History of Henley Cay, St John

History of Henley Cay, St John, USVI

Often overlooked for more popular snorkeling destinations, this unassuming 11 acre cay holds some interesting history as well as first-class shallow water snorkeling. During St John’s 1733 Slave Revolt, Henley Cay was a safe haven for woman and children of the north shore plantations. They escaped to Henley before being transferred to the safety of […]

Snorkeling Information

Henley Cay, St John snorkeling guide

Located across the Durloe Channel from Caneel Bay Resort, lie the three small cays that make up the Durloe Cays. Henley Cay is the only one that has a protected cove and beach. This tiny cay, rich in history and marine life, should be on every snorkeler’s St John bucket list. Fed by the currents […]