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We went to Caneel late in the day( around 4:00pm). This is my wife's favorite beach. You can't use the chairs unless you are staying there, so bring a blanket or parasheet. There is good snorkrling and this beach is very pretty. Donkeys wandered by...More
The only beach avalible is sunset beach which is a healthy walk to a mediocre beach. There is a $20 parking fee that will be refunded if you purchase $20 or more in the over priced gift shop. Many other great beaches on the island.
You don't have to be staying at the resort to enjoy their gorgeous beach, great snorkeling and beautiful grounds. We swam for ages and ended up walking back to the main beach thru the resort. There were wild donkeys roaming around! We can't wait to...More
Visitors are allowed with $20 per car fee not charged if you spend that on the grounds. You cannot bring chairs or use theirs - towels only. The restaurant has good food but don't wait to go until you are hungry be service is island...More
Caneel Bay sits on a gorgeous piece of property within the Virgin Islands National Parks. Some of the prettiest beaches on the famed north shore are only accessible to resort guests. The staff are friendly and attentive which is an improvement over years past. Food...More
We have been to Caneel Bay many times over the past 25 years -- first time on our honeymoon in 1991. We went back this November on a family trip. We stayed elsewhere on the island since we now have teens/tweens. But, had an amazing...More