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Why Famous
  • It’s known for its dozens of post card perfect white sand beaches.
  • Turquoise bays abounding in colorful corals.
  • Rainbows of tropical fish & endless vistas of green velvet hills.
  • Specialy famous for Virgin Island National Park.


Facts Destination
  • Saint John is an island in the Caribbean Sea and a constituent district of the United States Virgin Islands (USVI), an unincorporated territory of the United States.
  • St. John is an exclusive travel and honeymoon destination with several resorts and one of the top ten beaches in the world.
  • The island\'s high level of affluence has earned it the distinction of being the \"Beverly Hills of the Caribbean\".
Area Info
  • St. john is located about 4 miles east of saint thomas, the location of the territory\'s capital, charlotte amalie, and 4 miles south and west of tortola, part of the british virgin islands.
  • It is 50.8 km² (19.61 sq mi) in area.
Why Visit
  • There are tours of the National Park by Jeep or safari bus.
  • St. John is the peaceful.
  • Uncommercialized paradise of island fantasies.


Best Time
  • January through April.
How to reach
  • Reached by taking the lind point trail from cruz bay.


  • There are no airports on st. john.
  • Only access to the island is by boat.
  • The ferry service runs hourly from St. Thomas and daily from Tortola; regular ferries also operate from Virgin Gorda, Jost Van Dyke and Anegada.
  • Ferry operates throughout the day to and from Charlotte Amalie and Red Hook in St. Thomas.
  • Virgin islander culture is syncretic.
  • They maintain close cultural ties.
  • The music of the virgin islands reflects long-standing cultural ties to the island nations to the south.
  • Folk music:- scratch bands and fungi music, quelbe, other folk styles.
  • Modern and recently imported styles:- calypso, soca, reggae, band music, hip-hop.