St John Travel Guide

On September 6th, Hurricane Irma tore through the U.S. Virgin Islands, causing catastrophic destruction and killing more than 33 people across the Caribbean. The Category 5 storm brought 185 mph winds that caused untold damage and devastation to once idyllic St. John and St. Thomas. Just two weeks later, another Category 5 storm, Hurricane Maria, hit the Caribbean and caused more destruction, especially on St. Croix.  Help with the USVI recovery by clicking here.

St. John is sometimes referred to as the “Beverly Hills of the Caribbean.   It has become the place to travel in the U.S. Virgin Islands. It’s not easy to get to because there is no airport on St. John.  But the capital of the Us. Virgin Islands, Charlotte Amalie, is only four miles away. So, St. John is easy to get to by ferry or by boat.  On the island you will find gorgeous, sun-baked beaches, a national park that covers almost two-thirds of the island, coral reefs, and friendly locals. On St. John, you can stay in an eco-friendly cabin, a campground, a beautiful resort or in villas and vacation rentals that range from quaint to super luxurious.  Cruz Bay is the main town on St. John., and this is where the ferry is that connects St. John to St. Thomas.  St. John offers nature lovers an array of activities. One of the most popular activities of course, is going to the beach.  St. John beaches are protected by the National Park Service.  St. John offers rest, relaxation and an adequate amount of sporting activities. Plan the activities you would like to do most and have a great vacation!  Visit the beautiful beaches of St. John here on our Lesser Antilles Beach Guide.  Let our St. John travel guide lead the way for you to plan your next beach destination!


It is warm year-round on St. John. The average max temp. is 84-89°F, with August being the hottest month and Dec-Jan the coldest. The average min temp is 73°F-80°F. The average water temperature is 82°F.  February to May are the driest months, October to January the wettest. It can however heavily rain any day of the year, but usually it is gone as fast as it came. Rain is actually a welcome relief from the heat.  September is dead low season and many businesses are closed. Other than that, any time is good to visit. The climate is most agreeable in December through February, but these are also the most expensive months (however some good deals can be made in the 2nd half of February).  If you are a surfer or like waves, you are more likely to find them from November to April. But tropical storms can generate some random big swells as well.

Getting to St. John

Whether your vacation is on St. John or you are visiting St. Thomas and want to head over to St. John for the day – you will be taking a boat to travel between the two islands.  First choose your ferry, Charlotte Amalie to St. John; or Red Hook to St. John. The Charlotte Amalie ferry is closer to the Airport (about 3 miles; 10 minute drive in low traffic); and also to the Cruise Ship Docks. The Charlotte Amalie schedule has 3 departures a day. There is no terminal, the ferry picks up right off the Charlotte Amalie waterfront. The Red Hook ferry is about 10 miles from the airport, about a 35 minute drive in low traffic, and about 8-9 miles from the Cruise Ship Docks. The Red Hook ferry has departures every hour on the hour from early morning to midnight. There is a ferry terminal in Red Hook with benches and a small bar. Reservations are not required for either ferry.  Visit the ferry schedules here.

Getting Around St. John

By Bus

The local Vitran (tel 340/774-0165) service runs buses between Cruz Bay and Coral Bay, along Centerline Road about once an hour, costing $1 for adults and 75¢ for children.

By Taxi

You’ll have no trouble finding taxis to take you anywhere in St. John. Between midnight and 6:00 a.m., fares are increased by 50 percent. Taxis meet the ferries as they arrive in Cruz Bay, or you can hail one if you see one. Taxi rates are set by the island’s Taxi Association and fares are widely posted, even in taxis; check out the official fares in the free magazine “This Week” offered in most businesses. Typical fares from Cruz Bay are $8 to Trunk Bay, $9 to Cinnamon Bay, and $18 to Maho Bay. Waiting charges are $1/minimum per minute after the first 5 minutes.

