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This was such a lovely area. I wish I could have stayed longer but was on a cruise ship excursion. The water was stunningly blue. It was September so the sun was very strong. Highly recommend a visit if in the area.
The week before Christmas and we had this entire beach to ourselves for 3 hours. Sadly, the hurricane has scared away visitors and very few charters are yet running. There was only other boat anchored near the bay. The scenery was beyond anything I dreamed...More
Despite hurricane Irma, the beaches and park remain beautiful and a great place to visit, swim or just chill at. The islanders have taken the time to clean up hurricane debris, and as the park is turning green again.
This was one of the most beautiful little beaches I have ever had the pleasure of visiting, gorgeous bathtub like water, amazing rock formations, incredible photos! We visited with a charter tour from St Thomas. Hoping it survived the hurricane, I haven't seen too many...More
My husband and I visited the Baths in early October. Fyi, the route through the Baths is not for someone with mobility issues. Some minor climbing is required, and there are some tight spaces, however the trek is absolutely... More
My husband and I visited the Baths in early October. Fyi, the route through the Baths is not for someone with mobility issues. Some minor climbing is required, and there are some tight spaces, however the trek is absolutely worthwhile! Devil's Bay is AMAZING! There was not a strong current while we were there. The water is crystal clear, and relatively shallow. There was a rope sectioning off the deeper water. If your 6 yr old can swim, I truly believe this is a safe activity. Our guide did keep an eye on everyone. I do recommend bringing some bottle water with you if possible. You'll be thankful! Not sure about the life jackets, but we took a boat to the Baths, and life jackets are mandatory on the boats.