Isaac Bay, St. Croix

4.9
#1 of 7 in Nature in St. Croix
Water Body · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Isaac Bay provides a secluded beach with good conditions for swimming and a picturesque barrier reef for snorkelling. Plenty of colorful and exotic fish populate the area close to shore. Be aware that the only way of reaching the area is with an off-road vehicle, and then an uphill 15-20 minute trek, but the reward is the serenity of a remote beach with hardly any human life in the immediate vicinity. Be sure not to leave any valuables in your car before your trek to the beach. Take the guesswork out of planning a St. Croix vacation by using our trip itinerary maker.
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  • We brought snorkel gear and were able to make it out to the coral to see some fish and a couple rays. The hike is relatively easy, but the sun beats down pretty good in the afternoon so plan...  more »
  • The walk to the beach was breath taking and once on the beach the sand was great. Day we went it was really windy so weren't able to swim,  more »
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  • Beautiful scenery. Nice trail. It was awesome to see a hermet crab on the trail for the second time.
  • Fantastic secluded beach with EXCELLENT snorkeling. Pro tip: keep walking past Isaac's Bay over the hill to Jack's Bay. It's basically a private beach all to your self. About a 30min hike from pt Udall
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