St. John Experience the Very Best of This Virgin Islands

St. John "Love City" is house to the Virgin Islands National Park, which shields over 7,000 acres of this 12,500-acre island. It provides visitors an exceptional chance to relax and enjoy the gorgeous all-natural resources of this island.

Cruz Bay is the town on St. John where the ferries arrive. This is how you get to St. John from St. Thomas. Resorts and vacation villas have been located largely in and near to Cruz Bay and Coral Bay.


Cruz Bay & Coral Bay have restaurants, stores, grocery shops and other companies that cater to the visitors and residents.

The Virgin Islands National Park on St. John contains beaches that may be rated on a scale where 1 equals amazing and 10 is completely wonderful. It features hiking trails in woods, beyond historic sugar plantation ruins, around saltwater ponds, over hills, and through valleys. Park rangers provide programs and discussions involving bird watching, cultural and lifts presentations.

Many people to St. John report becoming hooked. Some remark that while on holiday they're already figuring out whenever they could return! They're addicted to the relaxing pace of items on St. John, on the chances for snorkeling, deepsea and onshore fishing,  island hopping, windsurfing, sailing, shopping, dining, and about the attractiveness of this National Park. 

St. Thomas is your gateway to St. John, which doesn't have an airport. St. John is a simple day trip for people staying on St. Thomas.

Jennifer Tyler