Honeymoon Beach

A wide, white sand beach slopes gently down to turquoise water.
A perfect beach for families.

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18.3400308, -64.7914364

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This white-sand beach can be accessed by a short hike from the Virgin Islands National Park sign off North Shore Road, Caneel Bay or by boat. Palm and seagrape trees provide generous shade. A narrow reef follows the shoreline east of Honeymoon to Caneel Bay.

In the clear water off the rocky point in between the two beaches, you will find several species of coral (brain, lettuce leaf, elkhorn, mustard hill, and pillar corals). Many colonies of finger coral can be found on the fringing reef west of Salomon. These reef areas provide shelter for a wide variety of colorful fish and other marine creatures.

Virgin Islands National Park

Last updated: January 11, 2024