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Eco Friendly Day Trip, St John Virgin Islands

Published on August 1, 2018 by calabashcottages

Eco Friendly Day Trip, St John Virgin Islands. There are so many low impact ways to spend your days on St John- hiking, horseback riding, snorkeling, sailing, diving, kayaking or paddle boarding but this particular itinerary is getting notice as being a great way to spend a one of your days on St John.  It's a no brainer:  Summer is a great time to spend a relaxing day at Honeymoon beach with https://viecotours.com/tours/st-john.

Eco Friendly Day Trip, St John Virgin Islands

A dinghy will deliver you from Cruz Bay to the national park's Honeymoon Beach. You can spend the day chilling out on the beach on on one of their included lounge chairs or use their kayaks and paddle boards to do some exploring.  $59.00 per person includes the round trip boat ride and their day beach pass.  If you prefer to hike in the daily rate is $49 per person. Half price specials on weekends until mid November 2018.

With your day pass you can make use of their changing rooms, lockers, bathroom and showers.  Lounge chairs, umbrellas and snorkel gear are also included with this package.

Shade umbrellas Honeymoon Beach, St John VI

Drinks and snacks are available at Bikini's Beach Bar.  Check out their food and drink menu at: https://bikinisonthebeach.com

Although our homes at Calabash Cottages all include snorkel gear you can travel light as gear is included at Honeymoon.

 

 

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I first drifted to St John in 1982 with no plan whatsoever, not knowing a soul and knew right away I was home. I married my husband there in 1990. Paul is a retired builder and was responsible for the construction of all of Calabash Cottages homes. All these years later I still love my island and the great community we have here,
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