|The Most Photographed Twin Coconut Palm|
lined with coconut palms.
It is one of the longest beaches on the island,
so you will always find a nice quiet spot, sunny or shady at the beach.
It is also the narrowest beach in the island,
where literally you are a few steps to the water.
Easy to go back to your cooler if you need a refreshment.
Every few feet you'll definitely encounter a sea turtle.
We found that the best time to see the Green Sea Turtles are early morning,
and late afternoon
when they feed at the sea grass beds.
Just like Trunk Bay,
you will see an array of sea life, from colorful fishes, and stingrays.
The best snorkeling spot for this beach
is on the west side of the bay.
it would have been a perfect 100 stars but this beach lack amenities.
And parking is on the side of the road.
If you come late, parking would be quite a challenge.
Come prepared with a cooler full of refreshments and yummy goodies if you are planning to stay most of the day.
The best time to come is on weekdays,
weekends tend to get busy for this is also the locals favorite beach.