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Visit The Baths & Jost Van Dyke from St Thomas or St John

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Overview

Explore the British Virgin Islands during this full-day boat trip from St. John or St. Thomas. During this excursion, enjoy a breakfast boat ride to Virgin Gorda's Baths. Explore the grottoes, arches, and chain of tidal pools formed by eroded rocks along the beach. Visit a local restaurant, The Top of the Baths for lunch (own expense), then head to Jost Van Dyke to enjoy some time swimming, lounging, or visiting some beachside bars. Breakfast, snorkeling equipment, and unlimited open bar on the boat are included.
  • Full-day tour to the British Virgin Islands from St. John or St. Thomas
  • Dip into the Baths on Virgin Gorda, an exciting array of natural pools
  • Swim, snorkel or relax in a hammock on the island of Jost Van Dyke
  • Enjoy an open bar on the boat ride plus a continental brakfast
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Unlimited drinks (open bar)
Use of Snorkeling equipment
Breakfast
Restroom
Snacks
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Lunch (available for purchase)
International customs fee of seventy five dollars Cash per person
Gratuity
Towels

Departure Point

1: St. Thomas, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
2: Saint John, St John, 00830, USVI

Return Details

Returns to original departure point
Make your way to the departure marina on St. Thomas or St. John, then board your boat for a full day of exploring the British Virgin Islands. On the way to your first stop, enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast with coffee. 

When you reach the Baths on the island of Virgin Gorda, disembark to explore the giant rock formations. Walk among the tunnels, hidden grottoes, arches, and chain of tidal pools that line the soft sand beach. 

Climb back aboard the boat and head to a snorkeling hot spot. Don the provided mask, flippers, and snorkel and dive into the turquoise waters. Spend time swimming with schools of brightly colored tropical fish on the live reef. 

After your snorkeling stop, move on to lunch (own expense) at The Top of the Baths, for amazing views!

When you've finished lunch, cruise on to Jost Van Dyke. Take a swim, lie in a hammock at the beach, go snorkeling or hit up a beachside bar for a 'painkiller', the traditional local cocktail. Visit the island's various small boutiques for souvenirs.

At the conclusion of your day exploring the British Virgin Islands, head back to St. Thomas or St. John.
Itinerary
Stop At:  
The Baths
This tour takes you to the Baths in Virgin Gorda and Jost Van Dyke. This Full day tour brings you to the best of the best in the British Virgin Islands. Start your day with a boat ride from St Thomas and St John. During the trip, enjoy a continental breakfast. Dock at the Baths on the island of Virgin Gorda, 1.2 miles (2 km) from Spanish Town, one of the largest towns in the British Virgin Islands. Thanks to massive rock formations on the white sand beach, the baths are actually a fun, natural water park of tidal pools, arches, hidden grottoes and tunnels.
Admission Ticket Included
Stop At:  
Virgin Gorda Peak
Next, enjoy lunch at "The Top of the Baths" where the view is AMAZING!
Admission Ticket Free
Stop At:  
Jost Van Dyke
Next stop is Jost Van Dyke. Spend the rest of the day exploring the beach or check out the "Soggy Dollar Bar" and indulge in a PAINKILLER. This tour includes a continental breakfast, open bar, snorkeling equipment and snacks. The boat has a state of the art restroom, shade, sundeck, Captain and Crew. Our tour lets you enjoy more time at the Baths & Jost Van Dyke, than any other tour company in the Virgin Islands.
Admission Ticket Free
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • A current valid passport is required on the day of travel in order to enter British Virgin Islands
  • Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
  • Guests will either be on a 44-foot powerboat with a capacity for 18 guests or a 55-foot powerboat with a capacity for 28 guests
  • Tour departs from centralized locations in St Thomas and St John. Exact locations will appear on your voucher. Hotel pickup is not provided.
  • Please provide the country your passport was issued from at the time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 30 travelers
  • OPERATED BY New Horizons Charters

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.

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The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
Q:
What is the policy on sanitization during Visit The Baths & Jost Van Dyke from St Thomas or St John?
A:
The policies on sanitization are:

  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
See all safety measures taken by Visit The Baths & Jost Van Dyke from St Thomas or St John.
Q:
What measures are being taken to ensure staff health & safety during Visit The Baths & Jost Van Dyke from St Thomas or St John?
A:
The policy on staff health & safety is:

  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
See all safety measures taken by Visit The Baths & Jost Van Dyke from St Thomas or St John.
Q:
What is the maximum group size during Visit The Baths & Jost Van Dyke from St Thomas or St John?
A:
This activity will have a maximum of 30 travelers.

See all safety measures taken by Visit The Baths & Jost Van Dyke from St Thomas or St John.

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  • "Group should get there earlier from St. John or avoid busy days/times" See review
  • "Eat before you go, it's only little snacks all day." See review

