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Salt Pond Bay, Virgin Islands National Park
Categories: Bodies of Water, Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Take a trip down to Salt Pond Bay, an area of coastline that includes one of the island's most popular beaches. Located a moderate hike away from the road, the sheltered cove offers a white sand beach, as well as a biologically rich marine environment and multiple hiking routes. Head out into the shallow waters by the beach to spot sea turtles, rays, and hermit crabs during a snorkel, or take one of the coastal trails to cross areas of rugged coral shoreline and gain extensive views of the bay. Using our international travel planner, Virgin Islands National Park attractions like Salt Pond Bay can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Assolutamente da non perdere, vuoi perchè isolata, vuoi per il grande stagno salato ricco di avifauna, vuoi per la calma delle acque verdi smeraldo della baia. Ogni tanto fa capolino qualche barracuda... read more »Not to be missed, either because isolated, the great salt pond full of BirdLife, the calm waters of Emerald Green Bay. Occasionally peeps some barracuda blockshow original
This was bar far m favorite place to snorkel. It's out of the way, but I think it's well worth it. When entering the beach, the area closest to you is where all the coral is. If you swim a bit further... read more »
Far side of island and well worth the drive! We saw lots of small colorful fish fair amount of broken coral but made the ocean floor pretty a few turtles and one sting ray. A small maybe one foot shar... read more »
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