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A St Martin beach that has rebounded nicely from the hurricane - good food, drinks and music.
It is a 10 minute little boat ride over but it is well worth the day over to Pinel Beach.
Its a nice change of pace from the...More
Spent a lovely day here on the beach. Had the best time just swimming in the beautiful swim/beach area and eating lobster from Karibuni. Only a $12 pp round trip ferry ride that takes all of 5 minutes to get to this beautiful place. Iguanas...More
We stopped here in between snorkel stops. Beautiful place, you will love the clear turquoise waters. Somewhat crowded, but worth it. The lady in gift shop was not at all friendly, however everyone else we encountered definitely was. Iguanas are overfed and unpredictable yet interesting....More
Here's the scoop on Pinel Island based upon a visit mid-November 2016. The first boat leaves for the island 9:45-10:00. Hoping to get an early start, arrived about 8:30 and watched them load the boats with supplies for the islands two restaurants, Karibuni and Yellow...More
We drove to the end of the French side of the island to catch a ferry to Pinel Island. Ferry cost was $12.00 pp rt. Arriving on the beach - two chairs and an umbrella are $20. There is a bar there and beautiful water....More