This is our busiest beach.

white bay beach

Guana’s largest beach is a half-mile stretch of glistening powder-white sand —  the beach you see in daydreams of the Caribbean. Swim or snorkel in the clear blue water. Take out a small sailboat, kayak, windsurfer, or paddle-board. Grab a rod and fish for Tarpon and Bonefish from the dock. Or just relax on a lounge or hammock with a frozen Guana Bushwacker in hand and watch the pelicans dive.

Take a walk on the Atlantic side.

North beach

The surf at this impressive beach on the Island’s Atlantic side is as ideal for beach-combing as it is for kite-boarding.

Bigelow Beach

Our boatmen will whisk you off to this lovely beach — named for the Bigelow Family who founded the hotel in 1934 — for a castaway picnic and afternoon of private sunbathing. While there you will want to snorkel the crystal waters and view ancient rock formations around Monkey Point.

Muskmelon Beach & Crab Cove

Midway stops on the hike to Chicken Rock, these two secluded beaches, nestled in Guana’s north-western bay, are unique spots for snorkeling and shelling.

Guests picnic on a perfectly private white sand beach accessed only by boat.
The island has six other beaches, equally stunning and secluded.

Harris Beach

A short walk over the rock outcroppings at the end of White Bay Beach will take you to this “vest pocket” white sand beach you’ll likely share with no one one, as you search for treasure said to have been buried by pirates in the 1800s.