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Trees on the St John hillsides

4 Trees Native to St. John Reflect Island Ecology and Folklore

The Virgin Islands National Park covers two-thirds of the tiny tropical island of St. John.  The wooded hillsides within the Park are home to over 400 species of trees.  Among them are the following four native trees rich in island ecology and St. John folklore. St. John Trees Reflect Ecology and Folklore Mangrove Trees Mangroves read more

04/27/2017 Robin Conro No Comments Outdoor Recreation Things to do in St. John Trees of St. John US Virgin Islands
worship over Trunk Bay

Visit Historical Places of Worship on St. John or Find Your Own Spot in Nature for Thanksgiving

The beauty of the tiny island of St. John is undeniable.  Many St. John visitors and local folks alike find a quiet walk along an empty beach, or watching the sun rising or setting over the sea, to be spiritual experiences.   In the United States Virgin Islands, some of the oldest places of worship read more

04/06/2017 Robin Conro No Comments Relaxing Things to do in St. John US Virgin Islands Worship
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Why Booking a Vacation Rental Home with a Professional Property Manager is Better Than an Online Travel Agent

When planning your St. John getaway, you want to receive a personalized experience that can help you determine the accommodations and itinerary that best works for you! Most large OTAs, such as Homeaway, VRBO, Airbnb, etc., will provide you with limited basic information on available vacation rental properties but they cannot give you that special read more

12/30/2016 David Conro No Comments US Virgin Islands
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4 Reasons to Visit the Annaberg Sugar Plantation Ruins

For an afternoon spent exploring one of the best-conditioned plantation ruins on the island, find your way to Annaberg Sugar Plantation.  Named after Salomon Zeeger’s wife Anna, Annaberg Plantation was a leading producer of sugar, molasses, and rum back in the 1800’s.  Today, Annaberg Sugar Plantation is protected by the Virgin Islands National Park.  Here read more

03/04/2016 David Conro No Comments Outdoor Recreation Things to do in St. John US Virgin Islands