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St. John Attractions and Activities

St. Johns National Park
St. Johns National Park is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Caribbean and it doesn't take a genius to figure out why. This tropical park is home to some of the most spectacular wild life and scenery in the world. more...

Virgin Island National Park
The Virgin Island National Park covers a majority of St. Johnís landmass. There many things to do and see in the park. Park guests can go on historical and nature hikes, snorkel, scuba dive, and camp in select sections of the park. Those unsure of what to do in the park can contact a park ranger or learn more at the visitorís center. It is open every day between 8 a.m. Ė 4:30 p.m.

World Class Anglers
The waters surrounding St. John and the other U.S. Virgin Islands are full of marlin, bonefish, barracuda, and other fish. Inexperienced or experienced deep sea fishers can charter a boat with World Class Anglers for a day of exciting sport fishing. Everything necessary to fish is provided on a trip, including drinks. This is a great activity for families since kids are permitted on the boat.

Seaborne Airlines
Many tourists visiting St. Thomas make day trips to surrounding islands. There are ferries that travel to other islands, but it takes less time to fly. Seaborne Airlines transports tourists in small seaplanes from St. Thomas to nearby islands, including Virgin Gorda, Puerto Rico, St. Croix, and St. Thomas. Pilots flying these planes follow strict safety protocols and all the regulations required by commercial planes. However, guests do not have to wait in long lines before departing the island. It is just a little more expensive to book a flight with Seaborne Airlines than book passage on a ferry.

Reef Bay Trail and Petroglyphs
This hiking trail is located within the Virgin Island National Park. It is one of the most popular hikes on the island. Hikers begin on Centerline Road and trek through beautiful forest where the ruins from sugar plantations and Indian petroglyphs etched on stone can be observed. The hike concludes close to the picturesque Genti Bay.


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