| Things to do in St. John

Mangroves, coral reefs, tropical fish and dolphin habitats are just the beginning of the incredible sights waiting to be seen when you book a trip to St. John. This beautiful destination is filled with bold colors, amazing wildlife and endless opportunities for adventure. Within the protected National Forests, stretches of white sand beaches and incredible options for dining, shopping and nearly everything in between, it’s not hard to see why travelers return to St. John year after year. While the summer is a sensational season when you’re excited about high-energy getaways and winter is sure to wipe away thoughts of the cold and snow, a St. John vacation in the fall is a fantastic time to make the most of the scenery while keeping far from the crowds that peak during the high travel season.

Maho Beach Without the Crowds

While it’s one of the most beautiful beaches St. John enjoys year-round, a trip to this island destination in the fall means enjoying the sand and gentle surf that’s perfect for snorkeling without having to contend with many other visitors. Home to a large collection of sea turtles, visiting Maho Beach in the fall season is an exciting way to experience up-close encounters with marine life that tend to be more plentiful when their human counterparts are down in numbers. Grab a snorkel mask and make your way to Maho Beach when your travels bring you to St. John between September and October.

Private Boat Charters are Yours for the Picking

An off-season jaunt to the island of St. John also means maximizing time on the water with your choice of chartered boat services. Seas the Day Charters and Tours provides a fantastic half or full-day tour charter options when you’re looking to get out on the waves and explore the waters around the island in style. Combine your chartered experience with snorkeling, diving or swimming while your certified captain is happy to provide an insightful narrative on the history, landscape and preservation efforts that keep these waters in pristine condition for people and marine creatures alike.

Relish Time on Reef Bay Trail

St. John has long been known and loved for its maze of trails that take hiking enthusiasts across rugged and breathtaking landscapes. When you visit in the fall, fewer hikers means more time to indulge in the beauty and serene calm provided on some of the most popular routes including Reef Bay Trail. Lace-up your boots and hit the 2.5-mile hiking trail that comes complete with beach, forest and waterfall views combined with discoveries of petroglyphs along the way.

Book a St. John Stay Today

Whether you make your way to the island in the fall or any other time of year, the team at Cimmaron St. John is here to make your stay unforgettable. Let us book you into a beautiful island vacation rental that’s sure to please. Contact us today for more information and to start planning!

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