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Honeymoon Beach

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Nestled at Caneel Bay, this picture perfect, palm fringed beach boasts a colorful coral reef perfect for snorkeling.
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along the Lind Point Trail | Virgin Islands National Park, Caneel Bay 00831, St. John
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Reviewed 15 August 2018 via mobile

We have been to st john many times! This was our first time visiting this beach, and it was so amazing! We loved hanging out for the day, the water was so beautiful! The snorkeling was amazing, we saw eel, barracuda, a sting ray, octopus...More

1  Thank Shanon D
Reviewed 11 August 2018

We got there around 10:30 in the morning by a boat from Cruz Bay, there were only 4 people on the entire beach. So quiet, water is beautiful, enough equipment to rent, foods and drinks can be purchased if you want. Need some more shaded...More

1  Thank Nikki2263
Reviewed 2 August 2018 via mobile

We took the path from Cruz Bay to the beach. The walk is about a mile but will be steep in some places. You must have good walking shoes, no flip flops, lots of rocks, donkey dung, uneven ground and brush. The beach has soft...More

1  Thank IL_Redheads_Rock
Reviewed 25 July 2018 via mobile

Awesome day at Honeymoon Beach made possible thanks to Tree & Sid! Great service, friendly staff, and couldn’t ask for a prettier beach. If you’re hesitating to come post Irma, then you’re missing out big time. The island is in great shape & ready for...More

1  Thank Emloy94
Reviewed 22 July 2018

This has a breath taking view at sunset. We normally go either in the morning or later in the afternoon. You can start the hike at a couple of locations - one at the boat dock area. If you start here, you can park here,...More

Thank sdamron2017
Reviewed 18 July 2018 via mobile

We hiked here via the Lindly trail and this was a great pay off! Rented beach chairs for $15 from a cool guy named "Tree"! They collect them around 4:30pm. The water is great, calm ocean and food, restrooms & drink are available nearby. Will...More

Thank 331ff
Reviewed 15 July 2018

My wife and I visited Honeymoon Beach 2x during our recent trip to St. John. The beach is stunning, and there were very few people there both days. The snack stand has some good food options and great painkillers as well, super refreshing on a...More

Thank jrp113
Reviewed 23 June 2018 via mobile

We had an amazing time visiting this beach. We saw some awesome stuff, sea turtles, dolphins, our zodiac driver was great as our son's scout troop was also there, he pulled up along side their sailboat, also found out he was an eagle scout. The...More

1  Thank Jim W
Reviewed 21 June 2018 via mobile

Honeymoon beach has some of the best looking sand and water I have ever seen. There is a bar here that serves good alcohol, but at a hefty price. You can alway bring your own cooler though but it is a half an hour hike...More

Thank Marcus H
Reviewed 2 June 2018 via mobile

Honeymoon beach is back!!!! The sand shelves are gone, the water is clearing up and the reef is growing. So why a 3 star. The food was over priced. I know what to expect when visiting the only food establishment on a beach. We are...More

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ice9denver
10 June 2018|
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Response from Loveatvz | Reviewed this property |
Yes pretty much everything is still closed but we took a tour from our ship and we started at the National Park office where the trail starts. We hiked in and hiked out but our tour company does offer boat rides
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Lori42076
19 December 2017|
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Response from Kmland23 | Reviewed this property |
We went two days ago and it was wonderful!!!
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mfelder111
3 February 2017|
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Response from bdallmeyer | Reviewed this property |
Well Zozo's is on the grounds & it's there fine dining place but it's probably not open until dinner... very good food classic mix of different tastes buts it's a bit pricey... but well worth it. During the day there's an... More
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julianne48375
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Response from ciera w | Reviewed this property |
Hello There! Yes we took a taxi to the Redhook Ferry station. It think it was like $8-$11 round trip and the ferry leaves every 30 mins to an hour.
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zano321
10 July 2016|
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Response from kingrealestate | Reviewed this property |
No umbrellas, but there are lots of shaded areas, as well as a pavilion. The chairs are free to sit in - I think the two "restaurants" provide them.
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