- The US Virgin Islands Best Guide
Jumbie Bay is a lovely little beach. Often sparsely populated it is a great spot to enjoy some private beach time; spread your towel, beach blanket or just to lay in the sand. A walk down wooden steps and a short trail leads you to the beach from the main road. Parking is limited to a few roadside spots. A small sign on the roadside indicates the beach; it is easily missed. The water at Jumbie can be choppy on windy days. Use caution when swimming as the water deepens quickly. A hard beach rock covers an area of the beach with sandy areas around it. Snorkeling can be enjoyed on calm days along a shallow reef that extends from the right side of the beach.
- Parking Available
- Diving & Snorkeling
Located on the Northside
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I’m not a snorkeler, so I can’t address that. I’ve been told that it’s can be kind of rough for snorkeling, but I don’t know. But.....for relative isolation and for swimming, and also for the availability of shady spots, Junbie is my fave! Enjoy it!!