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Located conveniently on the Boardwalk in Christiansted,St.Croix USVI. Big Beard's crew Mike, Christi, and Tommy took Great Care of me. Buck Island is a phenomenal must see spot in St.Croix. This was my second time snorkeling. I have asthma, my anxiety was very high. Big...More
What a great find , arrived on a small ferry boat from St Croix and it was unhurried and tranquil with a fabulous beach scene .The bar was very laid back, and there was a BBQ going on on the beach which all added to...More
This beach is what dreams are made of!!! Absolutely STUNNING!! Great place to snorkel! I saw lots of fish, a stingray and an octopus! No luck finding a turtle, but others in my tour group did see them! Next time!
Buck Island provides a secluded area for picnics, laying on the beach or just exploring the small island. It also provides some interesting snorkeling with several coral formations and different species of fish found in the waters just offshore.
Im not sure if this is the correct place im reviewing, but if you come across this review it is for Carribean Sea Adventures Buck Island Tours (from Frederiksted) on the Boardwalk.
Anywho, my husband and I were here on our honeymoon and thoroughly enjoyed...More
You CAN NOT!!! visit St. Croix without take the short trip out to the most Beautiful Buck Island, the US Only Island National Monument, it should be on EVERY Bucket List and a Must do when in St. Croix.
We came here on an excursion and spent about an hour here prior to snorkeling on the other side of this beautiful little island.
Since it is an island, you must find a vendor that will take you there and vendors are limited with who...More
Buck cove is absolutely beautiful. One side of the island is all sandy and shallow while the other side deep. The fish on the deep side are beautiful. Make sure you go on one of the many tours offered. If not for the knowledge also...More
Hurricane Hugo is really the one to blame for the destruction of the reef back in 1989. Since then the National Park service has implemented bold but effective conservation practices that have encouraged coral growth and... More
Hurricane Hugo is really the one to blame for the destruction of the reef back in 1989. Since then the National Park service has implemented bold but effective conservation practices that have encouraged coral growth and species expansion. Today the reef is alive and well and improving each year, which is the opposite of global reef trends. With every day getting a little bit better who knows what you will see by the time you get here. Just be sure to wear reef safe sunscreen and refrain from touching any of the coral.