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.
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.