The Beverly Hills of the Caribbean

Just a few short minutes from your doorstep, your island paradise exploration begins in Cruz Bay. Wander through the multitude of shops and tiny cafes. Stop into a local bar for a frosty world famous rum drink and a chat with the locals. Stroll along any of the island’s white sand beaches, snorkel an underwater trail, or hike a scenic trail before cooling off with a swim in a secluded cove. These unique and pristine experiences are just some of the reasons why St. John has been coined the Beverly Hills of the Caribbean.

Scuba dive with sea turtles
Iguana lounging in the tress of St. John
Snokeling on the coral reefs of the US Virgin Islands

Discover a Trove of Natural Treasures

Tropical forests filled with a wide variety of wildlife, lovely beaches with majestic coconut trees, inlets dotted with colorful reefs — The US established the Virgin Islands National Park in 1956, placing two thirds of St. John under protection. With an annual average temperature of 79 degrees Fahrenheit, over 800 kinds of plants thrive including orchids and cacti, exotic vines and trees, agaves and mangroves. The island's hills provide a home for lizards, turtles and over 100 species of birds. You'll want to discover the rich tapestry of flora, fauna and underwater life as well. Recommended highlights are the historic ruins of the Annaberg Sugar Cane Plantation and the unforgettable white beaches of Trunk Bay and Cinnamon Bay.
Map of St. John USVI

Things To Do on St. John

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