Hang at Honeymoon Beach

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Added by Josh Currie

If you are looking for your own private beach to enjoy the perfect water and setting sun, Honeymoon Beach on Peter Island is flawless. 

Honeymoon Beach is a private little beach located in Deadman's Bay across from the Peter Island resort. It's intimate size makes you feel like you're the only person (or people) on the island. 

There is a well maintained cabana, hammock, and 2 lounge chairs to relax and enjoy the scenery. Of course it was called Honeymoon Beach for a reason, mostly because it's outrageously romantic, but of course you can spend your time there with anyone and still have a memorable experience. 

As always the water is perfect for swimming and the soft sandy beaches in Deadman's Bay call for hours of relaxing in the sun. 

Pack List

  • Swimsuit
  • Towel
  • Camera
  • Beverages
  • Food
  • Sunscreen
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