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Salt Pond Beach

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Catherine
Catherine
April 3, 2020
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…
Pia
Pia
September 8, 2019
This beach is located on the other end of St. John. The beach itself is beautiful and behind it there is a salt pond. Depending on the time of year, visitors can even collect salt (although it's not recommended to eat it).
Margaret
Margaret
August 30, 2019
Salt Pond Beach is a protected beach on the SE side of the island.
Jennifer
Jennifer
April 18, 2019
Great beach, little bit of a trek down a rocky path from the parking area, but well worth it. Has a few picnic tables and a National Park porta-potty. This is one-stop shopping. Beautiful beach with access to Ram’s Head Hike (fantastic) and Drunk Bay.
Mary
Mary
September 2, 2016
An awesome, white sand beach on St. John's southern shore, one of our favorites. In addition to the sandy beach there is also good snorkeling around the bay and turtles are often seen here. There are a bathroom, garbage bins, tables and trees big enough to pitch hammocks on at this beach. It also…

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“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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“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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Restaurant
“Local favorite fancy night out. Airy dining room, well-prepared fish dishes. It burned down, they rebuilt it. It blew down, they rebuilt it. It’s still packed! Just dinner. Might need reservations.”
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Hawaiianisches Restaurant
“The Longboard serves great specialty drinks to sip at the bar while watching old surfing videos. Our favorite is The Cane Garden. These folks were generous after Hurricane Irma and supplied hot meals for the community. We love to support them and we make up reasons to go to Cruz Bay to eat their wonderful food.”
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Bistro
“St. John: Excellent, upscale dining experience in St. John. Reservations recommended.”
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Standort
St John, 00830