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I've been to many beaches on many Islands and this was the most remote, most peaceful and safest beach I've been to so far!
If you can handle a steep decline hike in, a steep incline 40 min. Hike out, and no bathroom facility, then...More
This beach saved our vacation. We went to St Barths largely for Saline and Gouverneur not realizing they were both completely useless due to seaweed. BUT Colombier was amazing. The hike in and out is not easy...but worth it!
We hiked in on the low trail. The hike was moderately challenging carrying backpacks. Just be prepared with stable shoes.
Then lose the shoes and backpacks when you reach this near-perfect beach. What else you lose is purely and safely your choice.
We encountered a...More
I will preface that we are from Miami and are in the Keys are often. We are accustomed to nice beaches and beautiful water. Colombier Beach in St. Bart’s is paradise, the turquoise water is amazing and beautifully clear. Highly recommend coming here, but you...More
Just realizing that people actually contemplating not to take the hike to get to Colombier! Well, if you hesitate, don't, it's one of the most pristine places on earth and the hike (from the Flamand side) is incredibly beautiful and really gives you a true...More
Just returned from St Barts. There was little to no “seaweed” on Colombier and the beach looked very good. Water was calm enough for a long ocean swim and some snorkeling. Water not crystalline but very clear.
Went by boat with Jicky Marine. Beautiful secluded beach on leeward side on accessible by boat or hike. Tied up to buoy and swam to shore. Saw lots of sea life including several sea turtles while snorkeling. Probably one of the best beaches in the...More
This beach is absolutely fantastic. The lower walk there is rocky but not strenuous. It takes roughly 15 minutes and if you are in any physical condition it will not bother you a bit. There is nothing on the beach so pack a lunch, bring...More
We hiked the lower trail past Flamands to get to Colombier Beach. The hike was as fun as hanging out at the beach as we encountered gorgeous views as well as friendly goats, iguanas and turtles. The actual beach is very pretty but the sand...More