Rental Car

St. John is a small island with many beaches and areas of interest. If you would like to explore the island at your leisure the best way to do it is by having your own mode of transportation. Many rental agencies are conveniently located in Cruz Bay, within walking distance of the ferry dock. Some agencies also have offices at the larger hotels.  Average prices on rentals range from $65 to $100 a day and differ depending on time of year or season. A Jeep Wrangler will run around $70 to $80. Larger vehicles go for $80 to $100. The latter price being for a 7 passenger minivan. Special packages and discounts are available. Be sure to book early during high season!

Driving in the Virgin Islands is on the left side of the road.  Vehicles are typical American cars with left side steering.  U.S. driver’s licenses are valid for up to 90 days. Driver’s holding international licenses must purchase a temporary foreign driver’s permit. These can be purchased from the Virgin Islands Bureau of Motor Vehicles. Since doing this can be difficult for visitor’s they are available from car rental agencies who are allowed to pre-purchase them and have on hand to sell to visitor’s renting vehicles. They are usually $25.

Sunshine Jeep Rental – Recommended Car Rental Company

They rent clean and well maintained jeeps, offering high quality service with a smile! We offer free in town parking, free express check in and repeat customer discounts. They are located across from Dolphin Market and The Islandia Building, above the roundabout on Route 10, in Cruz Bay.  For information, call them at 340-690-1SUN (1786) or visit them on the web at Sunshine Jeep Rental.

Places Not to Miss

Trunk Bay, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, places to see in St. John, best beaches of St John, Lesser Antilles, Leeward Islands, best beaches of the Caribbean, USVI best beaches.Trunk Bay

Trunk Bay is also one of the most photographed beaches in the United States Virgin Islands. Over a quarter mile of beautiful white sand makes this the showpiece beach of the National Park Service. Enjoy the self-guided Underwater Snorkeling Trail; with underwater information about coral formations and sea life. Facilities include a snack bar/grill, souvenir shop, showers, restrooms, public telephones, and lifeguards. Please note: Trunk Bay is the only St John beach that charges an entrance fee.

Virgin Islands Coral Reef National Monument, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, places to see in St. John, best beaches of St John, Lesser Antilles, Leeward Islands, best beaches of the Caribbean, USVI best beaches.Virgin Islands Coral Reef National Monument

Virgin Islands Coral Reef National Monument encompasses most of St. John, VI and Hassel Island. The monument itself is underwater and protects 22 miles of marine habitat and reef in the Virgin Islands National Park and surrounding tropical forests. Nearly 30 of the 45 known coral species exist inside the monument, which is unusual in such a condensed area, and adds to the importance of preserving this 12,708 acres of marine life.  While exploring the beauty of the Virgin Islands Coral Reef National Monument you might also encounter a large variety of threatened and endangered sea animals such as dolphins, humpback whales, hawksbill, leatherback and green sea turtles, 25 species of seabirds and hundreds of different reef fish and crustaceans.  A large variety of organisms are also on display at the monument, from 30 different species of coral, a diverse group of sea sponges, algae and sea grass.

Cinnamon Bay Beach, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, places to see in St. John, best beaches of St John, Lesser Antilles, Leeward Islands, best beaches of the Caribbean, USVI best beaches.Cinnamon Bay Beach

Cinnamon Bay Beach ranks among the most beautiful and pristine beaches within the National Park. Towering palms rule majestically over a 1/2 mile of soft white sand beach. Snorkelers can explore the small cay located less than 100 yards off the shoreline. With plenty of “elbow room” and shallow water entry, Cinnamon Bay makes a great destination for families with kids. And the water sports concession will keep even the most active adults and teens busy kite boarding, paddle boarding, windsurfing, and snorkeling. Facilities include a snack shop, showers and restrooms, as well as a small souvenir shop.  Cinnamon Beach has it all, enough coconut palms and sea grape trees to offer plenty of shade; and long stretches of sandy pink beach to the left and right.

