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- 86%Family Travelers
- 86%Adventure Travelers
- 75%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 74%Budget Travelers
- 62%Local Culture
Member Reviews (17)
- Cane BayMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 4Dec 28, 2013
Cane Bay is a great beach for everyone. You can dive the wall, snorkel, horseback ride or just sip pina coladas in the soft sand under palm trees. There are a few great places to eat right on the beach and down the street just before you get to Cane Bay beach coming from our condo. Roudy Joes - just before you make the last right turn to Cane Bay beach has AMAZING ice cream. The owner is, well, not to friendly. Above The Cliff just after you make the last right turn has AMAZING BBQ. Friendly open air right on the water. The Waves at Cane Bay - just before you get to the beach is an upscale open air restaurant right on the water. I believe they're only open for dinner. Off The Wall is a beach restaurant serving sandwiches and pizza. Great atmosphere - and free Sunset shots(-; EAT at Cane Bay is directly across from the beach by the dive shop. Open air with AMAZING views and AWESOME food. Finally the little beach shack right on the beach serves food and drinks! A great place to spend a day on island.
- Cane BaySep 01, 2013
Wonderful Beach shared by the local people, tourists, and the divers from the Cane Bay Dive Shop. The beach is right in front of "Eat at Cane Bay", a first class restaurant, and you can climb the stairs from the beach to the side of their bar where they will serve you drinks or food for the beach. (Closed on Mondays summer season)
- Cane BayJul 14, 2013
Must visit Virgin Kayak for a night time kayak tour of the Bioluminescent area of the Salt River. Jill and Brian Updyke of Virgin Kayak Tours do a fabulous night tour....everytime you put your oar in the water it lights up.....also you can see sunken ships. The dynoflagellates are amazing and light up with a spectrum of colors... There are only 3 areas in the world that you can do this and we are lucky to have one in St. Croix. Also, don't forget to eat at E.A.T. outdoor restaurant at Cane Bay. There is also a "wall dive" at the Dive shop available
- Cane BayFirst to ReviewFeb 07, 2013
One of the best places we went for snorkeling, this beach is great in that there are services across the street should you need them and the water is incredible. We snorkeled here for hours several times and thoroughly enjoyed it.