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Buck Island Reef National Monument, or just Buck Island is a small, uninhabited, 176 acre (712,000 m²) island about 1.5 miles (2.4 km) north of the northeast coast of Saint Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. The monument also includes 18,839 acres of submerged lands totaling 19,015 acres. It was first…
A must visit before leaving At. Croix. There are a number of commercial charter to Buck Island you can find on the Boardwalk, just a few minutes away.
Buck Island tenders two sides of the same great coin: one of the world’s best beaches on one, and a prime snorkeling site on the other. Just 20 minutes by boat, the island represents just one percent of Buck Island Reef National Monument, a pie-shaped, (mostly) underwater park designed to protect…
Best Snorkeling, short boat ride to our national underwater park! The sand of Buck Island feels like walking on marshmallows!
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“Big sandy beach makes this a favorite for sea turtles to lay their eggs. This park is only open on weekends and cruise ship days, but will also be closed during turtle season. There are no services out there so make sure you bring everything you need.”
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