Reef Bay Trail, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, places to see in St. John, best beaches of St John, Lesser Antilles, Leeward Islands, best beaches of the Caribbean, USVI best beaches.Reef Bay Trail

The secrets of St. John’s tropical forests, petroglyphs, freshwater pools and sugar mill ruins come alive on the three-mile Reef Bay Trail Hike.  You will also see a 40ft waterfall, various plants and animals like deer, bats, land crabs, termite nests.  Look for the petroglyphs, mysterious carvings that surround a freshwater pool at the base of a 40 waterfall just off the trail. Aercheologists believe them to be sacred symbols carved by Taino Indians over 1000 years ago.

Things to Do

Virgin Islands EcoTours, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, things to do in St. John, best beaches of St John, Lesser Antilles, Leeward Islands, best beaches of the Caribbean, USVI best beaches.Virgin Islands Eco Tours

Enjoy the Best of Henley Cay and Caneel Bay Kayak, Hike & Snorkel Adventures “combined” into a 5 hour tour with a picnic lunch! Henley Cay is among St John’s most colorful snorkeling destinations. See coral gardens, schools of tropical fishes and marine life at this deserted island. Seabirds soar overhead and feed nearby. Explore the Caneel Bay Peninsula. Kayak turquoise waters, hike Turtle Point Trail and snorkel to see turtles and sting rays.  For more information call 1-877-684-2441, or visit them on the web at Virgin Island Eco Tours.

Palm Tree Charters, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, things to do in St. John, best beaches of St John, Lesser Antilles, Leeward Islands, best beaches of the Caribbean, USVI best beaches.Palm Tree Charters

Beaches, Bars, Snorkeling, Shopping, Island Hopping. “You Choose the Cruise” Palm Tree Charters is located in Cruz Bay on St. John in the Virgin Islands. Their private charters provide a fun, action packed day at sea exploring the Virgin Islands. They will pick you up on St. John, or Tortola, BVI.  For more information call 340-642-8522, or visit them on the web at Palm Tree Charters.

Cruz Bay Watersports, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, things to do in St. John, best beaches of St John, Lesser Antilles, Leeward Islands, best beaches of the Caribbean, USVI best beaches.Cruz Bay Water Sports

Celebrating 29 years in business, Cruz Bay Water sports has evolved into the most diversified water sports Company in the Virgin Islands. Scuba and snorkel trips offered daily as well as BVI trips to the Baths, Caves, Foxy’s, and the Soggy Dollar Bar. With two retail locations, Cruz Bay and the Westin Resort, CBW is your best source for “All Things Water sports.”  For more information call 1-888-659-7537, or visit them on the web at Cruz Bay Water Sports.

Lion In Da Sun, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, things to do in St. John, best beaches of St John, Lesser Antilles, Leeward Islands, best beaches of the Caribbean, USVI best beaches.Lion In Da Sun

Lion In Da Sun is a “Captained Powerboat Day Charter” business in the US Virgin Islands of St. John and St. Thomas. The days activities are completely up to you and might include island hopping in the British Islands such as Jost van Dyke, Sandy Spit, Norman Island, and Virgin Gorda among many others. You can incorporate world-class snorkeling, beaches, bars, and local lunch spots. For more information call 340-626-4783, or visit them on the web at Lion In Da Sun.

Island Roots Charters, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, things to do in St. John, best beaches of St John, Lesser Antilles, Leeward Islands, best beaches of the Caribbean, USVI best beaches.Island Roots Charters

Explore the islands both above and below the water with Island Roots Charters. They specialize in snorkeling trips and island hopping to the most popular and most secluded spots in the US and British Virgin Islands. Their team of captains can customize your day to whatever experience you’re looking for. Whether it’s above or below the sea – from sea turtles to shipwrecks, from beginner snorkelers to advanced divers, from bar hoppers to sunbathers!  For more information call 340-643-5000, or visit them on the web at Island Roots Charters.


