Beaches—the main beach which our room was on is Deadman’s Bay. Our suite was on one end of the beach and on the other end were the watersports center (kayaks, sailboats, floats, windsurfers—included in your room cost) and the beach bar and grill. The beach is beautiful with plenty of palapas and chairs—they are very spread out and the beach was very uncrowded—it almost felt like we had it to ourselves at times! There is a large group of rocks to the right of the beach and across that is Little Deadman’s Bay. It’s small, but a nice sandy beach with good snorkeling nearby. Go by a few more rocks and you come to Honeymoon Beach. Resort guests schedule a time to go and only one couple is allowed at a time. There is just one palapa, a table, chairs, and two lounge chairs. There are a few rocks on the beach, but it was nice to have it all to yourself. There is also White Bay Beach which you also have to schedule a shuttle to go there—but not private like Honeymoon. One other beach is Reef Bay. They don’t recommend swimming there because the water is really rough. The spa is on this beach and I think you have to have a spa appt. to access it.
Here's more information about the beaches we visited-
Honeymoon Beach—They take only one couple at a time and send you there with a real picnic basket. You have to make a reservation for this ahead of time. When we went the road was washed out, so we took a dinghy there. Unfortunately after about 30 minutes there was a torrential downpour that didn’t look like it would clear up (actually was Tropical Storm Alpha!). So they came back to pick us up. We heard there was nice snorkeling here, but didn’t have a chance to try it.
White Bay Beach-- They shuttle you to this secluded beach. When we went there was only one other couple with us. There are 5 or 6 covered areas with chairs, table and lounge chairs very spread out on the beach. It’s not manicured like Deadman’s and there are a lot of rocks. It’s known to have good snorkeling, but since we went the day after Tropical Storm Alpha the sand was all stirred up and we couldn’t see a thing.
Deadman’s Beach and snorkeling—We did do some pretty good snorkeling here. In the middle of the bay we saw a starfish, stingray and barracuda. We also saw a sea turtle very close to the rocks on the right side of the beach. We heard there was good snorkeling to the left, in front of our suite, but when we tried it was also stirred up and hard to see much.