St. John Travel Guide

St. John Sports & Activities

Uncover sports & activities in St. John with our insider's guide.

Boating and Sailing

If you're staying at a hotel, your activities desk will usually be able to help you arrange a sailing excursion aboard a nearby boat. Most day...

Diving and Snorkeling

Although just about every beach has nice snorkeling—Trunk Bay, Cinnamon Bay, and Waterlemon Cay at Leinster Bay get the most praise—you need...


Well-kept charter boats—approved by the U.S. Coast Guard—head out to the north and south drops or troll along the inshore reefs, depending on...

Guided Tours

In St. John, taxi drivers provide tours of the island, making stops at various sites, including Trunk Bay and Annaberg Plantation. Prices run...


Although it's fun to go hiking with a Virgin Islands National Park guide, don't be afraid to head out on your own. To find a hike that suits...

Horseback Riding

Carolina Corral. Clip-clop along the island's byways for a slower-pace tour of St. John. Carolina Corral offers horseback trips and wagon...

Sea Kayaking

Poke around crystal bays and explore undersea life from a sea kayak. Rates run about $110 for a full day in a double kayak. Tours start at ...


Cinnamon Bay Watersports. Steady breezes and expert instruction make learning to windsurf a snap. Try Cinnamon Bay Campground, where rentals...


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