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Posted on: November 05, 2008 at 9:51PM

It so wonderful here. You live absolutely next to nature. Its "cushy" camping with bathrooms and electrical outlets, but the night wind passes over you as you sleep and local wildlife drop by during the day. The whole establishment is built with the ecosystem in mind and you will be hard pressed to find anyplace where you can experience such raw nature in such comfort. Exercise is inescapable with all the stairs and snorkeling/swimming. But the relaxed atmosphere pushes thoughts of fatigue or boredom out of your mind and lets you unwind in the ultimate vacation. Maho Bay is truly the artisan's destination. Whether you meander to the glass blowing workshop or drop by a silk painting class, a you will never find your moments empty or idle. Perhaps a short trip to the town for some shopping captures your fancy, or maybe adventuring on a rented boat. There are multiple historic sites open for investigation that date back from before the discovery of the islands by Europeans. St. John also possesses numerous under water spectral sites as well. Waterlemon Cay offers a plethora of sea life for observation and discovery. Even Maho Bay, located conveniently in your backyard, serves as the home of a universe of aquatic biomes. Maho Bay is our Heaven on Earth, I dont see how anyone would be dissatisfied with a trip to this ethereal and peaceful hidden sanctuary. report a problem

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