Virgin Islands National Park
Scenic beauty may very well be the definition of the island of St. John. This gem of a locale nestled into the Caribbean Sea is part of a trio of islands that comes complete with gorgeous landscapes and thrilling terrain that has long called out to travelers from across the globe. From white sand beaches to turquoise waves and the foliage and flowers that dot the space in between, the mountains and hills of St. John are a captivating combination that’s hard to resist. Putting St. John a step above the rest is the fact that two-thirds of the island is a designated national park. Protected and preserved in pristine beauty, the Virgin Islands National Park is an oasis of thriving ecosystems that should definitely be experienced when you’re here to relax and unwind in style.
The Very Best of Nature Preserved
St. John is a getaway destination that calls to visitors to make the most of the sand and sun. While there’s ample opportunity to soak up the sun’s rays while lounging seaside, a visit to the US Virgin Islands National Park is one you won’t want to miss out on. As tourism and climate change leaves its mark, this national park’s purpose to preserve the natural history and ecosystems of the island is more important than ever. The story of inhabited St. John reaches back nearly 3,000 years into the past and the construction and maintenance of Virgin Islands National Park work to ensure that this history continues on for years to come.
Where Nature and Populations Collide
US Virgin Islands National Park consists of everything from coral reef systems to beaches and sugar mill ruins that speak to a fascinating architectural and economic island past. The park itself sprawls over 7,259 acres and creates a habitat for over 800 species of local plants. The waters that are embodied by the park are home to sea turtles and dolphins while the air belongs to migratory birds. When it comes to some of St. John’s most beautiful and popular beach destinations, many travelers are surprised to learn that they too fall within the jurisdiction of the park. Those who go to enjoy Cinnamon Bay Beach, Hawksnest Beach and Trunk Bay Beach will find themselves right in the heart of this protected land.
Enjoy St. John and Virgin Island National Park
Making the most of your time in St. John means having vacation accommodations to match your expectations. The team at Cimmaron St. John is here to make sure you’re booked into a beautiful vacation rental that keeps you close to those areas of the island you’re excited to explore! Contact us today for more information and to begin planning your tropical trip!