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Explore St. John

Salt Pond Bay

While the list of beautiful destinations to visit is bound to be long, make sure to add Salt Pond Bay to the itinerary before you arrive.

Travelers who come to St. John with the intent of hitting up the best trails will want to make their way to Salt Pond Bay as a starting point for many amazing treks.
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Salomon Bay

Salomon Bay is known and well-loved for the peace and tranquility it provides. Because it’s only accessible by trail, there’s something wonderful about the quiet you earn once the trail reaches its end. If you’re a family that loves to hike, this is the ideal beach to spend a day soaking up the sun after you’ve completed your trek.
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Mongoose Junction

When it comes to entertainment, dining, and shopping in island style, there’s no place better to do it all than Mongoose Junction. Situated near Cruz Bay, Mongoose Junction on St. John finds itself in a vibrant and exciting neighborhood, making it the ideal place to swing by for travelers looking to indulge in some shopping and savory delights.
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Reef Bay Trail

Hiking enthusiasts will find just the right balance of challenge and reward when they take to Reef Bay Trail on the island of St. John. It’s rugged terrain and unbeatable vistas make this trail one worth trekking every visit you make to this beautiful destination.
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Little Lameshur Bay

Little Lameshur Bay is made up of a gorgeous, rugged coastline easily identified by dramatic and rock-lined shores. It’s settled on the southern end of St. John and includes a collection of green hills and brilliant blue waters, making it a vibrant and scenic destination for those visitors who love to indulge in the view while capturing those moments on camera too.
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Caneel Hill Spur Trail

This trail connects the LIND POINT TRAIL near Honeymoon Beach with the CANEEL HILL TRAIL. The trail is 0.8 miles in length and gains about 300 feet of altitude. It crosses route 20 near the entrance to the National Park Housing at Lind Point where there is parking for about four vehicles near the trail at the beginning of the road.

This trail is used primarily by hikers on their way to HONEYMOON BAY or as a means to get to the Caneel Hill Trail from the hotel at Caneel Bay.

Coral Bay

While the quaint village atmosphere offers up plenty of opportunities for shopping, Coral Bay is an incredible place to visit when you’re looking to make flavorful memories in St. John. A collection of beachside restaurants and inland establishments serve up everything from plates featuring global infusion to traditional fare.
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America Hill

The America Hill ruins sit atop a lush vantage point that makes itself visible from both Maho Bay and Francis Bay respectively.
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Bordeaux Mountain Trail

While the Bordeaux Mountain Trail is accessible to hikers of all ages and abilities, its steep and rocky terrain makes it more suitable for semi-experienced to advanced hikers and the proper footwear is always required to take on this challenging path.
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Cinnamon Bay

Whether you’re here for a weekend or have weeks to spare, a trip to Cinnamon Bay in St. John is well worth the effort. Cinnamon Bay is known as the longest beach on the island and is a popular place for locals and visitors as it provides ample opportunity to settle in and enjoy the view without having to feel the effects of the crowds.
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