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Guana Island

Known for Islands, Sailing and Boating

Venture to sights like Leeward Islands as you discover the local area in Guana Island.

How do you get to Guana Island?

Venture to sights like Leeward Islands as you discover the local area in Guana Island.

Things to do in Guana Island

Backed by palms, this stretch of sparkling white sand is regularly ranked as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

In a stunning location above tropical Leinster Bay, these plantation ruins offer some of the last remaining reminders of the slave trade on the island.

Hike on scenic trails, explore sugar plantation ruins and snorkel along an underwater trail in this pristine nature park, which covers much of St. John.

From snorkeling to stand-up paddlingboarding, choose from a range of activities that will get you out in the water to see the rays and turtles that live around this excellent beach.

Not just an idyllic spot for swimmers and sunbathers, this picturesque bay is also popular with a raft of colorful marine creatures.

See interesting fish and coral as you snorkel in the pristine waters off this beautiful bay, which is also home to plantation ruins that shed light on St. John’s past.

Spot dolphins and sea turtles as you sail on a yacht or take a kayak around the glorious beaches that surround this vestige of the lavish Rockefeller dynasty.