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We went to Sandy Cay on our last visit to the BVI. If you look for a natural habitat place to visit without the busy tourist this is the beach to go. You have to bring everything but is worth the visit. White powder sand, great trail to explore the island with small kids. Be aware of the rules to... 更多
We came here today with Good Day charters, and had an unreal time! It was so cool to find a place like this in what seemed like the middle of nowhere. We spent a good deal of time here snorkeling, swimming, and really just enjoying ourselves. This place really made the trip incredible, and I can't wait to make it... 更多
Turquoise blue water, white sand, and palm trees, it is exactly what you think of when someone says picture a beautiful Caribbean beach. The fact that it can only be reached via water, means no crowds. On both trips we've been here, we were the only people on the island. All 13+ acres were all to ourselves. I could have... 更多
You can't help but snap a few pictures of this quaint little spit of an island with some bushes and a single palm tree surrounded by blindingly white sand and crystal blue water. Great for beach boccie ball!
Wonderful, uninhabited place. Great for a swim in, and quick walk around. Incredible views! Sandy Spit is a must-stop for us when boating in the BVI!
We stop here every trip. We swim to shore and then walk around the island. Idyllic setting. Just be careful "climbing" onto the beach as it can be tricky with the steep incline.
You don't *need* to see both, but both are worth a stop at some point. This year, we had Captain Wilson of Island Wilson Excursions take us to see turtles in Christmas Cove, then to the Bubbling Pool, lunch at Foxy's Taboo, and then time to chill at Sandy Spit and Sandy Cay. There is a reason Corona chose Sandy... 更多
Our charter captain (Tucker, Bella Luna - St John) stopped here on our day charter. Only two other boats stopped here too. This is a perfect spot for a picture, snorkeling and a peaceful moment. The setting of The Gilligan's Island intro offered pure serenity.
If you are sailing it is a must place to visit. The water is crisp and clear. Living there for a few years, visiting last year was my first time visiting Sandy Cay