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Trunk Bay

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Rosann
Rosann
January 1, 2020
Top beaches, underwater snorkeling trail
Catherine
Catherine
April 3, 2020
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,…
Michelle
Michelle
March 11, 2020
One of the most highly-filmed beaches on the planet and for good reason. 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…
Margaret
Margaret
August 30, 2019
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.
Juelis
Juelis
August 14, 2019
World Famous Beach. You must visit while on your vacation.

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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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Route
“Main tourist shopping district. Great selection of jewelry, electronics, wine, rum, souvenirs, etc., all duty free. Ask about rum export rules. ”
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Restaurant
“Alex, who will be your host is actually the chef/owner of La Tapa. There is a good chance you will end up checking out!”
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Point of Interest
“The Annaberg plantation is a partially restored sugar factory and windmill located just east of Mary's Point. National Park signage guides visitors through the ruins and explains the process of turning sugar cane into molasses. Volunteers and park rangers are frequently in the area to answer questions. The bake house hosts cooking demonstrations and offers samples of dumb bread. If their gardener is on duty, you can get a tour of the garden and learn about the local plants medicinal qualities. The windmill is located on Annaberg Point, which offers views of Tortola, Great Thatch Island, and the Narrows. ”
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Natural Feature
“Salt Pond Bay – is secluded, beautiful, and an adventurer’s dream. A quarter of a mile hike downhill (uphill on the way back) takes you to Salt Pond Bay which is a top destination for snorkelers. The waves increase as you swim out so know your limits; there is a rocky outcrop to the right with good snorkeling. When you are done swimming, you can hike 2.2 miles round trip to the immense Ram’s Head Point that offers incredible views (you can see St Croix on a clear day) and sunsets. There is a port-a-potty at Salt Pond Bay.”
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Standort
St John, 00830
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