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 Islands Information

St. John:

Throughout the Virgin Islands, thereís a nickname for the small island that lies tucked between St. Thomas and the British Virgin Islands. Locals often call St. John "Love City," a moniker that harks to the destinationís true promise of romance. It may be smaller than its siblings St. Thomas and St. Croix, but this petite isle is a big boy in the world of love. Pristine beaches and miles of undeveloped park land more »

USVI-on-line - Travel Guide, maps and accommodations

Drake's View - On this website you will not only find information on what is available on St. John, but also information on stores, shops, and beaches located on St. John.

St. John U.S. Virgin Islands - St. John Hotel & Tourism Association's official guide to our islands. The site has numerous activities, restuarant suggestions and shopping tips...

St. John Escape

If youíre lucky enough to be familiar with the U.S. Virgin Islands, you know that theyíre made up of three charming isles; St. John, St. Croix, and St. Thomas. All make for divine vacation experiences, but thereís something about St. John that sets it apart from the traditional Caribbean destinations. Maybe itís the fact that most of the island consists of National Park land, or perhaps itís the stunning beaches, Trunk Bay in particular. It sounds simple but itís the truth; St. John is a fabulous place to visit.

Itís the smallest of the Virgin Islands, but as you wander the untamed habitat of St. Johnís lush and dynamic forests youíll hardly feel claustrophobic. To really get to know this precious and increasingly rare feature, follow a Park Ranger through a crisscross of paths as she regales you with all the information you care to know about the flora and fauna that captivates your more