$-Inexpensive     $$-Moderate     $$$-Pricey     $$$$-Ultra High End

$$  Equator Restaurant

Caneel Bay Resort’s Equator restaurant (formerly the Sugar Mill), specializes in Caribbean fusion cuisine with a modern twist. Served adjacent to an 18th century sugar mill, diners can see the grounds and the ocean from their perch in the terrace dining room. For starters, try the jerk-spiced crab cakes served with a roasted yellow pepper sauce – simply divine. The authentic Caribbean callaloo soup is another wonderful choice. Traditional entrees like grilled veal chops are available for your main course, or you can go exotic and try the pumpkin melange or tuna with lemongrass. Attire is smart-casual to dressy. Reservations are required.  For more information call 340-776-6111, or visit them on the web at Equator Restaurant.

$$$  La Tapa

This stylish street-side restaurant offers a taste of Spain in the heart of Cruz Bay. The ever-changing menu includes starters such as hearty gazpacho, boquerones, and seared foie gras with grape-gewurztraminer compote. Main courses are heavy on fish and steak and include Basque-style grilled local yellowtail snapper, linguine tossed with shrimp, lobster, chanterelle mushrooms, eggplant, and paella for two. You’ll kick yourself if you miss the incomparable tarte tatin with calvados ice cream for dessert, or the chocolate truffle cake with carajillo ice cream. Naturally, there is an excellent wine list, and if you dine on a Monday, your meal will be accompanied by live jazz.  For more information call 340-693-7755, or visit them on the web at La Tapa.

$$  Morgan’s Mango

This “neo-Caribbean” restaurant features a uniquely delicious seafood-heavy menu food with a West Indian- Latin twist. Dive right in with an appetizer of Anegada crab and lobster cakes, Barbados flying fish, or quesadillas with skirt steak and brie. If you still have room in your stomach try a main course such as the Haitian “voodoo” snapper roasted with Cajun spices, the mahi-mahi with Cruzan rum and mango sauce, or Poppas Pickapepper Jamaican steak. Another good bet – whether you are vegetarian or not – is the veggie platter. Black beans and fried plantains are served with fresh green salad, sweet potatoes, rice, and an ear of corn. Try the mango-banana pie for dessert, or one of the 30 frozen bar drinks. Casual to smart-casual attire.  For more information call 340-693-8141, or visit them on the web at Morgan’s Mango.

$$$  Zozo’s Restaurant

Classic northern Italian cuisine is on the menu at this popular restaurant, located at Gallows Point Resort. The menu changes four or five times a year, but you can usually find staples like veal scallopini and eggplant Parmesan, plus unique creations such as Caribbean lobster fradiavolo and osso bucco with saffron rice. For starters, try the squid ink fettuccine, calamari with pesto aioli or smoked duck sausage with Gorgonzola polenta. If you have time before your meal, head upstairs to Jax Bar and enjoy one of the best sunsets in the Caribbean while you sip a cocktail or a glass of vino. Not surprisingly, the wine list is excellent and tends toward Italian, but also includes selections from around the world. Attire is smart-casual and reservations are suggested.  For more information call 340-693-9200, or visit them on the web at Zozo’s Restaurant.

$$$  Asolare

The name of this elegant, open-air St. John restaurant means “a leisurely passing of time without purpose.” Diners are encouraged to start with drinks as they soak in the beautiful sunset vistas over Cruz Bay. When it’s time to order, start with the excellent pork spring roll appetizer or silky prawn and coconut milk soup. For dinner, sample the sashimi tuna served on a hot plate with plum sake vinaigrette, or chicken in yellow curry sauce. But menu items change every night, so who knows what delicacies you’ll find on the menu when you’re there! Attire is smart-casual to dressy and reservations are highly recommended. Located next to the Estate Lindholm Bed and Breakfast.  For more information call 340-779-4747, or visit them on the web at Asolare.

