Caribbean Tourism

Sandy Cay

Sandy Cay

This small uninhabited islet just east of Jost Van Dyke is owned by Laurance Rockefeller. It is covered with scrub but there is a pleasant trail set out around the whole island, which makes a good walk.


Bright white beaches surround the island and provide excellent swimming. Offshore is a coral reef.


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