St. John
St. John is a must if traveling through the Virgin Islands. Two thirds of the St. John is part of the U.S. National Park system restricting any commercialization. Virtually untouched the park areas boast some of the best hiking trails, most equisite of beaches and dramatic dive sites. St. John is a superb choice if you want to venture a little farther from the mainstream, offering a little more isolation than St. Thomas.
St John US Virgin Islands Beaches
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Honeymoon Beach Beach St John US Virgin Islands
Honeymoon Beach
Not accessible by car, Honeymoon Beach is tranquility in paradise.
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Caneel Bay Beach St John US Virgin Islands
Caneel Bay
Calm and crystal clear waters lapping a white powder beach lined with rich, green tropical foliage.
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Trunk Bay Beach St John US Virgin Islands
Trunk Bay
One of the most popular - Be sure to experience the underwater snorkeling trail.
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Cinnamon Bay Beach St John US Virgin Islands
Cinnamon Bay
St John's longest beach - rent a windsurer or hike through the National Park
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Waterlemon Cay Beach St John US Virgin Islands
Waterlemon Cay
OUTSTANDING Snorkeling - possibly the best in the USVI.
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Hawksnest Bay Beach St John US Virgin Islands
Hawksnest Bay
A favorite of locals & a gathering spot for impromptu musical happenings