I see the potential of this beach and I love to find hidden gems that are more difficult to get to but unfortunately this beach was completely covered and piled high with seaweed. To the left is junks hole bay which was littered with garbage...更多
We love visiting off the beaten path beaches, but this one was a huge disappointment. The water was quite rough, the sand coarse (almost fish tank gravel-like), it had heaps of red seaweed, and litter everywhere. Be sure to wear shoes if you want to...更多
Call it Junks Hole or Savannah Bay, eat at Nat's Place or Palm Grove ... both location and eatery are one and the same!
As you leave Island Harbour on Walter Hodge road, keep your eyes peeled for the sign and dirt track on the...更多
Our experience of this beach apparently wasn't typical of some of the other contributors. You drive down a long dirt road to get to it. The bay is very large and has a nice beach along 95% of the bay. It was windy and the...更多
I have difficulty walking and for several years needed a crutch to help support me while I walked. The first beach we would head to was Savanna Bay because it is secluded (no one staring) and the water at "Junks Hole" was so calm and...更多
This is a bring-your-own-everything kind of beach. best place for snorkel. Drive down a rocky dirt track to Savannah Bay. The only thing at the end of the trail is Nat's beach shack. The beach is a naturel in the sense that everything washes up...更多
This is a sad case of disappearing beach.
Strong winds in the first two weeks of March resulted in a large influx of seaweed on a lot of beaches (Sandy Hill also). On Savanna, which is the most exposed in Anguilla, the whole mile long...更多