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St. John National Park

St. John National Park When most people think of National Parks they envision the pine forests of Yellowstone or the African Savanna but they rarely think tropical. The Caribbean truly has some of the most spectacular tropical national parks found anywhere in the world. One of the most noteworthy national parks in all the Caribbean is St. John National Park located in the U.S. Virgin Islands. With nearly two-thirds of the island designated as national park this island is truly considered one of the finest unspoiled tropical paradises. St. Johns National Park offers hiking trails for those who want to explore. In particular, the Reef Bay trail offers visitors the opportunity to see remnants of colonial sugar plantations, exotic tropical trees and plants, as well as petroglyphs. In addition to inland trails St. Johns also offers underwater trails for snorkelers and divers alike. Trunk Bay, one of the most exquisite beaches in the Caribbean, offers a very popular marked underwater trail that is extremely popular among visitors.

 

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