For the vast majority of us, a visit to Jost Van Dyke is limited to a few hours at the most as you’re shuttled from one island to another as part of an all day charter. For those among us lucky enough to actually see the sunset on this British Virgin Islands destination, travel blogger Shannon Kircher offers up details on what to do and where to do it in her blog post, Two Days on Jost Van Dyke.
While “the dominant beach bar scene” can take up most of your time (if not all of it), Shannon’s article details options for individuals who might want to escape the hustle and bustle of the world famous beach bars that call Jost Van Dyke’s beaches home. Split into two categories, “Daytime in Jost Van Dyke” and “Nighttime in Jost Van Dyke,” Shannon includes details on her adventures at the Bubbly Pool and dinner at Corsair’s, describing it as having the perfect vibe and being “casual but put together enough to feel like you’re having a nice meal.”
She also includes advice on getting to Jost Van Dyke (don’t trust the ferry times posted online), who they used for their car rental and where they stayed (it’s hard to beat those hilltop views!).
As with any visit to Jost Van Dyke, however, it always comes down to the beach bars and Shannon doesn’t disappoint. She includes information on her visits to Foxy’s, Hendo’s Hideout (” a great beach set up that’s perfect for those who are settling in”) and the Soggy Dollar.
She closes the article the way every day closes … with a sunset. On Jost Van Dyke, they don’t disappoint as her time lapse video may be enough to convince you that those day trips you’ve been taking to this island might need to be extended for a day or two.