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All reviews day trip boat ride cul de sac every half hour gift shop lobster yellow beach bar ferry leaves an umbrella main beach shallow water hermit crabs beach restaurant small boat calm waters water taxi chairs and umbrellas
great day on this little island. the beach is pristine and cocktails brought down to you straight to your beach chair. little boutique for some shopping and the ferry ride takes only 10 min. plenty of parking on the ferry side.
Small island with maybe about 400 iguanas living there. One restaurant was closed and one open. Good water to relax for a couple of hours, you can take a small boat from shore for $15 per person and will take you there. Food expensive and...More
It was really bad, becouse guys who do trips over to the island don't care that on island you'll not have place in restaurants or you'll not get a sunbead,or parasoll.They just want your money and people who works on island don't care either. All...More
My husband and I went to St. Martin to celebrate our anniversary. All we wanted to do was relax and have peace and quiet and have someone serving us drinks and food. This is your place. The people are so nice and explains all food...More
We’ve been coming to SXM for 30 years and today was our 1st time going to Pinel....but definitely not our last! Loved the clear, shallow water and David, the beach attendant was awesome! Food and drinks great! A definite trip on your next visit to...More
Pinel island is one of the must see, when you visiting Saint Martin. We were there during offseason, so it was even better for us, because there was almost no people there. Yellow beach restaurant is pretty awesome. Service is second to none and food...More
This was an unscheduled detour after deciding not to pay $53 to go to Anguilla. Off season so not a busy at all. Saw large iguanas and crabs. Best of all was the lobster traps and the eating of the fresh lobster. Not much to...More
Went during last week of August 2019...off season. First visit to this island was via Captain Bob's 6 hour speedboat excursion. We stopped here for lunch provided by the excursion but then explored the island on our own for about 30 min. Knew immediately that...More
A $12 shuttle takes you from the main island on a quick cruise across Cul-de-sac Bay to Pinel Island. The water is beautiful, the staff on the island are very friendly, 2 small restaurants, and beach side dining. Hike over to the other side for...More