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This site is your gateway into a vacation paradise in the US Virgin Islands (USVI), located in the heart of the carribean. Complete travel planning information for anyone interested in visiting or vacationaing in the Virgin Islands. This site had been developed to provide a hub for businesses on St John, as well as provide publicly available infomation relating to island may USVI entusiasts prefer. Everything from accomodations to water sports and scuba is included here, as well as a white pages style listing of businesses and activities. St. John USVI / Caribbean. A virtual visit: accommodations, activities, vacations, food, restaurants, shopping, scuba diving, hotels, villas, condos, travel, beaches, VI Park St. John USVI / Caribbean. A virtual visit: accommodations, activities, vacations, food, restaurants, shopping, scuba diving, hotels, villas, condos, travel, beaches, VI Park
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Everything about St. John USVI /
Caribbean. A virtual visit: accommodations, activities, vacations, food,
restaurants, shopping, scuba diving, hotels, villas, condos, travel, beaches,
VI Park St. John, smallest and most idyllic of the three United States
Virgin Islands is best known for its dozens of post card perfect white
sand beaches, turquoise bays abounding in colorful corals and rainbows
of tropical fish and endless vistas of green velvet hills. Only nine miles
long and three miles wide, two thirds of the island is the Virgin Islands
National Park, so its spectacular beaches and virgin forests will remain
undeveloped for generations to come and be accessible to all without charge.
There are tours of the National Park by Jeep or safari bus and hikes on
spectacular tails led by Park Rangers who enrich the experience with talks
on the island's history and geology as well as its flora and fauna.
While it is only twenty minutes from St. Thomas by convenient hourly ferry, St. John is the peaceful, uncommercialized paradise of island fantasies. It has no high-rise buildings, cruise ship docks or airport (visitors must travel by air )to St.Thomas. Despite its unspoiled atmosphere, it offers every facility and amenity found at major resorts.
Watersports abound and one can charter boats from kayaks to ketches to catamarans by the day or week, with or without captain. Day excursions for sightseeing, picnicking, snorkeling, or scuba diving are offered on every variety of sail or motor craft.
Getting around the island is easy. Cruz Bay, the major town where the ferry docks is on the west end of the island facing Red Hook in St. Thomas. It is connected by excellent paved road (see map) to most of the bays and beaches and to Coral Bay, the picturesque yacht harbor on the east end of the island. Several local agencies, all a short walk from the ferry dock, offer rental cars, jeeps and canopied trucks by the day or week. Colorful canopied taxis also line the dock all day and evening.
The spectrum of accommodations offered at every budget level include two luxury resort hotels, privately owned million dollar villas and homes with million dollar views, sophisticated condominium apartments, small inns with lots of atmosphere and campsites in the National Park.
Most of the private homes and condominiums are managed by property managers who live on the island and can give complete information including brochures on their properties and assist in finding a property which meets a visitor's requirements.
St. John's selection of restaurants runs from breeze cooled spots for barbecue or burgers to air-conditioned hideaways for Continental cuisine and
candlelight. The hotels and several restaurants offering evening entertainment.
Visitors who have rented homes or condos find ample supplies of fresh and frozen foods, delicatessen and baked goods and a good selection of liquors and wines.