St. John is an island in the Caribbean Sea. It is the smallest of three U.S. Virgin Islands, where more than half of the island is occupied by the Virgin Islands National Park. Remote, unhurried and blissfully low-key, its unspoiled beauty make St. John the most tranquil island on earth.
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Best Places to Stay
St. John Vacation Rentals – An exclusive vacation rental listing service connecting owners and guests of St. John Island. Connect directly with St. John villa owners and managers and get solutions for transportation, water sports, charters, underwater experiences and more.
Caneel Bay Resort – Set on a 170-acre peninsula amid the lush beauty of the Virgin Islands National Park and seven picturesque beaches, one for every day of the week, Caneel Bay is one of the most breathtaking vacation destinations in the Caribbean. Following Hurricanes Irma and Maria in September 2017, the Resort and St. John were devastated and reopening Caneel Bay was impossible. While work to reopen Caneel Bay continues, the Resort remains closed and no reservations are being accepted. Further updates will be available in the coming months
La Tapa – Using local fish and fresh vegetables from local fisherman and farmers, La Tapa is special because it focuses on a concise, nightly changing menu that reflects the availability of the best ingredients they can get at the moment. The challenge makes way for unlimited exploration and excitement.
The Terrace – A family owned restaurant offering unparalleled quality and a spectacular dining experience with breathtaking sunset waterfront views from its rustic, stone building in the heart of Cruz Bay, St. John.
Trunk Bay – One of the most beautiful beaches in the world with a world-class stretch of uber white sand and turquoise water. Undeniably, it is St. John’s most photographed beach.
Cruz Bay – The hub of St. John with Caribbean architecture, shopping, and a bustling port. Your ferry boat entrance to the magical island.