A view of Trunk Bay and Jumble Bay, St. John, U.S.V.I. from our January 2009 trip.
A view of Trunk Bay and Jumble Bay, St. John, US Virgin Islands from our January 2009 trip.

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About St. John

St. John is part of the US Virgin Islands. A large portion of the island is protected as part of the Virgin Islands National Park, so it is undeveloped, lush, and beautiful. The beaches are pristine, and often end up on tropical calendars back in the states. The island is covered with an extensive set of hiking trails. It is very rich in history and many sugar and rum plantation ruins still exist on the island.

How to Get There?

Of course you can always get there by boat, but for those of us with more restricted budgets, or those of us stopping in St. Thomas on a cruise ship, you can take a ferry.

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