The Annaberg Sugar Plantation is one of the most historical and unique tours that you can take on St. Johns USVI.
With over fifteen major cruise lines operating in the Western hemisphere alone, cruise travelers can pick from many destinations, amenities, ships, and prices ranges.
Nearly 1/2 of Virgin Islands National Park is under water. Mangrove shorelines, seagrass beds, fringing and patch coral reefs offer a diverse and ample array of snorkeling opportunities. However, identifying the ‘best’ snorkeling on St. …
At “The Baths”, the beach shows evidence of the island’s volcanic origins, which deposited granite that eroded into piles of boulders on the beach. The boulders form natural tidal pools, tunnels, arches and scenic grottoes …
The water is warm, calm and crystal clear and the Virgin Island National Park maintains an underwater snorkeling trail complete with underwater signs.
This is the place for swimming, sunning, picnics, water sports and snorkeling
The Fourth of July isn’t only a big deal on mainland USA, you know. Visit the tiny island of St. John at the beginning of July – or even at any time during June – and you’ll see how islanders like to celebrate Independence Day.
It might be a small town on a small island, but Cruz Bay has more than its fair share of great restaurants. However, that doesn’t mean the locals are standing idle… in fact, brand new eateries pop up in Cruz Bay all the time.
If you fancy getting off St. John’s beautiful beaches and taking up a real challenge, try 8 Tuff Miles. The most famous foot race on the Virgin Islands, it’s also one of the most enjoyable and rewarding you’ll find anywhere. But that’s not to say it’s a walk in the park. Far from it…
The annual Carnival on St. John is a highly anticipated celebration that embodies rich island culture, emancipation and independence.