Picture perfect postcard setting. White Bay on Jost Van Dyke is the quintessential Caribbean beach. Gentle waves kiss the shoreline as the deep blue water turns emerald green where the sand and water meet. Lined with palm trees and beach bars you will spend an entire day making new friends as you drink, dine, play and relax your way up and down the beachfront. Protected by a long reef, many captains’ choose to moor their vessel in Great Harbor, one cove east of White Bay. A short dinghy ride around the point allows you and your crew to bring the dinghy ashore and explore without navigating the shallow reef or limited mooring balls off the beach in White Bay. Sitting in one of the many beach chairs that face the sea may be all the action you need to unwind, let go and relax into scenery at White Bay.
Gertrude's, Ivan's, and Hindus
Gertrudes, Ivans, Hindu’s all offer something a little different to make your explorations interesting. Hindu’s with its many beach games, volleyball court, and large dining area provide a great place for large groups and those looking for a little more formal dining experience.
Soggy Dollar Bar
Favorite destinations like the Soggy Dollar bar claiming to be home of the original Painkiller. A signature BVI frozen drink with coconut, fresh nutmeg, and rum. Try your skill with the ring on a string game attempting to best your new friends with your keen eye and a steady hand.
Further down the beach enjoy Coco Loco. Meet Uncle Willard, the proprietor and self-acclaimed best fish tacos in the territory. This quaint establishment delivers delicious meals with a warm and friendly staff that treats you like family and greets you like you have been a patron for years.