Bars & Nightlilfe

Umami Bar, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, bars & nightlife in St. John, best beaches of St John, Lesser Antilles, Leeward Islands, best beaches of the Caribbean, USVI best beaches.Umami Bar

Centrally located in Cruz Bay, Umami Bar is the place for sushi, fresh seafood, and eclectic cocktails. The vibe is casual and the food and drinks fresh. One special is the Guava Mama, this cocktail is almost too beautiful to drink. Vibrant pink and made with Milagro, Campari, St. Germaine, fresh guava juice, lime juice and jalapeno syrup, the rim is spiced with dramatic black smoky jalapeno ash. Stop in for Happy Hour from 3 – 6pm and enjoy 2 for 1 cocktails everyday.  For more information call 340-244-2824, or visit them on the web at Umami Bar.

Dog House Pub, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, bars & nightlife in St. John, best beaches of St John, Lesser Antilles, Leeward Islands, best beaches of the Caribbean, USVI best beaches.Dog House Pub

With plenty of TVs and a casual, inexpensive menu the Dog House Pub in St. John is the ideal place to watch the game, dance the night away, sing karaoke, and enjoy live music. This place is fun and features American cuisine, plus it has a large selection of craft beers sure to please everyone (over 50 different beers). Stop by for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or happy hour (from 3 – 7pm everyday).  For more information call 340-777-3361, or visit them on the web at Dog House Pub.

Drink, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, bars & nightlife in St. John, best beaches of St John, Lesser Antilles, Leeward Islands, best beaches of the Caribbean, USVI best beaches.Drink

If you are looking to enjoy a fantastic cocktail with an ocean view, head to Drink, located on Cruz Bay in St. John. It’s one of the best spots on the island for sunsets, and the specialty of the house, the Bushwhackers, are not to be missed. Try the peanut butter, Nutella, or Thin Mint Bushwhackers. These delicious milkshake-like drinks are a treat after time in the sun. Drink is also known for their fabulous bar staff, mixologists that are ready to whip up whatever cocktail you desire.  For more information call 407-758-6924, or visit them on the web at Drink.

The Beach Bar, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, bars & nightlife in St. John, best beaches of St John, Lesser Antilles, Leeward Islands, best beaches of the Caribbean, USVI best beaches.The Beach Bar

As stated on their Facebook page “Toes in the sand & a drink in your hand!” The Beach Bar is a staple in St. John with outdoor games, live music, and world famous Bushwhackers and Painkillers. The Beach Bar is a great place for a night out in St. John, or a Sunday funday. The adults can drink beverages and play bag toss while the kids build sandcastles close by. You won’t want to miss out on the fun at the Beach Bar. Happy hour is 3-7pm daily.  For more information call 340-777-4220, or visit them on the web at Beach Bar.

The Longboard Coastal Cantina, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands, bars & nightlife in St. John, best beaches of St John, Lesser Antilles, Leeward Islands, best beaches of the Caribbean, USVI best beaches.The Longboard Coastal Cantina

Sophisticated but fun, The Longboard is a new spot on St. John. Offering small plates and strong drinks, order the house special Dark & Stormy. Made with Gosling’s Black Rum, house-made ginger beer, lime and Angostura bitters. The Longboard has a sense of humor, with a note on their website stating “Chickens are island friends and part of the Cruz Bay local flavor. You may find them strutting tableside to say hello.” However, the food and drinks aren’t joking around. The Longboard has an extensive menu offering gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian options as well as home-made sodas and ginger beer, and fresh squeezed juices sure to please everyone. Happy hour is 3 – 6pm daily.  For more information call 340-715-2210, or visit them on the web at The Longboard.

Top St. John Hotels

Estate Lindholm

This Saint John Estate Lindholm inn is located in the Virgin Islands National Park and features an outdoor pool and an on-site restaurant. All rooms are Indonesian-themed and have a private patio.  A fitness center is available to all guests throughout their stay. Free luggage storage and parking are provided as well.  For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room, visit Estate Lindholm.

