"Thirty-five years ago, before “green” became a de rigueur byword in hotel design, Maho Bay Camps was established when a clutch of permanent platform tents went up on a jungle hillside overlooking St. John’s secluded Maho Bay. The emphasis was on the area’s staggering beauty, not on resort frills, and the outpost quickly developed a cult following. Today the hippie-chic ethos still prevails, and additional tents have brought the total up to 114. As has been true from the beginning, all the property’s structures are..."
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