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This island is situated at the mouth of Maho Bay and is pretty much in open water. My guide told me that he has never seen people on the beach there but there is a beach. There is also a building there or the ruins...More
We rented a kayak at Cinnamon Bay and made the trek over to Whistling Cay. While it was a workout to get there - it was so worth it! We went around the back side of the island and pulled our kayak out of the...More
There's some good coral and fish to see here if you can get to Whistling Cay. It would be tough to get here without a boat of some sort. I got here on a chartered boat and enjoyed the snorkeling, though it wasn't my favorite...More
Snorkeling has been better at numerous other St. John locations. Good for first time, inexperienced, beginning snorkelers. Plan your day there carefully as that is where the St. Thomas cruise ships take excursions.
Note that there is a nominal fee, faculties are available as well...More
My boyfriend and I visited Whistling Cay on May 30, 2015. We rented a dinghy from Low Key Watersports and made the trip out. I recognized the customs house from the water, so we turned in that direction and went to the island. We were...More
You'll need to rent a kayak at Cinnamon Bay to get to Whistling Cay. It's about a 1/2 hour kayak. I think it cost us about $60 for the trip. Land on the pebbly beach near the ruins. It's an old house someone in the...More