Although the smallest of all four islands with more than half of its land preserved as a national park, St. John is the nature lover’s dream. Comprising five main quarters the island is made up of Coral Bay, Maho Bay, Reef Bay, East End and Cruz Bay where the majority of the year round residents reside. Much like St. Thomas, St. John has a large range of vacation homes with their owners residing on the mainland.
Pristine waterfront views and crystal clear beaches such as Cinnamon Bay boasts local vendors selling handmade crafts and soft sandy shores while Hurricane Hole on the eastern side of the island preserves precious corals and mangroves. Cruz Bay comes alive in the nighttime as restaurants and bars keep the beat going in what some may call the heart of the USVI.