This year we completed revised and updated
the popular St. John guidebook, “St. John Off the Beaten
In addition to all the information contained in the first editions,
you will now find the excellent “Trail Bandit Map, in its
entity and in enlarged detail for the individual trails. The new
edition also has more than 200 informational color photographs.
As well as trails, gut walks, shoreline scrambles and cool places
to visit, St John Off the Beaten Track contains information about
the beaches (both well-known and little-known), the best snorkeling
spots, the terrestrial, coastal and undersea environments, history,
culture, folktales and more.
Reading “St. John Off the Beaten Track” is 100% guaranteed
to enhance your enjoyment of beautiful St. John.
St. John Off The Beaten Track
First published in 1996, when St. John was a still sleepy island,
this updated version provides a respite from busy Cruz Bay. The
guide offers an insiders view into the quintessential St. John
with its hiking trails, scrambles and gut walks. Singer, a long
time island resident, provides a framework for reference with
lots of fast facts and an easy to read description of places
of interest, flora and fauna, amidst a well laid backdrop of
St. John’s rich history and island legend.
Virgin Voice, December 2006 January 2007