St. Thomas North Shore Beaches

St. Thomas North shore Beaches are where you’ll find most of the locals. These secluded beaches offer tranquility, snorkeling, and a refreshing island breeze. Magens Bay Beach

  • Calm Waters
  • Sandy Beaches
  • Lifeguards
  • Restrooms
  • Showers
  • Dining
  • Gift Shops

Magens Bay Beach stretches one mile down the island coast, and is considered one of the most popular beaches on St. Thomas.  The calm waters at Magens Bay Beach make it perfect family beach with safe swimming and calming waves.
People enjoy the array of water sports that are offered at this beach, including paddle boats, kayaks, and snorkeling equipment. Enjoy dining at the beach restaurant/bar which serves pizzas, burgers, and more tasty island treats. Magens Bay charges a small entry fee that is used to maintain the facilities and the beach (adults: 4$ children: $2)

Hull Bay

  • Calm Surf
  • Sandy Beach
  • Dive Shop
  • Snorkeling
  • Beach Bar

Seagrape trees line the coast of this tranquil beach. Mostly populated by locals, this secluded hideaway is perfect for snorkeling and basking in the sun. Hull Bay is infamous for some of the islands favorite restauraunts and bars. Check out the dive shop which provides you with equipment for snorkeling, kayaking, and more.

Mandahl Bay

  • Mild Surf
  • Sand, Pebbles, Rocks, Coral
  • Drive up Beach
  • Tide Pools
  • Snorkeling

Mandahl Bay is a secluded beach that offers a natural island feel. Explore the coast as you watch the pelicans dive in for a snack. One of Mandahl Bay’s famous favorite spots are their small tide pools, which allow you to get up close and personal with tiny fish, crabs, and an array of small sea creatures. Most of the beach is made up of rocky terrain, making it a better location for exploring compared to laying out in the sun.

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