The beautiful Trunk Bay is located in the north of St. John's Island. The bay of the same name is the only beach on the island for which a fee is paid, since its territory is part of a national park. This is the stop of many popular excursion routes and a resting place for residents of the island. In addition, the Trunk Bay beach is considered the most picturesque beach of the Caribbean coast. Here you can rent equipment for scuba diving, there is another infrastructure. Rescuers are on duty daily.
The main advantages of Trunk Bay are crystal clear waters, soft white sand and great places for snorkeling. Almost two hundred meters of underwater routes attract many tourists. The underwater trail begins a short distance from the coast, leads to the Trank reef and is marked by buoys on the surface of the water. The trail consists of a number of underwater attractions with signs giving information on underwater objects and identifying part of the flora and fauna common to this coral reef. According to experienced divers, here you can see about 30 different species of fish in just half an hour being under water.