Sea turtles nest along some of St. Croix’s most beautiful secluded beaches. Turtle hatching season runs between July and October. The World Wildlife Foundation hosts tours of some secluded St. Croix beaches, like Isaac’s Bay, Jack’s Bay and Sandy Point Wildlife Refuge to witness sea turtle hatching and their migration to the sea.

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Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge

Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge has a great beach only open on weekends and owned by the National Park. Beautiful beach to go lay out and swim, only open on the weekends. Also great for long beach walks. You can … Continued

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Isaac’s Bay Beach

Take a wonderful hike down to one of St. Croix’s best beaches. Park in the parking area just before Point Udall on Point Udall road and you will see a little hiking path to lead you onto your secluded beach … Continued

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