The Virgin Islands are perfect for island hopping on a yacht charter. Sun, sand, and crystal blue waters mixed together equals paradise. You’ll feel the gentle rocking of the yacht on the waves and feel immediately relaxed. Since many of the USVI beaches are only accessible by boat, they are more secluded and pristine. Others are popular for a reason and well worth the crowds.
Check out the following beaches worth visiting in the US Virgin Islands (USVI):
Trunk Bay on St John
St. Thomas Island is home to Lindberg Bay, a family beach, which offers shallow waters and a nearby playground. Even so, the beach remains relatively clear of crowds and dining is nearby.
Magens Bay is also on St. Thomas. It has white, powdery sand and shady palm trees, making this beach a favorite of the island, even though it’s not a snorkeling area. After you swim, you can grab a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants and stands that are nearby.
Coki Point Beach on St. Thomas gets crowded, in part because of its spectacular snorkeling areas. No sit-down restaurants are close, but there are small bars with food available.
Honeymoon Bay is one of the many beautiful beaches that is not available by car. This makes a great stop, but come prepared if you plan to stay long, as the only facilities are a few portable toilets
Trunk Bay, on St. John Island, has a breathtaking view that makes it worth the stop. Listed as one of the “Ten Best Beaches in The World,” Trunk Bay offers clear turquoise waters and powdery sand along with picnic tables and nearby snack bars.
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