St. John

Experience the Best of St. John in the Virgin Islands National Park. The Virgin Islands National Park on St. John is rich and complicated in its cultural history and in its role as a tropical ecosystem. It offers endless exploration and nature at its most spectacular. The area became a National Park in 1956 when Laurence Rockefeller donated the land surrounding his resort on Caneel Bay. As a result, it is one of the most undisturbed regions in the Caribbean. The clear water and sandy beaches are breathtaking. Truly a slice of paradise.

Honeymoon Beach

Experience one of the best beaches in the Virgin Islands National Park at exclusive Caneel Bay Resort's Honeymoon Beach on St. John's North Shore, only one mile from Cruz Bay.

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Caneel Bay

Kayak, Hike & Snorkel in beautiful Caneel Bay on St. John! Explore the best that St. John has to offer above and below the water in the beautiful Virgin Islands National Park, which serves the backdrop for this wonderful trip. Within its borders lie protected bays of crystal blue-green waters teeming with coral reef life.

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Henley Cay

Henley Cay is a tropical and tranquil uninhabited cay inside Virgin Islands National Park. Relax on a sandy beach and watch seabirds and scenic views of Caneel Bay and Honeymoon Beach.

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The Lind Point Trail

Listen as your guide tells you about the island’s history and island trivia! Stop at the scenic overlook for a view of Cruz Bay and St. Thomas before you descend the trail to one of St. John’s most beautiful beaches, Honeymoon Beach.

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