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Virgin Gorda
Sheryl_M
, Mar 2020
Little disappointed because several stops were no longer get part if the day due to rough waters. Eduardo and Cam as our mates made up for it. Captain Braysin with a “B” as he made clear several times, had no personality and it seemed like he was doing us a favor. Personally, I would not spend my day with him again.
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Great Excursion, But Eat Before/Bring Snacks.
Katherine_Y
, Mar 2020
Okay, the trip is definitely worth it! However, they don't really provide snacks or breakfast. Breakfast is a half of a muffin and a cup of orange juice. I've noticed this criticism on a couple other reviews, so I do hope that the crew improve this. The itinerary wasn't really clear to me, so for those considering the trip, here is what you should expect: 1) STT--> Virgin Gorda, takes about an hour and half by boat (which is like a large speed boat). Bring long sleeves or a zip-up sweatshirt because if it's not sunny, or even if it is, it can get cold on the boat and you will get blown from the wind. You will give your passports and the $75 customs fee to the crew and they take care of customs for you. Don't be worried about doing this. It actually saves the whole group a lot of time and you will get your passports back after swimming at Soggy Dollar (see below) at Jost Van Dyke because you'll need them at St. John. 2) Arrival at Virgin Gorda. It's a group hike for about 1.25 miles. It's totally worth it and the perfect amount of time You stop at Devil's Bay and then hikes the caves. You'll be in knee deep water, so bring footwear and clothing that can get wet. Wear your bathing suit/swimming trunks underneath in case you want to go swimming, which I highly recommend. The less you carry with you the better. I only brought my phone to take pictures with. I'd recommend putting it in a water proof case/zip-up bag. 3) Lunch at Top of the Baths. Slightly overpriced, but still good food and you get sizeable portions. There are options for vegetarians too, which is great. I ordered the Noodles Supreme and I recommend it. My partner had the veggie burger, which he enjoyed. 4) Boat ride to snorkeling spot. The crew provide you with flippers, masks, and a snorkel. The coral reef is beautiful and you'll get to see a lot of fish and a few big fish if you're lucky. This spot is great for snorkelers of all levels. For instance, I was pretty afraid at first, but once I was in the water, it was so clear and beautiful and I never felt unsafe. My partner is an advanced snorkeler and he loved going into the deeper areas. You do have the option of staying on the boat if you want to, but there is no beach at this point because you jump off the boat to get in to the water. You have about 40 mins to snorkel. 5) Boat ride to Soggy Dollar at Jost Van Dyke. This takes about 50 mins. 6) Soggy Dollar is a swim-up bar/beach...meaning there is no dock so you do have to jump off the boat to get to the beach. It's a short distance and the water is clear and there are tons of boats and swimmers so there is no reason to be worried or afraid. Soggy Dollar is a great place to get drinks and snacks. I would bring a water proof bag/zip-up so you can swim with your credit card in a bag on your wrist. 7) Boat ride back to St. John is about 30 mins. You'll dock at St. John and the whole group will get their passports back to go through customs. It actually goes by pretty quickly. 8) Boat ride back from St. John to St. Thomas at Sapphire Beach. Bring cash to tip the crew.
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star-5
Awesome day on BreakAway and trip to BVI!
Kathleen_M
, Mar 2020
Awesome day trip to BVI! Can't say enough about the captain and crew... they are the best!! We thoroughly enjoyed the day and would do it again.
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Awesome Day Trip!!
Martie
, Mar 2020
My husband and I were celebrating our 40th wedding anniversary in St. John and decided to do this day trip. It was amazing! We really enjoyed the places we visited! Virgin Gorda was breathtaking as was our snorkeling! The crew was wonderful as well. Such an awesome trip to take if you happen to be visiting St. Thomas or St. John! Fun fun day!😎 💦
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star-4
Not bad
Greg_P
, Mar 2020
Crew did a great job! The overall experiences felt extremely rushed, food was not that fresh, service for lunch was ok at best.
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Great Trip!
Nicole
, Mar 2020
I definitely recommend this tour. The locations you visit are beautiful, the trip is a blast, and everything is well planned out. The crew is awesome and works to make your day special. They’re great at their jobs and are very thoughtful about how the day flows from where you take pictures to the music they’re playing. Virgin Gorda and The Baths are further out than Jost so it’s really special to make it out there.
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star-5
Loved it!
Lauren_H
, Mar 2020
The perfect day trip to see BVI... the Baths were incredible, the crew Bree, Brayson, Eduardo were fantastic. All around a very very fun day. Tips: The baths do require a little bit of hiking down, and climbing through some tight spots...not bad but something to be aware of. Don’t forget the $75 cash you need in addition to the cruise fee. Breakfast is light and lunch is early, there are some small snacks onboard during the day but it wouldn’t hurt to bring your own :)
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star-3
disappointing
diane_m
, Mar 2020
FIRST OF ALL, the crew on this day trip was outstanding. They made sure everyone was comfortable. We were well fed during the day. Breakfast was muffins and fresh fruit (watermelon, cantalope, grapes)Later in the day we were served orange and pineapple slices. Of course after the snorkel portion of the trip, the "painkiller" drinks flowed non-stop, and they were delicious. I feel like the trip was misleading. The picture shows someone snorkeling at the Baths. There was no snorkeling there. However, there was a 1.5 hour hike down to the Baths and through the rocks. That portion of the hike was challenging, as we were lead up and down slippery rocks while crouching and holding on the ropes. Our friend that was with us is partially disabled, and could not do the hike, as it is over sandy rocks, so she ended up staying in the restaurant/bar. Lunch there was at your own expense. ($140 with tip for 4 adults, 1 drink each, and a sandwich) The next portion of the trip was snorkeling. We stopped at Diamond Reef, but did not stay because the area was full of other boats. So then we stopped at another area where we snorkeled by some rocks at shore. It was pretty disappointing. Saw very few fish. Our last stop was at Jost Van Dkye to see the Soggy Dollar Bar. We were dropped off in 6 feet of water about 100 yards from shore and had to swim in. Bring plastic bags for your money, credit cards. The bar itself was a joke. 15 minutes standing in line at both the bar and gift shop. The place seemed like a hangout for young adults looking to get intoxicated !!! Overall, this trip was pretty disappointing. I wouldn't do it again.
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star-4
Captain and crew crew are outstanding
Bill
, Feb 2020
Captain Dave and crew-Kate and Cam- were outstanding. Only the weather kept this from being 5 stars and they can’t control that.
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Avoid busy times at the Baths
MaryAnn
, Feb 2020
We went on a Sunday in February and the Baths were so crowded that it was difficult to enjoy them. Group should get there earlier from St. John or avoid busy days/times
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