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Old March 22nd, 2005, 03:56 PM
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Default Re: St. Thomas (honeymoon beach) and Isle de Margarita

We arrived on a boat. Are there other ways? I found this on the Internet. Don't know how accurate it is so check before you commit.

Honeymoon Beach is just what you would expect from the sound of its name. It is a secluded strip of white sand with overhanging palm trees and calm, crystal blue water. The seclusion of the beach is the reward you get for hiking a one-mile trail through the national forest of St John. If you start in St. Thomas, take the ferry from Red Hook to Cruz Bay. The cost is $3 per person one-way. Once at Cruz Bay, go to the National Park Service Cruz Bay Visitor's Center (open 8am to 4:30pm). There, you can get a cool drink of water and pick up a forest trail map. The Lind Point trailhead is located just outside the visitor's center. The hike is not difficult, and the payoff is great. It is very quiet and peaceful.

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