One of the most photographed shot of The Baths is about halfway through the caves that connect to Devil's Bay

One of the most photographed shot of The Baths is about halfway through the caves that connect to Devil’s Bay

This is a fun day trip by private boat or public ferry, and a perfect destination for everyone in your group. If you want to just relax in the warm sand and soak up the sun – you can. If you want to climb the huge boulders that crowd the beach – you can. And snorkeling these clear waters is a perfect way to discover the undersea world just below.


Devil’s Bay at The Baths is such an incredibly unique place to visit. To get there, take the path down from the parking area at The Baths, and when you reach the bottom you will see a marker pointing to the left to go to Devil’s Bay. The path will take you through areas between the huge boulders along the beach, sometimes taking you a few inches into the water offering you an up-close view of one of nature’s most beautiful sites. You’ll have the opportunity to walk through grottos, hold on to a rope and actually climb up on one of the huge rocks, and experience first-hand how magnificent these boulders are. They are massive! You will end up at a beautiful white beach, perfect for snorkeling. The colorful fish throughout the water provide great entertainment, and they are easy to spot with vibrant yellow and blue hues darting in and around the rocks and coral. At the far end of the beach you’ll see a trail to Stoney Bay, with lots of large boulders and riotous crashing waves.


You’ll often find a wide variety of boats out on the water, since this area is such a beautiful and popular spot. Sitting out on the beach and watching the various watercraft bobbing in the water, watching the pelicans dip and dive into the water, and enjoying the soft Caribbean breezes makes for a truly wonderful experience.

These boulders are located right at the base of the trail to The Baths and are great for climbing

These boulders are located right at the base of the trail to The Baths and are great for climbing

The Baths is a popular location for boats to drop anchor and enjoy the scenery

The Baths is a popular location for boats to drop anchor and enjoy the scenery

While hiking through the caves of The Baths there are so many picturesque scenes

While hiking through the caves of The Baths there are so many picturesque scenes

Huge, amazing rock formations make up The Baths in the British Virgin Islands

Huge, amazing rock formations make up The Baths in the British Virgin Islands

Blue skies and crystal clear waters of The Baths on Virgin Gorda

Blue skies and crystal clear waters of The Baths on Virgin Gorda

Snorkeling The Baths on Virgin Gorda

Snorkeling The Baths on Virgin Gorda

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