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Coki Point Beach, East End
(3.9/5 based on 2,600+ reviews on the web)
Offering azure waters and soft white sands, Coki Point Beach is considered one of the top snorkel spots on Saint Thomas island. Local vendors line the shore, offering refreshments, hair braiding and snorkel equipment hire, perfect if you haven’t brought your own. Discover a trove of tropical fish in the calm, clear waters, or glide across the cerulean surface on a rented kayak. Plan to visit Coki Point Beach during your Red Hook vacation using our convenient Red Hook holiday planner.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • The tide was strong and carried a lot of debris and a lot of locals gathered there and just didn't seem safe and not as clean as it could've been. Needs to be more presentable as the restrooms needed ...  more »
  • This is definitely a local party spot, lots of drinking and gonga. The beach is nice but look out for broken beer bottles. A nice snorkeling spot, but you probably don't want to bring the whole family...  more »
  • We visited Coki beach twice during our trip. One day we were charged 20.00 for an umbrella and 2 chairs the next day 10.00 LOL.. the beach was nice and relaxing. Vendors on the beach didn't bother me ...  more »
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  • Calm and secluded beach with great snorkling nearby! You only need to swim a few hundred feet for great snorkling. Also very nice of you only want to relax by the beach. You can rent snorkling equipement on site (inexpensive).
  • Great family hang out, perfect place to snorkel. Highly recommended when visiting the island. Be prepared to pay $20 per person for a cab ride and back, from the Boat dock. Other than that, it was a great time had by all.
  • The water is clear on this beach. Coki Point will aleay be among my favorite spots. The beach is small so arrive early to beat the rush.
  • Coki has a more protected cove so on a windy day this can be a better island beach spot.
  • Coki is the place to go to see the most fish while snorkeling. Buy some dog biscuits and the fish will literally surround you. Bring your camera! Parking is in a graveyard so if that bothers you.....go to Sapphire Beach. Not as many fish but a bigger beach.