St. John, US Virgin Islands

St. John, US Virgin IslandsTravel Guide

St. John may be the smallest of the three main islands that make up the United States Virgin Islands, but don’t let its diminutive size fool you, this island packs a lot of gorgeous into a tiny package.

Last updated by Patrick Bennett on .

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St. Thomas is the closest large airport
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The Longboard, St. John | SBPR

The Longboard St John – Surf Style Eats in the Heart of Cruz Bay

The Longboard is California surf-style cool seasoned sweetly with local Caribbean elements that make for an overall delicious night out.
St. John Ferry Dock

My Love/Hate Feelings Toward The St. John Ferry Dock Webcam

The St. John Ferry Dock bookends most visits to Love City. As such, it's a place near, dear, and despised to many visitors to the island.
Windswept Point Webcam

Windswept Point Webcam Whisks Us Back to Saint John

The north coast of St. John is the stuff of exotic travel dreams. The new Windswept Point Webcam brings those dreams to life in your home.
Cruz Bay, St. John post-Irma | SBPR

Cruz Bay Webcam Showcases More Seldom Seen Side of St. John

Cruz Bay is beautiful from any angle. The picturesque principal settlement on sweet St. John seems plucked straight from a dream.
Coral Bay Overlook

Coral Bay Overlook Webcam Brings St. John Home To You

Coral Bay wasn't looking so great last time we visited nine months post-Hurricane Irma. This view from the Coral Bay overlook shows the scars.
Pool-like Trunk Bay, St. John | SBPR

Pool-Blue Trunk Bay, St. John

Trunk Bay, St. John. The V.I. Massive in me wants to say that the pool-blue water here is the clearest around. The claim is debatable, of course.
Caneel Bay, St. John – May 25, 2018 | SBPR

Coming Back Soon – Caneel Bay, St. John

Caneel Bay opened on December 1, 1956 in conjunction with the Virgin Islands National Park. Right from the start the two symbolized the best of St. John.
Rainy St. John Sunset | SBPR

Dodging Raindrops At Sunset In St. John

Dodging raindrops is a prime reason why many people escape to St. John, but even when it does rain here, the good times keep rolling.
All smiles in St. Thomas/St. John | Credit: Patrick Bennett

How Best to Enjoy St. Thomas/St. John Right Now

Here are some quick tips to help you make the most of your next St. Thomas/St. John adventure based on our most recent trip back in May 2018.
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