There is a small parking lot at the trail head to the 0.3 mile walk to the beach. Once at the beach you can break from sun-bathing and swimming in the clear calm waters of Salt Pond beach. If you like, you can take a short walk past the actual Salt Pond over to Drunk Bay. The entrance to the salt pond is at the far end of the beach. It is an easy walk past Salt Pond to Drunk Bay.
At Drunk Bay you will encounter great plant life, marvelous views and unique coral sculptures (feel free to add you own). The ocean hits the shore a bit harder here and its easy to see why drunken sailors wrecked off its shores.
If you would like to add a more adventurous hike to your day you can walk the 1.2 miles to RAM’s Head where you can experience panoramic views of the Caribbean. (See more trail info here hosted at see St.John)
At the end of the day – stop for conch fritters and a Bushwhacker at Shipwreck landing – on the way back to Hummingbird Hill.
Aerial view of Salt Pond Beach, Salt Pond, Drunk Bay and Ram’s Head.
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