One of the prettiest beaches on St John, which is accessible only by boat or by footpath, will be even more popular now that VI Ecotours has opened a concession base renting kayaks and paddle boards.
|St John Tradewinds photo of paddle boarding & kayaking
at Honeymoon Bay
VI Ecotours, a popular St Thomas based watersports operator, has been operating a similar concession base at Caneel for nearly a decade. They have now taken a long abandoned structure right on Honeymoon Beach
which they have renovated and will offer paddle boards, kayaks, snorkel equipment, and even underwater cameras and ice cream! Word is that they will also have flush toilets and use of lockers!
|Newly renovated concession stand and amenities
including a hammock for ‘limin
photo credit St John Tradewinds
Getting to Honeymoon beach is strictly by hiking (or by boat). St John Off The Beaten Track has a great map showing the path which starts at the National Park Service Visitor’s Center
Visitor Center to Salomon Bay (1.0 mile)
Visitors Center to Honeymoon Bay (1.1 miles)
Visitor Center to Lind Point Overlook (0.4 mile)
Lind Point Overlook to start of Salomon Bay Spur Trail (0.3 mile)
Start of Salomon Bay Spur Trail to Salomon Bay (0.3 mi)
Start of Salomon Bay Spur Trail to Honeymoon Bay (0.4mi)