Imagine waking up to water in so many shades of blue that you, well, never get use it. A sailboat sails slowly by as it makes its way into deeper water. You hear gulls overhead as they compete with the gentle Caribbean breeze. It’s almost hypnotizing, but you know you’re here in St. Thomas and moments away from planting your feet in that powdery, white sand. This beach is one of my favorites because it’s small and has both sand and rocks and water that will knock you out.
Though nude beaches are not a big thing in the U.S. Virgin Islands (it’s not legal and only unofficially tolerated), there are a few. One of the more popular ones is just down the trail from well-known Magens Bay Beach. To get there, just follow the signs.
We have very few pictures of Little Magens Bay Beach, but these shots will give you an idea of how beautiful Little Magens Bay is.
Little Magens Bay Beach is separated by rocks and water from the grand Magens Bay Beach.
Little Magens Bay BEACH INDEX:
- Sand – medium grain/coral composition.
- Facilities – must go back to Magens Bay Beach.
- Shade – palm trees and afternoon shade from nearby mountain.
- Notes – it’s illegal to be nude in the USVI.