St. John is the smallest and perhaps most pristine of the U.S. Virgin Islands, with the majority of the island preserved in a beautiful national park; it is a natural paradise that attracts tourists in droves each year. Keep in mind there is no airport on the island, so you'll need to book your St. John flights into Cyril E. King Airport (STT) on the neighboring island of St. Thomas. Don't worry, they're only a few miles apart!
If you'd like to spend an evening in St. Thomas (hey, as long as you're there!), there are plenty of hotels close to STT in nearby Charlotte Amalie. Once you get off your flight to St. John at STT, you'll want to make your way to either Charlotte Amalie or Red Hook, where you can catch a public ferry or a water taxi. It's a short drive to either of these ports, and you can easily grab a cab or even rent a car near the airport. Keep in mind that car barges only depart from Red Hook. Be sure to arrive at the boat launch at least fifteen minutes before departure, just to be safe. When you make it to St. John, you'll find a variety of St. John hotels right in Cruz Bay within a short walk from the ferry. Settle in at the hotel, and ready yourself for a day on the water (such a hard life!). Snorkel in the entrancing reefs, rent a boat, or just sit back on the sand with a piña colada and enjoy the sounds of calypso drifting along the beach.
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