St. John is home to the Virgin Islands National Park. The Park offers over 20 hiking trails that vary in length, difficulty, scenery, and terrain. Some lead to the top of mountains, others to a beach, and some to ruins that offer a glimpse into the island’s history. Hiking is the most popular way to explore St. John. Take a hiking tour on St. John with a professional and knowledgeable guide. The experience will allow you to learn about the island’s natural resources and its history, while appreciating the beauty of St. John.

Guided Hiking Tours on St. John


National Park led Hikes on St. John

The National Park Service offers seasonal guided hikes of Reef Bay Trail, and a Bird Watching Hike at Francis Bay Trail. They are typically led by a ranger. The Reef Bay Trail hike is a popular choice. Reservations are strongly recommended on park led hikes. Contact the National Park Visitor’s Center on St. John for more information.

Go Hiking on St. John, on Your Own

You can explore the trails within the Virgin Islands National Park, St. John on your own as well. Visit Virgin Islands National Park Trails to see the various trails that are available. Trail descriptions are included. To help you explore St. John on your own a guidebook like St. John Off the Beaten Track is worth getting, and the Trail Bandit Map for St. John also a good choice.

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