Learn why St. John has the most
beautiful beaches in the world.
St. John offers numerous hiking
trails, scrambles and exploration opportuinities.
St. John Virgin Islands has a fascinating
history and culture starting from its fiery volcanic birth.
St. John was once the site of a
thriving Taino culture,
a lucrative plantation era based on sugar and slavery followed
by the subsistence economy of hard working and industrious small
farmers, artisans and fishermen.
Today, St. John, USVI is the home
of the Virgin Islands National Park and is one of the most "in" tourist
destinations of those in the know.
Follow this link for St. John Virgin
Islands cultural information. What was it like before tourism?
Read articles about the old days, fishing, music, bonfire, picking
salt, hunting crabs and diving conch. Find out why English is spoken
in these former Danish islands and why on St. John and in the Virgin
Islands we drive on the left. Also magic and obeah, St. John folklore,
music, poetry, stories and more.
Learn more about the environments of St. John Virgin Islands: beaches, forests, mountains and valleys,
guts, mangroves, salt ponds, coral reefs and sea grass beds. See
images of and read articles about the flora and fauna of St. John
and the Virgin Islands