Lameshur Cottages

Featuring free WiFi and a barbecue, Lameshur Cottages is located in Concordia. Free private parking is available on site.  Some units include a balcony and/or patio with mountains views. There is also a kitchen in some of the units equipped with a dishwasher, an oven, and a microwave. Bed linens are provided.  For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room, visit Lameshur Cottages.

Cruz Bay Boutique Hotel

Hotel Cruz Bay is an intimate accommodation made up of ten guest rooms and one penthouse apartment suite. The hotel was created in 2010 and extensively expanded in 2013 blending chic Miami boutique hotel decor with the more casual style of an island villa. The result is a clean, simple yet elegant venue.  For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room, visit Cruz Bay Boutique Hotel.

St. John Inn

St. John Inn is an affordable, small boutique hotel. It is conveniently located in Cruz Bay in a charming historic building. It is in the heart of the shopping and restaurant district. They offer unpretentious, budget accommodations with spectacular views of the sunset!  All rooms have a/c, private bath, refrigerators, microwaves, coffee machines and ipod docking music stations. We also provide free Wi-Fi throughout the grounds.  For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room, visit St. John Inn.

The Westin St. John Resort Villas

With ocean views and apartment-style layouts, their 226 Caribbean villas make this St. John Resort a unique home base in the Virgin Islands, offering comfort and privacy to your family or group. The Westin St. John Resort Villas has recently been nominated by Starwood’s loyalty members as the Best Island Paradise and Best Family Experience, and is a perfect location for a romantic getaway, a special event or a family retreat.  For more information, pricing, or to reserve your room, visit The Westin St. John Resort Villas.


  1. shiva bhilala

    Good post. I Am planing To travel and your post provided me useful information.

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Glad I could help!

  2. Melinda

    Wow. Trunk Bay sounds like a gorgeous place to visit. I’ve never been snorkling, but an underwater snorkeling trail sounds like a great way to explore.

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I agree Melinda! Believe it or not I have only snorkeled once in my life in Hawaii. It was a bad experience (my fault), but I can’t get past it LOL So I do everything else. Thanks for reading my St. John Travel Guide!

  3. Cath

    I love your homepage, my absolute life is the beach and I found many to which I have been. It’s well written and has tons of links. Definitely a link I would put on my page.

    If you are interested in connecting please let me know.

    Good luck

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I am very interested in connecting and will do likewise 🙂  Thank you so much and I am glad you enjoyed.

  4. Melinda

    I have always wanted to visit St. John, so finding this post was perfect timing. This is a great resource, and I have bookmarked it for when I start planning. I love that you included which restaurants to try as well as how pricey they are! I loved the pictures that you included as well! Great information!

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thanks Melinda! I am glad you are enjoying reading all there is to see and do on the beautiful island of St John. It will take a little time for them to rebuild after the hurricanes that hit them, but I think by next year, they will be back to their usual beauty. Thanks for reading!

  5. Ashley

    This is such an informative site. My wedding is coming up in 5 months and I still have no idea where we are going on our honeymoon. The beautiful beaches you talked about on your site were exciting and helped me narrow some beautiful destinations down. Thank you so much!

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are very welcome.  Just a note, that I don’t think any of the islands in this area will be having visitors for a while until they can rebuild from the destruction of Irma, Jose, and Martha.  One island that is still good is Aruba.  They are outside of the hurricane belt and saw very little devastation.  You can learn more, and plan at this link:  Aruba Travel Guide.  Thanks for visiting my St John Travel Guide.

  6. Shierly

    You’ve presented the coolest and some of the best places to travel. I am looking forward to finding myself one day at some of these places.I put quite a few on my list of places to visit including, bookmarking your site for me to come back when time to travel and adventures will begin… Thank you so much for all your time and effort! I love reading about great vacation getaways, and I have just spent entirely too much time on your site!

