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Salomon/Honeymoon Bays

Salomon Beach
Salomon Beach By Anne Finney

Salomon/Honeymoon Bay, two white-sand beaches, can be accessed by a short hike from the Virgin Islands National Park sign off North Shore Road, Caneel Bay or by boat. A narrow reef follows the shoreline east of Honeymoon to Caneel Bay provides excellent snorkeling. 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.


Details
Walk to the beach for a quick dip or view of the beach or pack a lunch and stay all day. 
It is over a mile up and down a rocky trail not suitable for strollers

Service dogs are allowed in Virgin Islands National Park and leashed dogs are allowed on trails. 

Title 36 part 2 section 15 of the Code of Federal Regulations provides the rules on dogs. 
* Pets are not allowed on beaches. 36CFR 2.15(a)(1)
This rule is in place to protect nesting sea turtles, shore birds and our visitors on the beach.
* Pets must be on leash no longer than 6' while in the Park. 36CFR 2.15 (a)(2)
* Pets can not be left unattended and tied to an object. 36CFR 2.15 (a)(3)
* Pet owners are responsible for removing pet waste appropriately. 36CFR 2.15 (a)(5)

To report any dog issues call 1-866-995-8467.

 Service Animals

A service animal is one that is specifically trained to aid a person with a disability.
* Service animals are welcome in the park but must follow many of the pet rules.
* Service animals must be on a leash and under control at all times.
* Pet owners are responsible for removing pet waste appropriately. 36CFR 2.15 (a)(5)

If you have any other questions about pets in the park please feel free to call the park 340-776-6201 or find a Ranger and ask them!!

Entrance fees may apply, see Fees & Passes information.
Stop by the Cruz Bay Visitor Center and ask for directions or pick up a map on how to get there. 

Last updated: September 20, 2018