St. John may be the smallest of the Virgin Islands, but it is widely recognized as the most beautiful. The Virgin Islands National Park makes up approximately two thirds of the island, and preserves its natural beauty. Buy or rent a St. John timeshare so you can make the most of this tropical paradise. With a U.S. Virgin Islands timeshare, your family will enjoy a comfortable home away from home. Explore the untouched beauty of St. John every year, as well as great restaurants and shops.
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Also referred to as "Love City," St. John is one of the most desirable vacation destinations in the world. Whether you travel to this island paradise every year or you're looking for a peaceful escape, a timeshare in St. John will make your vacation perfect. When you buy a St. John timeshare, you'll avoid costly hotels. Timeshare resorts typically offer more spacious accommodations and better amenities, so you'll get more for your dollar. Search our inventory of St. John timeshares to find the perfect one for you.
Owning a St. John timeshare will also allow you to budget your time. There is no need to rush around and try to fit every activity into one week. You can relax and truly enjoy your St. John vacation knowing you'll be back next year.
The Westin St. John Resort and Villas is an elegant St. John timeshare resort. From the moment you enter the resort, you'll be impressed by its cathedral ceilings and marble flooring. Guests also enjoy a quarter-mile-long, palm-shaded pool. The resort is also centrally located near some of the island's best restaurants and beaches.
Whether you're looking for relaxation, adventure, or a combination of both, you can find it on a St. John vacation. Learn about the history of the island. Take in beautiful sites of the Virgin Islands National Park and dive among colorful marine life. St. John is the ultimate island getaway.
St. John may be an island paradise, but it also has a rich culture and history. Visit the Annaberg Sugar Plantation Ruins and go back to the year 1780, when the plantation produced sugar, molasses, and rum. You can even explore the ruins of the old windmill or watch a cultural demonstration.
Visitors should also be sure to check out the Reef Bay Trail and petroglyphs. This is the most popular trek in the Virgin Islands National Park, beginning on Centerline Road and extending 937 feet into a shady forest. On your hike, you'll witness remains of four sugar estates and ancient petroglyph rock carvings.
Families on vacation in St. John will enjoy the Pastory Gardens. This site includes an 18-hole miniature golf course with 40- to 60-foot putting greens, a botanical garden, and a restaurant. Of course, everyone can enjoy the duty-free shopping at areas like Mongoose Junction and Wharfside Village.
The beaches on St. John are said to be some of the most beautiful in the world. Water sports are abundant at Cinnamon Bay, where you can snorkel, windsurf, and kayak. You can also explore the old beachfront Danish building or stroll along the Cinnamon Bay trail.
St. John is also an ideal diving location for divers of all experience levels. The clear waters are home to over 500 species of fish, 40 types of coral, and hundreds of invertebrates. Swim among bright blue tang, spiny Caribbean lobster, and spotted eagle rays.
The Tourist Trap is a favorite of visitors and locals alike. Located right next to Salt Pond, the Tourist Trap draws beach traffic and locals who are on lunch break or just hanging out. The owner, Larry, is known as a great host and serves up high-quality casual food and drink.
If you're traveling to St. John to find some peace and quiet, visit the island's small town of Coral Bay. Many locals live here and it is quieter than busy Cruz Bay. Coral Bay has fewer businesses and smaller crowds. Sticky Fingers is a casual restaurant that serves great barbecue and is a neighborhood favorite.
Although St. John is a small island, you won't be able to walk everywhere. You can rent a car, but remember that they drive on the left side of the road in the Virgin Islands. Taxis are also available; however, they can get expensive. The bus is an inexpensive mode of transportation and will drop you off at whichever destination you request.
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