Cruz Bay / Chocolate Hole Bay - Beach Information
St John: the smallest and most idyllic of the three United States Virgin Islands, is best known for its many post card perfect white sand beaches, turquoise bays abounding in colorful corals and rainbows of tropical fish and endless vistas of lush green hills.
Only nine miles long and fours miles wide, two thirds of the island is the Virgin Islands National Park, so its spectacular beaches and untouched forests will remain that way for generations to come and be accessible to all. There are tours of the National Park by Jeep or Safari bus and hikes on spectacular trails led by Park Rangers who enrich the experience with talks on the island's history and geology. Only twenty minutes from St Thomas by convenient hourly ferry, St John is the peaceful, uncommercialized paradise island. It has no high-rise buildings, cruise ship docks or Airports.