St. John is located four miles east of St. Thomas, USVI and four miles southwest of Tortola, BVI. It is the most verdant & mountainous Virgin Island, king a dream destination for eco-travelers and honeymooners who want more privacy.
Arawak Indians, migrating northward in canoes from South America, lived on St. John as early as 710 BC. They hunted and gathered foods primarily from the sea. Columbus may have named the Islands … More
This is not the USVI for a wide palette of man-made attractions. But that also means fewer and short lines for everything … More
Trunk Bay, Jumpy Bay and Francis Bay are the highlights, but there are more than first meets the eye. You’ll definitely prefer to rent a jeep driving to its many beaches … More
ON an island that is 2/3rds national parks, your expectations for quiet lagoons, numerous hiking trails, filled with mountain vistas, birdlife, flora and fauna will likely be exceeded … More
The major holidays in St. John are New Year’s Day, Three Kings Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President’s Day, Transfer Day, Holy Thursday, Easter Monday, Memorial Day, Emancipation Day, U.S. Independence Day, Hurricane Supplication Day … More