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St. John Island, Your Caribbean Paradise
St. John Island is idyllic, with its miles of white sandy beaches, crystal water and beautiful palm trees. The island is a favorite spot for snorkeling and scuba diving. You can hike along many trails in the national park. It is also a sought after location for wedding ceremonies.
St. John Island is a spectacular Virgin Island with exceptional beaches, great restaurants, relaxing accommodations and breathtaking hikes. It’s also located close to many other nearby Islands including St. Thomas, St. Croix, Jost Van Dyke, Tortola, and Virgin Gorda. (You’ll need a valid passport to enter the British Virgin Islands and to return to the U.S. Virgin Islands.)
Arriving on St. John: What to Do in Cruz Bay
The majority of visitors to St. John Island arrive in the town of Cruz Bay via water ferry. Ferries to St. John leave St. Thomas every hour on the hour from Red Hook from 6am to midnight, and sometimes from downtown Charlotte Amalie (for up-to-date downtown schedule, contact Varlack Ventures. Cruz Bay is a small, but bustling town during the day and night.
Local open-air taxis line-up along the street near the dock and will take you to key points of interest around island. Stick around Cruz Bay and you’ll be pleased to find several shopping areas, including Wharfside Village, Mongoose Junction, the Lumberyard Complex, and the Marketplace. Ferry service to other islands, as well as the Virgin Islands National Park Visitor’s Center are also located in Cruz Bay.
Restaurants and bars are scattered throughout town, open morning to late night. Hot spots for drinks and light fare include High Tides, the Beach Bar, Joe’s Rum Hut, Woody’s, and Longboards. If you’ prefer to hit more sauce than soup, checkout Cafe 420, the Quiet Mon, Gecko Gazebo, or the Tap Room (where you’ll find awesome tasting locally brewed beer!). For a more substantial meal, head to Cafe Roma, the Lime Inn, Rhumb Lines, La Tapa, or Waterfront Bistro. Wherever you roam, you will be. Enjoy!
Coral Bay, once a secluded fishing village, is home to more great restaurants, bars, places to stay, and shops. About 20 minutes away from Cruz Bay by car, taxi or bus, it’s a must see part of this island paradise.