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If you are looking for paradise, crystal clear turquoise water and few
people, a St John Caribbean vacation is what you have been waiting for.
Bask on stunning white sand beaches in the year round 80+ degree
weather and water plus explore all that this remote island has to offer, from snorkeling, hiking, diving plus great food.
St John is located about 4 miles east of St Thomas in the United States Virgin Islands (USVI). The Virgin Islands consist of four islands, St Croix, St Thomas, St John and Water island, and are the easternmost extension of the Greater Antilles.
St John consists of lush vegetation and rolling hills that meet the
beautiful, crystal clear and turquoise blue Caribbean sea. Two-thirds of the 20 square miles is national
park and has been preserved. There are only about 4500 residents on the
island. Beaches are uncrowded, many with no people at all.
St John is one of the most beautiful and relaxing islands in the world and you are still technically in the United States because St John is one of several U.S. Territories.
The water is warm all year and the surrounding coves, reefs and islands offer some of the best diving and snorkeling in the world. St John also has several scenic hiking hiking trails that guide you through the thick foliage and along side the stunning turquoise waters of the Caribbean.
St John's weather is warm all year long. Since the island sits in the middle of a hurricane highway and is often affected by summer storms, there are better times of the year to visit. While the stormy season can often see beautiful days, you will want to understand the weather better before making your vacation plans.
One of the things that makes St John Caribbean vacations so special is that it is not as easy to get to as some of the surrounding islands such as St Thomas. This is no airport or cruise ship terminal. You arrive by boat or ferry from one of the other nearby islands.
Most people fly into the main airport on St Thomas or arrive via cruise ship in the main city of Charlotte Amalie. Once you are on the island you can take a passenger ferry or car ferry to St John. Learn more about the best way to navigate between the islands.
Take a look at one of these live streaming webcams of St John and the Virgin Islands. They are also perfect for checking out the current weather conditions.