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Mayho Bay is a popular beach in St. John and home to the Maho Bay Campground, 114 tent-cottages constructed in respect for the environment, making it one of the most publicized eco-tourism destinations in the world.
  • Excellent72%
  • Very good23%
  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“sea turtles” (73 reviews)
“easy access” (20 reviews)
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Virgin Islands National Park, St. John
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Reviewed 2 May 2015

The beaches on St. John are completely unreal. Maho Bay is beautiful! But with many of the beaches, get there early if you want to get a parking spot, otherwise, you need to get creative. The beach is smaller than Trunk Bay but no less...More

1  Thank Sara R
Reviewed 2 May 2015

I'm not really into all the families at this beach and the road is only a few feet away. However, if you snorkel around the point on the right hand side of the beach, it's like snorkeling in a canyon. Very different, yet cool. Then...More

1  Thank IslandLovinTwosome
Reviewed 25 April 2015

Love the turtles! It's a great little beach. Get there early to get a parking spot. There are many shade trees due to the the narrow beach and is great for little ones.

1  Thank Sarah B
Reviewed 23 April 2015

Loved this beach! Some of the beach areas are a bit too crowded on St. John/St. Thomas but this beach was super chill with not a ton of people. Saw some turtles and a lot conch shells snorkeling but not a lot of other things...More

1  Thank JBizzle411
Reviewed 18 April 2015

Maho is one of many excellent beaches on St John. Its a little farther from Cruz Bay and a little smaller so it's less trafficked. However, its got all the essential goods of turquoise calm waters and beautiful sand. I only made a short stop,...More

1  Thank pschonschack
Reviewed 15 April 2015

Snorkel to the right of the Bay. It is the best! Go to little Maho! Picnic tables are available. Restrooms are there as well. Hang you stuff! This is simply a great place!

2  Thank Daniel S
Reviewed 29 March 2015

Hit this beach 1st on our last day. Parking is tough if you have a rental car. A taxi can solve that. It was beautiful and not too crowded. Saw sting rays and no luck seeing turtles but they were there earlier.

2  Thank Robert P
Reviewed 21 March 2015

We stopped at Maho Bay for two very nice visits. Coral sand beach with lots of reasonable shade, a few covered tables for picnics, and great snorkling. Some folks reported seeing Sea Turtles. Psrking can be tough. Patience required!

2  Thank Paulb19027
Reviewed 14 March 2015

Sheltered from the sea and currents because of it's position, Maho is the best place to see turtles. The beach is glorious and there is some shade. Good snorkeling around to the right, the turtle and rays are over the grass, right in the middle....More

1  Thank steve d
Reviewed 13 March 2015

This was my favorite beach- I would recommend having a car for it though and not getting a taxi- once we wanted to leave, we had to wait quite a while for a taxi.

1  Thank Arnoldfamily1
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Errol F
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Response from aburton2 | Reviewed this property |
No they don't. There are no facilities of any kind on the beach, just sand and beautiful water.
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