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Waterlemon Cay, Virgin Islands National Park
Categories: Islands, Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
Take a short hike along a rugged trail to Waterlemon Cay, a remote snorkeling location. Swim out over the initially rocky shore to lush coral gardens teeming with tropical fish, rays, and turtles. You won't find room to sunbathe on the rocky beach, unless you’re okay with perching on a small boulder. Regardless, you can appreciate the natural world around you as you relax in the untouched environment. Bring plenty of food, water, and sunscreen along with you. Plan to visit Waterlemon Cay during your Virgin Islands National Park vacation using our convenient Virgin Islands National Park tour planner.
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Definitely worth the hike, on flat ground I might add. You won't be disappointed when you make it to the beach.. Snorkel to your hearts content around the cay. Beautiful reefs and plenty of fish to se... read more »
La baia è riparata con alle spalle un piccolo stagno salato coperto dalla folta vegetazione tropicale. Ma lo spettacolo sono le tartarughe che si avvicinano alla lingua sabbiosa.The Bay is sheltered behind a small salt pond covered by lush tropical vegetation. But the show are the turtles that come to Sandy.show original
I came here early in the morning and no one was there. It was super quiet and peaceful. I started on the side closest to the trail but I only saw a bunch of sea grass so I went a little further out an... read more »
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