St. John, USVI
A coconut palm tree lined white sand beach is always a "visitors favorite."
Maho Bay Beach has plenty of shade, shallow crystal clear water and easy access.
Maho Bay Beach is not just any beach but “Visitor’s Favorite Beach” on the island of St. John, USVI. Not only does it boast beautiful white sand and turquoise water, the towering coconut palm trees that line the beach offer tons of shade and make for a postcard worthy pic for your social media page.
The water is shallow for a good ways out so it’s great for families with smaller children. If you want to swim with sea turtles, this is your beach. Parking is close and access to the beach is easy but that also means it gets crowded by 11:00 AM.
The left side of the beach is framed by Coconut Palm Trees and the perfect spot for your social media pics. The right side of the beach has the sea grass and the opportunity to swim with the Sea Turtles nesting there. Note: DON’T touch the turtles much as you may be tempted.
Maho is nothing short of AMAZING
From Cruz Bay – take North Shore Road approximately 11 miles east. You will be pass Honeymoon Beach, Hawksnest, Trunk Bay, and Cinnamon Bay. There is plenty of parking across the street from the beach, so you won’t have to carry your things very far. Pack everything including fresh water and food. There are no services at this beach.