Jack & Isaac Bay
Embark on a scenic journey from the Grapetree Bay Hotel to the
secluded shores of Jack’s Bay, a hidden gem awaiting your discovery.
Snorkeling at Jack & Issac Bays
Snorkeling at Jack and Isaac Bays in St. Croix is a hidden gem for underwater enthusiasts seeking a more secluded and intimate experience with nature. These twin bays, nestled on the eastern end of the island, boast some of the most unspoiled and vibrant marine ecosystems in the Caribbean. The crystal-clear, azure waters are a haven for an array of tropical fish, sea turtles, and stunning coral formations. As you glide gently over the shallow reefs, the calm waters reveal an underwater spectacle of diverse marine life, thriving amidst the protected coral gardens. The serenity of Jack and Isaac Bays makes them ideal for a tranquil snorkeling adventure, allowing you to leisurely explore and appreciate the wonders of the underwater world.
The journey to these bays is as enchanting as the snorkeling itself. Surrounded by natural beauty, the bays are accessible via a scenic hike from our hotel through St. Croix’s lush landscapes, adding an element of adventure to your snorkeling trip. The secluded beaches at Jack and Isaac Bays offer a perfect retreat for relaxation and solitude after your snorkeling session. These untouched shores, far from the hustle and bustle of busier tourist spots, provide a unique opportunity to connect with nature both above and below the water. Snorkeling here isn’t just an activity; it’s an experience that encapsulates the untouched beauty and peaceful ambiance of St. Croix’s aquatic and terrestrial splendors.
Hike to Snorkeling:
- Stay Hydrated: Carry enough water for the 2-mile journey.
- Proper Footwear: Sturdy, comfortable shoes are essential for the trail's terrain.
- Hike Length: A pleasant 2 miles round trip, perfect for a half-day adventure.