more than a year ago
Although many islands in the Caribbean have palm trees, beaches and crystal clear water, there are only a few without high rise buildings, pollution and noisy traffic. In this part of the world, paradise is written with only five letters, Pinel. This tiny uninhabited gem is just a five-minute boat ride, or a long swim, off the French Cul-de-Sac Bay on the far northeast tip of St. Maarten, but if you have your own canoe, Bounty Island is only a mere 15-minute paddle away. You can enjoy lunch at one of the two restaurants at Brown or Yellow Beach. The first is the one where the boat arrives and Yellow Beach is just a few minutes walk down the coast. A highlight would have to be eating a lobster at the tables located in the water! A nature trail offers amazing views of nearby islands.

See video by Skyworks Curacao of Pinel:

Price/Additional Info

Boats make the crossing daily, every half hour between 10:00-17:00. Price: 6 Euro, one way.


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