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I am glad you found yourself wandering through my site 🙂 It is habit forming I hope, enough to get you to get planning and start visiting some of these wonderful places! Keep checking back for more amazing locations!

  7. Mack

    Wow St. John looks like the place to be. Im still in the midst of planning a winter getaway. I think with these destruction caused by these hurricanes we are going to see alot of pressure on other travel destinations. Unfortunately price increases will follow.

    Do you now how bad the damage was in the St. John area was?


    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I know that St. John was heavily damaged.  They lost homes, cars, roofs, and the landscape of the little island has been stripped bare.  They had the 150 mile an hour gusts slam into them when Irma showed up.  So, it will be a little while for them to rebuild.  I don’t know if we will see price increases.  You have to remember that these islands depend on tourism for their economy.  So right now, they are suffering huge economically.  I think we will see some great prices to get tourists back to these great islands in the Caribbean.  Thank you for visiting

  8. Jerry Burns

    Hey, thanks for your post. I appreciate you takng the time and breaking it all down for us. This is great, as I have been looking at planning a trip to St. John.  Looks like I can plan for a bit with the hurricane damage.  All the information and the pictures help me just visualize being there now. I can’t wait to vacation there!   It looks great.  Again, thanks for all the information and investing all your time. It’s a great site.

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are most welcome Jerry!  Yes, they were hit pretty hard by the hurricane.  This does give you extra time to plan and get ready for your trip.  I am sure you will enjoy.  Thanks for visiting the St John Travel Guide.

  9. Aleksandar

    St. John seems like a wonderful place to visit! I would definitely enjoy the nightlife in this place. Looks like there is a lot of it. I have been searching for the perfect beach destination that had it all, and I do like to enjoy nightlife while I am on vacation. Thank you for your very detailed post on St. John. I think I have found my next vacation spot!

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, St. John is not lacking in night life for sure. They have a lot of it, and to enjoy beautiful beaches, scenery, the ocean, wonderful accommodations and the nightlife all on one island is amazing! Thank you for reading the St John Travel Guide!

  10. Katherine

    I have always wanted to visit St. John’s.
    The idea of rest and relaxation on an island in the Carribean sounds magnificent. I have heard of Trunk Bay from others and I would definitely go there. Snorkeling is one of my favorite things to do. Cinnamon Bay sounds perfect to snorkel with the family. I think that one of the charters you mentioned would be fun for a day.
    What a beautiful place!

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I am glad you enjoyed reading the St. John Travel Guide 🙂  Yes, so many wonderful things to do on the island of St. John.  I hope I have you that push to start packing your suitcase and planning your trip to St. John!  Thanks for reading!

  11. Jessie

    This article makes me want to travel right now!!! I can’t believe how many things there are to do and see on this beautiful island. I think the best idea is the Lion in Da Sun option where you can island hop to even more places. Its such a shame the amount of destruction all of these islands including St. Johns have experienced with the recent hurricanes.

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      It is definitely a shame to see such devastation for sure.  I truly believe that in no time, they will be back to their full beauty and ready to welcome visitors.  I agree that the Lion in Da Sun is a great way to see and do so much!  Glad you enjoyed reading and thanks for visiting the St. John Travel Guide!

  12. Dini

    Nice post ! Great pics and loads of good information. Have to bookmark this page when it is time to travel ..Loved the article and so looking forward a vacation in St. John.

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thank you and yes, great place and pretty much any time of year is going to be great to travel here. Thanks for visit my St. John Travel Guide!

  13. kay

    Hi there,

    I really enjoyed reading this article, such useful information, it made me want go to St. John today. It has been on my bucket list for a while now. But, of course I am hoping to gaining a larger income in order to visit. Once I am ready I will come back to your site, which I have bookmarked, so that I can get busy making it happen!

    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Sounds like a good plan. Yes, now if I could also earn a larger income, oh all the places I would visit. There are so many great beach destinations around the world just waiting for me. St. John is amazing, and when you are ready, you will love it! Thanks for visiting!


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