The Bubbly Pool is worth of visit, but it is hardly the highlight of a BVI vacation. It's a bit of a walk from Foxy's Taboo, and at times the trail markers are not obvious. Watch out for the poisonous tree, which is well marked. I enjoyed the hike, and the view from the rocks watching the surf break in...
I've been hearing about the "Bubbly Pool" on Jost Van Dyke for years, and we finally made it over there. It was OK. Nothing to get overly excited about. It's not that big, but maybe we were there at low tide. I can see where it could be dangerous in a big breeze from the north.
Great hike under the most poisonous trees in the world made it even more exciting. Rained on us while there but we took shelter under a non-poisonous tree and made the best of it. A beautiful place to watch the water roar in. But be careful. People have been hurt here. It is quite powerful at times.
We ate at Foxy's Taboo and walked to the bubbly pool. The walk is about 10 minutes and not too hard. There are poisonous trees along the way so look out. They are marked though. The waves crashing through the crevice is really awesome to see. To stand in the pool and feel the pull of the current and then...
After snorkeling our instructor took us to the Bubbly Pool. The seas were fairly calm so the "bubbly pool" was not too bubbly. However, there is Foxy's Taboo ( satellite of Foxy's) bar near the trailhead...what else can I say...a couple of Presidente's and some Gin and tonics; life is good