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St. John Beaches. What are the best St. John Beaches?

Go paddleboarding on St. John

Another great thing to do on St. John is Paddleboarding. Whatever your interest or level of experience, St. John will have the perfect place to paddle for you and in times of a pandemic, paddleboarding is the perfect social distancing sport…. Continue Reading →

Salt Pond Beach, St. John, USVI

Salt Pond Beach at St. John’s East End is is not as easily accessible as the North Shore Beaches, so it has a slightly different feel to it, it is a long drive from Cruz Bay and a relatively long… Continue Reading →

Maho Bay Beach – St. John

Maho Beach on St. John’s Northshore is another great beach. The water is usually calm and it is nicely protected from the wind. It is usually the calmest spot on the North Shore and  a great spot for families with… Continue Reading →

Francis Bay Beach – St John

Francis Bay is one of the longest beaches on St. John. It is usually less crowded than the other beaches. With a bit of a walk, you will always find a private spot. The water is very calm (little waves)… Continue Reading →

Hawksnest Beach – St John

One of my favorite beaches on St. John is Hawksnest. It is not too long of a drive from Cruz Bay (little under 2 miles from Mongoose Junction), parking is close to the beach and the palm trees and watercolor is… Continue Reading →

St. John Beaches: Trunk Bay

Trunk Bay is St. John’s most famous beach. It is one of the most photographed beaches in the world (since it has a strip of sand that juts out of the coast, giving it a heart-shaped edge) and regularly makes it… Continue Reading →

St. John Beaches

St. John has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. And St. John beaches are almost all in the National Park, so they are protected from development. They regularly make it into the top 10 lists of various… Continue Reading →

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