the island, which is a nice change of pace.  Grab a chair towards the numerous sea grape trees that line the back of the beach.  They provide plenty of shade. If you show up later in the day, you will be […]

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If you are searching for variety, Sapphire Beach may be the spot for you. They have live music on Sunday afternoons at the bar, which is a nice open air spot and the music flows out onto the beach. Is volleyball your thing?  The volleyball courts usually have a few people waiting around for a […]

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It’s no secret anymore!  Secret Harbour is one of the best “unknown” beaches on St Thomas.  Many first time visitors to the island overlook this beautiful and calm beach.  Lately, more tourists are finding the resort – and with good reason. Snorkeling is very nice here.  Although there is not a huge amount of schools […]

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