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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.)

If you’d like to read about the history of St. John Island, you might be surprised at the turbulant past.

Cruz Bay Town is your ferry stop entrance to the island.  It’s full of great restaurants and bars, shops, villas, condos, and guest houses, hotels, watersport outfitters, boat rental and charter companies, and other points of attraction.

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.

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. is pleased to have been listed in both and The Los Angeles Times and Conde Nast Traveler as one of the #1 websites pertaining to St. John and Virgin Island travel.

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