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Cruz Bay Ferry Dock, Saint John, United States Virgin Islands

Cruz Bay Ferry Dock is located in a natural harbor, on the western side of Saint John Island, part of the US Virgin Islands. The main town on Saint John, Cruz Bay offers numerous restaurants, shops and entertainment options. About 60 percent of the territory is occupied by the Virgin Islands National Park, with lush forests, historic plantation ruins, pristine beaches and coral reefs. The park is well developed and tourists can easily explore the historical sites, the lovely beaches and the 22 trails. The top points of interest areTrunk Bay and its plantation ruins, Cinnamon Bay and Annaberg Plantation. Trunk Bay, consistently voted the best beach on the island, has a self-guiding snorkeling trail marked by underwater signs that identify coral and marine life. Most of the beaches are located on the north coast like Francis Bay, Hawksnest, Honeymoon Beach and Leinster/Watermelon Bay, but there are a few beaches on the south shore too including the beautiful Salt Pond Bay.


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Attractions in Saint John

Saint John is one of the islands belonging to the archipelago called the Virgin Islands. It lies in the Caribbean Sea and from an administrative point of view it belongs to the unincorporated territory of the United States. Although it is the smallest island in this archipelago, Saint John is a famous touristic destination that attracts hundreds of travelers from all over the world.

The most prominent settlement on this island is Cruz Bay. The complex ecosystem and natural treasures of the island have turned it into a protected area; more than half of Saint John’s territory belongs to the Virgin Islands National Park. Most tourists come to Saint John to hike or enjoy the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea where they can dive, perform kitesurfing, snorkeling and explore the area.

The first inhabitants of the island were an Indian tribe called the Taíno. They were followed by another tribe, the Arawak, and the Caribs. The islan... more info