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Devils Bay Beach

Listed under Beaches in British Virgin Islands.

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Devils Bay can be reached from The Baths via a 20-minute hike through a maze of towering granite boulders. The beach is just as pretty but generally less crowded than The Baths. Snorkelling from here around to The Baths is spectacular.

Written by  Mike Lyvers.

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“Devil's Bay, Virgin Gorda”

Stacks of boulders and excellent white sand. Good snorkelling nearby.You should take care when swimming off Devil's Bay in a northern swell, when the waves can be rough and there is a very strong undertow. Read more...

Written by  James Henderson. See more about this from Definitive Caribbean

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