At just 27 square miles, St. John, USVI, is a
tiny, three-by-nine-mile island gemstone, little brother to its two
U.S. Virgin Island larger siblings, St. Thomas, which is minutes to
the west and St. Croix, to the south. Together, the three main U.S.
Virgin Islands are a United States Territory, your very own
"American Caribbean," with all the security, safety and ease that
implies. With plenty of flights from the U.S. mainland, St. John
Island is an easy-to-get-to vacation hideaway of inviting, lush
emerald mountains, soft white coral sand beaches and a scuba divers'
and charter boaters' Shangri-la of stunning coral and aquamarine
waters. Two thirds of St. John Island, thanks to Laurence
Rockefeller's generosity in the 1950's, is actually the incredible
Virgin Islands National Park, which includes 5,600 acres of
off-shore marine areas. Many experienced vacationers and naturalists
see St. John as by far the most beautiful and striking of the U.S.
Virgin Islands. Truly, St. John beckons you to stay, play and live
here with us.