Sandy Cay waiting for you
Part of White Beach
Approaching JVD
Private beach for you
Sandy Cay with Tortola in the background
Foxy's in the daytime
This island is a mere 4 square miles, and it
sports numerous watering holes, including 3
spectacular beach.

There is the Soggy Dollar Bar in White Bay,
the home of the famous Pain Killer drink.

There is also Ivan's Stress-Free Bar on
White Beach.

In Great Harbor Foxy Callwood has the
famous Tamarind Bar, better known as
"Foxy's". The bar was started over 40 years
ago and it hosts one of the most famous
new year's eve parties in the Caribbean.

There is also a relatively strenuous hike up
Majohnny Hill, in addition to 4 wheel ATV you
can rent with a guide and tour every "road" on
the island.

There is also the Bubbly Pool, a 15 minute
walk from Taboo's where you can have an
ocean bubble bath when there is a northerly
well running.

There is also the famous Sidney's Peace
and Love waterfront rustic restaurant for local
fresh lobsters.
Great Harbour Beach
The island's arrival point with its white
sandy horseshoe shape, offers a
fabulous water sport facility with a host
of friendly and casual beach bars and
restaurants.

Sandy Cay is a tiny island off the
southeast coast of Jost Van Dyke that
has a spectacular white sand beach
perfect for sunbathing or snorkeling. A
path leads to the cay's interior and just
to its north is the smaller, but also
beautiful, Sandy Spit.

Sandy Spit Beach
Totally remote but within reach by
boat, this spectacular beach is
definitely worth the trip! Enjoy
marvelous snorkeling in a relaxed
atmosphere.

White Bay Beach
With a long stretch of pure white sand,
this palm-lined beach was voted one of
the top ten beaches in the world by
Caribbean Travel & Life. Protected by
a great snorkeling reef.
Little Jost Van Dyke features stretches
of powder white sandy beaches for
snorkeling and nearby dive sites
include Twin Towers, two large rock
formations rising from 90 feet with
smaller rock formations. Eagle rays
and tarpon are often found here.
Jost Van Dyke
Diamond Cay, declared a national park
in 1991, is located off Long Bay. Like
most other islands that have been
declared National Parks, Diamond Cay
is a bird sanctuary. The 1.25 acre
nesting site is home to several species
of bird, including tern, boobies, and
pelicans. The island is part of a
proposed protected area, which
includes the privately owned islands of
Little Jost Van Dyke, and the
surrounding marine area. The
endangered leatherback turtle nests
on Sandy Cay. Two species of lizard
live on Sandy Spit. The volcanic nature
of the island is more pronounced on
the windward side, with bare, rocky
cliffs, while the leeward side is lined
with sandy beaches. The area has a
hiking trail on Sandy Cay.
Guests making use of random trash
Guests loving the Bubble Bath
Your own little private beach. And a bar?
The Bubble Bath getting ready
Ready for the wave?