Caribbean Christmas

 

Sunset from Maho Bay Camp in April 2013.
Sunset from Maho Bay Camp in April 2013.

I am spending the Christmas holiday at home with family this year, and it was just last year that I had a Caribbean Christmas.  This is typically the first week of the busy season that Maho Bay Camp was at full capacity, so this year means many people are onto new traditions or adventures. For guests coming down to stay for a short visit, part of the beauty was sitting out in an open air pavilion in summer clothes to eat meals and enjoy the sunset. I wanted to share a Maho Sunset for those missing it! These were taken from the Maho Store and near the Activities Desk (in April and therefore closer to Whistling Cay.)

I am curious what the regular (and occasional!) Christmas visitors to Maho are doing this year..?

view of sunset from the store at Maho Bay Camp in April 2013.
view of sunset from the store at Maho Bay Camp in April 2013.

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4 thoughts on “Caribbean Christmas”

  1. Went to NYC and fell on sidewalk. So in bed with torn groin muscle instead of being at Maho. So so sad.

  2. Camping at Cinnemon Bay Jan. 8th thru 15th, planning a sentimental visit to the “ruins of Maho Bay Camp”, no trespassing signs be damned!!

  3. We stayed at home in Colorado this year, spending some time with extended family. We’d rather be at Maho, and now we’re booked at Concordia for next Christmas. My husband and I will be at a villa on St. John in the springtime (kids are envious). We’re traveling to Puerto Rico for Spring Break with our youngest, and our daughter would rather that we travel on to St. John. We all miss Maho Bay Camps! BTW, our Concordia reservation came from “reservations@maho.com.” If only …….

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