Our Ultimate Caribbean bar crawl begins with immigration paperwork at High Tide Restaurant where we board the boat and head directly to BVI Customs over on Jost Van Dyke.
To get this fun day off to a great start, our first stop is at Corsairs in Great Harbour on Jost. We pop in for a great breakfast and some Voodoo. Voodoo is a yummy concoction made up of 7 rums and a splash of refreshing fruit juice (a Caribbean Long Island Ice Tea). We’ll take a stroll down the sandy main street to Foxy’s for one of their delicious cocktail Foxy’s Punch mad with Foxy’s Firewater Rum. If we are lucky, Foxy himself will be on hand to tell you one of his many iconic stories.
After Foxy’s, we take a short boat ride over to B-line Beach Bar on Little Jost Van Dyke where you can challenge one another to a game of beach side corn hole, while you enjoy one of their signature drinks like the Passion Confusion. This tiny island bar is a great out-of-the-way place to forget all about the rest of the world and really relax.
We leave Little Jost and hop over to Foxy’s Taboo to enjoy the incredible views while sipping on some Blue Taboo. By now the party is in full swing so its time to board the boat and cruise around Jost van Dyke to White Bay and Soggy Dollar Bar for a world famous Painkiller. Each day dozens of boats with hundreds of people anchor off the shore and swim in for food, drink, dancing and fun.
You might want to just sit in the water off shore with 50 of your new friends, rest in a hammock under a palm tree, or walk the shoreline and check out the other beach bars – we highly recommend checking out Seddy’s One Love Bar for a blended bushwhacker!
Around 3:15-3:30, we’ll signal you from the boat to start gathering your crew, paying your tab, and wade out to board the boat for our trip back to US Customs in Cruz Bay.
Once we get you through customs, we fill the boat with fuel, and motor you right back to High Tide Restaurant.
Your back on-island and smiling wide at the incredible party you just had on the water and wondering if we have any openings for a few days from now so you can do it all again before you leave St. John.