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Whitehouse Bay St Kitts

White House Bay located at the south-eastern end of St. Kitts offers a very special snorkelling experience. The beach here is rocky and therefore not much of an attraction to swimmers, making it a quiet and tranquil place. The scenery is stunning, though, with good views of Guana Point, Little Salt Pond and Great Salt Pond (both of which are home to a huge number of wading birds), and the water calm, making it an ideal spot to drop anchor and laze away a few hours.

The natural reefs, a sunken tugboat and an 18th century British troop ship sunk in the Battle of Frigate Bay are all home to an incredible variety of tropical fish and other marine life. Cockleshell Bay and Banana Bay are located nearby and both offer beautiful beaches. Ballast Bay is another popular anchorage nearby.



  • No moorings. The best anchor holding is close to shore.

To Do:

  • Snorkel


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