Jost Van Dyke, Nature's Little Secret
Lindsey H

Creative Editor at Peek

White Bay, Jost Van Dyke
Enjoy a walk along the beach. This pristine beach is exactly what most people picture when dreaming about a Caribbean vacation.
Jost Van Dyke, Nature's Little Secret
Day sail and snorkel The Caves
Find a local sailing company to take you to Norman Island and The Caves, which became famous as the inspiration for Robert Louis Stevenson's novel, "Treasure Island". Afterwards, stop for lunch at the William Thornton "Willy - T" floating bar & restaurant.
Soggy Dollar Bar
Home of the original drink that the Caribbean is known for -- the Painkiller. A concoction of premium dark Rum, Cream of Coconut, Pineapple and Orange Juice (proportions are secret), topped with fresh grated Grenadian Nutmeg.
Ivan's Stress Free Bar
No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problem! Kenny Chesney filmed the video for his hit on the shores of Ivan’s and it absolutely fits the feel of this tropical honor-system beach bar.
Foxy's Tamarind Bar
Foxy’s Bar in Great Harbour is famous for its fabulous location, delicious menu, legendary events, handcrafted beer and signature Foxy’s Firewater rums–but perhaps it’s most famous feature is the owner, Foxy Callwood. We were lucky enough to meet him and hear him play some clever and hysterical tunes.
Jost Van Dyke, Nature's Little Secret
Watch the sunset over White Bay
Most of the island slows down when the sun goes down, which is the perfect time to head back to your cottage to take in the gorgeous sunset from your balcony (or the beach).
White Bay Villas & Seaside Cottages
The Seaside Cottages are very secluded and just a short walk to the beach. It's a cozy home away from home, with a small living room and kitchen for you to cook meals. The best part is sitting out on the balcony to enjoy what you cooked while taking in a stunning view of White Bay.