Pinnacle Bay is situated at the northernmost tip of Hook Island and is often overlooked but it is well worth a visit.
There is a small old lighthouse on one point which provides an interesting climb with nice views from the top. ‘The Woodpile’, which is a volcanic dyke, is on the other point and provides interesting photo opportunities as it looks like a large stack of logs. The waters of the bay are generally very clear and there is good snorkeling and diving.
Pinnacle Bay is a Marine National Park Green Zone. As such it offers:
• Sea Eagle nests
• Abundant marine life
• Pristine coral
Wind Protection from:
Two moorings available and anchoring is prohibited. Light weather conditions only for overnight stays.
Stretch your legs and head to the Lighthouse or the Woodpile for unique photo opportunities.