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Local Attractions

With 60% of its land area comprising a pristine national park, St. John is as far away as you can get from civilization, but still be just a short distance from upscale jewelry stores and boutiques. A visit to St. John is a must for those seeking true escape.

National Park

Virgin Islands National Park’s hills, valleys and beaches are breath-taking. Additionally,  within its 7,000 plus acres, the  island of St. John offers an intriguing and complex history dating back more than a thousand years.
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Trunk Bay

One of the Virgin Islands National Park's most famous attractions is Trunk Bay, which sports a white sand beach and underwater snorkeling trail. The park includes the sugar-plantation-ruins-littered Cinnamon Bay Nature Trail and the Bourdeaux Mountain Trail that leads to the highest point on the island at 1,277 feet (389 m) above sea level, and whose view is best described as "what you must see from heaven." Learn more >

Hart Bay

The beach at Hart Bay consists of a long strand of sand and coral rubble fringed by sea grape, beach maho, and mangrove trees. There is often breaking surf and strong breezes. The water near shore is shallow with grass and algae growing over the sand. Hart Bay Beach is a great picnic beach that is not usually crowded and  offers spectacular views and fresh, invigorating air.
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Chocolate Hole

Chocolate Hole offers great opportunities for snorkeling—look for conch, turtles, rays and juvenile fish in the thick seagrass bed lying just offshore of the beach. Near the point on the east side of the bay lies a fringing reef where you can observe larger fish as well some corals and other invertebrates.
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