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Beach Day Pass at Honeymoon Beach in St John

  • Full-day St John beach pass at Honeymoon Beach
  • Enjoy access to kayaks, snorkeling gear and stand-up paddleboards
  • Lounge in a hammock, raft or beach chair
Beach Day Pass at Honeymoon Beach in St John
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Beach Day Pass at Honeymoon Beach in St John
Enjoy the beauty and convenience that come with a day pass to Honeymoon Beach. Experience the beauty, fun and relaxation that are on offer at this white sand beach bordering the Caribbean's sparkling blue waters. Lounge all day in your dedicated beach chair or lie in a hammock hanging from two palm trees for the ultimate relaxing experience. Try your hand at stand-up paddleboarding, kayak around Caneel Bay or snorkel the offshore coral reefs if you're into water sports. Use of a beach chair, a locker and all water sports equipment is included.
What to Expect
Make your way to Honeymoon Beach, one of St John's most spectacular. A strip of white sand bordering the sparkling blue Caribbean Sea, this beach has a variety of amenities to which your day pass gives you access. 
Your valuables will be safe in your own locker at the Honeymoon Hut, where you’ll have access to bathrooms and locker facilities. A gift shop offers a wide variety of items, including cold drinks and light snacks, for sale; underwater cameras can be rented individually if available. Bar beverages and food are also available (own expense).

Float on a luxuriously thick raft near shore or lie in a cozy hammock under a shady palm tree. Place your comfortable beach chair anywhere along the length of the palm-fringed tropical beach and lose yourself in a book or a nap.
Put on your mask, snorkel, fins and lifejacket to explore two colorful reefs at each end of the fabulous beach. Paddle around the bay on a single or double kayak, or try balancing on a stand-up paddleboard that strengthens your core muscles as you pull yourself along in the Caribbean waters.
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1 - 5 of 7 reviews

Reviewed 22 July 2018
Worth the trek

We did the Beach Day pass at Honeymoon beach last week (July 2018). The beach is really beautiful, and we stayed busy the entire time we were there. We snorkeled, tried the SUP boards, kayaked, floated and sunbathed. The food was good, but very pricey!...More

5  Thank JamieNoles
Reviewed 21 July 2018
Nice beach but no shade

Pros: Honeymoon Beach is not overly large but the sand is soft and the surf was very gentle. We used the kayaks and SUPs which were a nice break from laying around. The outdoor shower was very handy to get the salt and sand off...More

1  Thank OKCHurleyGirl
Reviewed 22 March 2018
Awesome day at Honeymoon!

We had an awesome day at Honeymoon beach! We happened to be there the 1st day they started selling beer/drinks, which was a plus. All the staff members that we encountered were very accommodating and friendly. The bathroom and changing facilities were very nice and...More

1  Thank Blair C
Reviewed 8 March 2018
Extremely enjoyable experience with Virgin Islands Ecotours

From the dinghy pickup in St John to our adventures at Honeymoon Beach/Caneel, it was a fun and relaxing day thanks to Eric, Michelle and Duncan. They were so friendly and eager that our large group enjoyed our day there. Duncan, our dinghy captain was...More

Thank tigerpau
Reviewed 25 February 2018
Virgin Islands Ecotours

We opted for a half-day tour ($25) from the Cruz Bay ferry beach. This doesn't include a hike or a kayak, but does include a short zodiac ride captained by Tommy the Surfer Dude, who's entertaining and professional.. Once on the lovely beach, we were...More

2  Thank puccim
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30 August 2018|
Response from JamieNoles | Reviewed this property |
I’m honestly not sure (sorry). We parked in the lot by the st John national park reserve.
27 July 2018|
Response from JamieNoles | Reviewed this property |
I’m not positive, but I believe the beaches are public. So, you should be able to ride a catamaran over to any of the beaches of St. John. You’d have to pay, of course, to have access to the beach chairs, floats, etc... More