St. John is a tranquil island in the Caribbean, perfect for your escape. Two thirds of the island are a national park, so expect to discover an abundant flora and fauna. A common sight is the brown pelican, which in many countries around the world has been listed as an endangered species.
One of the most famous beaches on the island is Trunk Bay. It's also the most photographed and popular as a good snorkeling spot.
There are plenty of activities you can choose from, which are very diverse considering the island's size. Most people know of St. John's, Virgin Islands, for its natural beauty, but there is more to this tiny land mass than just forests.
Although all beaches on the island are open to the public, sometimes the land to access them is private. Still there are enough pristine sandy strips around that you might be able to find one all to yourself.
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