About St. John

St. John is a tropical island paradise boasting countless powder white sand beaches, clear turquoise waters and lush green hills. At just nine miles long and three miles wide, St. John is the smallest and most idyllic of the U.S. Virgin Islands. Thanks in large part to the philanthropy of Laurance Rockefeller, two thirds of the island will forever remain the property of the U.S. National Park Service and therefore will never be developed.

St. John is the perfect place to relax and unwind. Guests enjoy spending the day catching some sun while napping or swimming along the quiet, postcard-perfect beaches, and the evening savoring world-class cuisine and local flavors, sipping piƱa coladas and listening to live island music mixed with the sound of singing tree frogs. Activities on the island range from snorkelling or diving untouched coral reefs, island-hopping on your chartered sailboat or yacht, and hiking tropical nature trails to experience archaeological ruins and unparalleled panoramic views.

The community of St. John is small and friendly (population 4,200) with an excellent reputation for safety. St. John is a U.S. territory, so United States citizens do not need a passport to visit, and the currency is the U.S. dollar. The temperature is summer-like year round, averaging 77 to 87 degrees, so be sure to pack your swim suit and sunscreen!

We look forward to hosting you on your Caribbean vacation!