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St. John, the smallest and most idyllic of the three main United States Virgin Islands is best known for its beautiful, white beaches and the Virgin Islands National Park. Nine miles long and three miles wide, it has all the elements to make your stay a memorable one and have you coming back for years to come.

Time is something to be ignored when visiting Virgin Islands National Park. Forget about trying to cram too many things into your visit. Instead, adjust to “island time” and go with the flow. Virgin Islands National Park, renowned throughout the world for its breathtaking beauty, covers two-thirds of the 19 square-mile island of St. John and boasts some of the most beautiful coral reefs, plant life, and multicolored tropical fish in Caribbean. Several beautiful beaches and 22 hiking trails are also included within the national park’s boundaries. More than a third of the 11,560 acres that make up the national park are underwater, offering unparalleled diving and snorkeling. Thanks to the park, St. John has sustained its vast stretches of green hillsides, exotic foliage, and pristine white-sand beaches.

Listed below are websites that include more information about the National Park as well as information that will help you coordinate and plan your visit to St. John.

Official Virgin Islands National Park Site
Virgin Islands National Park Photos and Information.

St John Island

St John Sunset from Peter Bay

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