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Yes, you need a valid passport to travel to Jost Van Dyke and also to get back to the US after your stay.
We provide bug spray and coils. If it’s been dry and windy there are fewer mosquitos than if it’s been unseasonably rainy and wet.
Smoking is NOT allowed in our villas.
Currently, there is a modest selection of staples available on the island of JVD. However, you can arrange almost all of your grocery and beverage needs to be sent to you at JVD via Ferry from Tortola. Both Rite Way and Bobby's Super Market has online grocery shopping, which you can do a few days before arrival. Although you can bring items from the US or USVI’s, you may incur a 10% duty tax. Additionally provisioning is available by our staff after you have ordered your supplies from these markets. Please contact Bonnie for further information.
You can easily walk to White Bay Beach from our villas. It takes between 2-10 minutes depending where you are on the property. Great Harbour is a 10 to 15 minute walk depending on your pace. Check out a map here....
Yes there are taxis available on the island. Please contact us if you need to hire taxi services during your stay. Although not necessary, we recommend renting a small Jeep for your convince and flexibility during your stay. Check out Paradise Jeep Rentals for more information.
Yes you can! They are approximately $120 per day from 9:00am to 5:00pm. Please contact Maria for more information.
Currently there is no one on Jost that does day sails. The sailboat, Endeavor, was damaged and is currently getting repaired. There are day sails out of Tortola. Please contact us for more information.
We offer free snorkel gear. But feel free to bring your own if you prefer. Please contact Maria for more information.
Yes, all units have new, high efficiency AC units.
Yes, we highly recommend Paradise Jeep Rentals. Please contact them for more information. Paradise Jeep Rentals: +1 284-495-9477
Yes, all of our villas have wifi and many of the local establishments provide wifi.
Yes, we have beach lounges available for you at our new, soon to be White Bay Villas Beach Club down on White Bay Beach.
There are many activities to do during your stay at White Bay Villas. You can ferry to and explore Tortola, rent a dinghy, go deep sea fishing, sea kayaking, scuba diving, and snorkeling. Please check out our Activities page to learn more.
Yes! And if you would like someone to take you fishing, please contact Dave Chinnery at 284-540-9614. Additionally there are other deep sea fishing charters that provide fishing gear.
Yes! There are several of local fishermen that we stay in close contact with. When at the villas, please contact our onsite manager, Maria, for assistance.
No, the island is absolutely beautiful. In fact, the hurricanes expanded the beaches and the vegetation is fully green. There are still some structures that haven’t been rebuilt.
All bars and restaurants on White Bay and Great Harbor are back in business. In Little Harbour, Abes by the Sea and Sydneys Peace and Love are fully open. Harris' Place is open and rebuilding.
From STT, you would go to Road Town (RT), Tortola, clear customs, then taxi to West End which takes about 25 minutes. As transportation is continuously improving, please contact us for up to date information.
From either ferry dock, Charlotte Amalie or Red Hook, to Road Town (RT), it’s $40 one way per person. From West End (WE) to Jost it’s $15 one way or $25 round trip per person.
It takes approximately 50 minutes from STT to Road Town and approximately 15 minutes from West End to Jost Van Dyke.
Our private water taxi costs $350 one way for up to 4 people. Then it is $87.50 for each additional person over 4 people. Customs fees are $10 per person and $20 for the boat.
You board the White Bay Villas private water taxi at American Yacht Harbour in Red Hook, St Thomas.