stunning and a definite "must see." Not the easiest for those with mobility issues, but if was gorgeous.
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Despite the current difficulties Gorda is still facing after hurricane Irma, The Baths remain unaffected. A natural phenomenon of rock, water, and beauty this is worth a visit, with the bonus of a fantastic beach.
This was the final and most impressive stop on a shore excursion while visiting Virgin Gorda back in November of 2016. The trail to the Baths is very doable but requires extreme caution. Water is almost knee high in most places but it is easy...More
If you do not know the Seychelles and its granite rocks plunging into the sea, go snorkeling in the Baths because you will have the framework but unfortunately not the funds: much less present fauna. But the place between the rocks is very beautiful.
The stone formations are amazing. Go here in a low season otherwise the place is crowded. I traveled here in Septermber 2015 I couldn't change the travel time that is why shows October 2016.
If you are in Virgin Gorda, you need to visit the Baths. It is amazing and quite beautiful. We went with our kids and had no issues. There is a hike down to the Baths and it is easy. Navigating between the boulders is as...More
We signed up for a charter tour boat trip while we were visiting St. Thomas. So glad we decided to visit The Baths. Make sure you have your passport. The experience once we arrived was fine. The Captain handled all the passport stuff. We took...More
Overall I thought it was a great experience. It was super cool to walk on below and through massive boulders. A few important things to know before you take this excursion. The walk down felt like forever in the heat, very uneven and slippery. Don't...More