In 1976, they built 18 tent-cottages on 16 foot square platforms in the Virgin Islands National Park using hand construction methods. The platforms were connected by elevated walkways to avoid soil erosion which endangers the beach and fragile coral. This has now grown to 114 units.
The tent-cottages are nearly hidden by foliage providing privacy. Translucent fabric on wood frames, screened windows and open air terraces. Each has a separate sleeping area with twin beds. Bed linens, blankets, towels, cooking and eating utensils are all provided, including propane stove and ice cooler. Every tent-cottage has its own private deck, electric outlets, lights and fans.
White sand beach
Maho Bay Camps
St. John, US Virgin Islands
Maho Bay Camps, St John, US Virgin Islands
Good Hotels Guide - US Virgin Islands USVI
Your guide to accommodation worldwide