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|Accommodations (23)||Activities/Tours (10)||Attractions (26)|
|Beaches (17)||Other/General (9)||Restaurants/Bars/Clubs (9)|
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This short trail leads to a scenic grassy flat overlook with an old sugar mill tower. A road/parking area just off of Northshore road is the beginning point of the short hike. (Distance 0.1 mile, Approximate Time: 10 minutes)
This trail starts 1.5 miles down the Reef Bay trail. Mysterious rock carvings are located at the end of the trail. In rainy season a small waterfall and stream run through the rocks; in dry season the stream becomes small brackish pools.(Distance: 0.2 miles, Approximate Time: 15 minutes)
This trail begins at the south end of Salt Pond Bay Beach. This rocky trail leads to a blue cobble beach and then leads back up the hillside to an overlook 200 feet above the Caribbean Sea. Use caution when walking near the edge of cliffs. (Distance: 1.0 miles, Approximate Time: 1 hours)
This trail begins on Centerline Road. The trail descends 937 feet through a shady forest. There is a variety of plant life to be seen while hiking. The visible remains of four sugar estates and a more recent farming community are found along the trail. The trail ends at the Reef Bay Plantation ruins near Genti Bay. (Distance: 2.2 miles, Approximate Time: 2 hour)
Sail Safaris offers the most unique tour on St John. Our small high performance beach cats let you "Go fast and get splashed" on our way to beautiful destinations off St John. Land right on the beach to explore and snorkel rarely visited coral reefs. Owner and captain, Han Winogrond, has a master's in environmental science. Learn reef ecology, beach plant communities and the life cycles of tropical birds while exploring uninhabited islands within...
Salomon is a small, lovely beach accessible only by trail, Lind Point Trail. As there is no road access the beach is often sparsely populated. Salomon is a great beach for enjoying a relaxing day. Good snorkeling is available at the rocky headland that extends into the water between Salomon and Honeymoon Bay. Although illegal in the Virgin Islands, nude sunbathing at Saloman Bay was once overlooked by authorities making it the unofficial nude...
Salt Pond Bay is a beautiful bay with amazingly clear water. The beach is often sparsely populated because it is a longer drive from Cruz Bay then most of the popular beaches, and requires a short 7-10 minute hike downhill once at the parking lot. You can continue hiking around a nearby salt pond toward the ocean on the Drunk Bay Trail. A longish swim to the middle of the bay to a set...
This trail begins at the parking area 3.9 miles south of Coral Bay. The trail leads down to Salt Pond Beach through cactus and scrubland. There is good snorkeling and swimming at this beach. This area is usually particularly hot and sunny. (Distance 0.2 mile, Approximate Time: 15 minutes)
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