Accommodations

Coral Bay offers quiet, seclusion and friendly people, but it doesn't offer an abundance of accommodation options, except for individual houses that are rented by their owners. By and large, the only other options in the immediate vicinity are some properties that are oriented toward camping and eco-tourism. If you prefer staying in a hotel or condominium, you will find more options if you expand your search to include areas as far away as Cruz Bay, a 30 minute drive to… more…

Hotels

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Villa Rentals

Coral Bay is not exactly the easiest… more…

Activities

A quirky, quiet town that seems to be worlds apart from nearby Cruz Bay, Coral Bay is perfect in its nothingness. There are no big resorts, glamorous restaurants, or even very many attractions to see, but the verdant hillside and gorgeous seaside is more than enough to draw a small number of… more…

Diving

Divers taking off from the Coral Bay area have easy access to over 25… more…

Shopping

Known as St. John's “Other Town,” Coral Bay… more…

Snorkeling

One of the draws to a stay in Coral Bay is the “other… more…

Transportation

To call Coral Bay a town may be a bit of a stretch, but that idea… more…

Air Travel

Coral Bay used to be a hopping tourist destination, but these days it… more…

Ferries

Even though there is no actual ferry that goes straight into Coral Bay,… more…

Rental Cars

Calling Coral Bay a town is a bit of a… more…

Sailing & Boating

Many people think of Cruz Bay as the… more…

Taxis

While taxis may not be the recommended… more…

Attractions

Although it is home to a number of restaurants and dive bars, there isn't much else to speak of directly within the limited area of Coral Bay.… more…

Landmarks

As a general rule, it is the quiet nature and setting devoid of attractions… more…

Beaches

The sweeping shores of Coral Bay range from soft, fine sand to slightly… more…

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Snorkeling

One of the draws to a stay in Coral Bay is the “other side of the island” appeal that gets tourists away from the busier Cruz Bay for a stay in a quieter, quirkier town. With fewer attractions to keep you busy, it is nature that becomes your main focus. Fortunately, the island's… more…

Sailing & Boating

Many people think of Cruz Bay as the sailing hot spot on St. John, but… more…

Diving

Divers taking off from the Coral Bay area have easy access… more…

Weather

A day without sunshine in the Virgin Islands is so rare that even slight tropical showers are met with surprise by locals. Expect most showers to fall during the spring and summer; however, it has been known to rain in the winter, so don't be surprised if it starts to sprinkle! Most rainfall occurs in the form of mild sun showers, and the precipitation is usually over as soon as it starts. The British Virgin Islands experience a pleasant and moderate 40 inches of more…

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