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We did a day trip visit to the BVI from St. Thomas and ended the day at White Bay. Even though the skies were turning grey, it was absolutely beautiful. We swam into shore which was a blast and headed to the Soggy Dollar. We...More
We swam in from our boat tour, ordered the delicious painkillers, bought t shirts from the store and swam back to the boat. The beach is beautiful with fine sands but the water was kinda rough. Overall im glad we did the soggy bar challenge...More
Good food, nothing special. Swam in off the boat. Waited 45 minutes to get food, as most of the places were closed due to slow season had to wait them out. I had the tuna melt and a side salad, she had a burger with...More
We attended with friends that had visited Soggy Dollar before and had heard so much about it. It was far better than any description they could have given. Totally relaxed, calm, and friendly environment. The fried conch and cold beer was perfect! Hubby and friends...More
Soggy dollar bar was always this oasis. pristine beach, beautiful palms and one bar. Now it’s bar after restaurant after bar. Lots of boats, lots of people. I didn’t enjoy it as much. Some of the charm has gone. Much preferred foxy’s on the other...More
Tourist trap but we’ll worth the experience. Painkillers and rum punches to name just 2 get you in the mood for some some beach fun. The beach is beautiful, the views spectacular, any visit to Virgin Gorda or the BVI’s is incomplete without visiting the...More
So, the trip to get to Jost Van Dyke is an adventure. You must have a passport and go through British customs. The fare from St. John on the ferry is $130 pp round trip. When filling out the paperwork, remember - “Day first, then...More
White Bay may have been our favorite beach in the BVI. You are stopping to be around high energy, good sand, and a lineup of half a dozen beach bars with some twist on the painkiller. This is also a good place to snag some...More
Soggy Dollar Bar is a fun place to hang out and have drinks. The Painkillers are delicious! The view is beautiful! We texted our friends to look at the live webcam on their website and had fun waving at them.
We can not find any direct water transportation from Road Town cruise port to the Soggy at White bay. Last time we visited, the cruise line had a direct water excursion from Road Town port and then dropped you off at White Bay beach.