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Making Our Way Up Magens Bay

May 01, 2017

It is near impossible to come to St. Thomas and not want to spend every single second splashing around in the perfect Caribbean Ocean. However for those of us that also love to be on land, we suggest you take a ride over to Magens Bay to take on the best of both worlds. In this subtropical region of the island, you can experience the wind from sea-level or climb up the nature trail to get a breeze from a few miles above. 

The mile and a half trails covers everything from tropical forest to mangroves  — and it is said that different species of birds can be spotted while making your way through the trail. This path can be a bit tough, however those that trek through will find a pleasant surprise at the end. Each twist and turn will lead you to even more exploration, but a secret beach may be the reason you keep going.

“This is our third visit to St Thomas and Sugar Bay Resort. The accommodations are updated and well maintained, and the staff goes above and beyond to ensure all guest's needs are met. We look forward to bringing our family here next year.”
- thaith32
“Best trip ever!! Staff was AMAZING!! Resort was gorgeous!! Everyone was so friendly. Denell is an awesome activities director & Brei Anna ...BEST pool side server. Had the most amazing time!! See you this summer!!”
- ehowell3
“I have stayed at Sugar Bay resort 3 times a total of 5 weeks. The reason I keep going back is I love the quiet slow paced side of the island opposite the airport and cruise ships. The view is breath taking. The weather is perfect.”
- j K
“The best part of Sugar Bay Resort is Cora, a member of the wait staff. She completely went above & beyond to take care of us on our trip. Her enthusiasm and smile are a rarity these days in the hospitality industry!”
- Bryan B
ROOMS FOR RECOVERY PERSONNEL ONLY: Due to damages sustained by two category 5 hurricanes, Irma and Maria, in September, the Sugar Bay Resort and Spa will be closed most of 2018. At this time we are not able to determine our re-opening date. Sugar Bay does have a small block of rooms with limited services available for Recovery Personnel only (conditions apply). To check availability, contact David H Krech, Director of Sales and Marketing, 305.608.4803 or dkrech@sugarbayresortandspa.com