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  • 1

    Magens Bay

    57 reviews

    About 20 minutes from Sea~N~Islands, VRBO #496862. A must see and it's just Long arched beach, very calm waters, lots of amenities and picnic tables.

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  • 2

    Mahogany Run Golf Course

    36 reviews

    Designed by world-renowned architects George and Tom Fazio and opened in 1980, the 6000 yard, Par 70 Mahogany Run Golf Course attracts thousands of visitors each year – golfers and non-golfers, celebrities, and Presidents alike – to its challenging fairways and lush greens. Carved from Blue-Bit stone, the course is nestled between the scenic hills and breathtaking shoreline of St. ...

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  • 3

    Trunk Bay

    26 reviews

    St. John's most photographed and visited beach. Perfect for the novice snorkeler with it's underwater snorkel trail. Lifeguards, showers and a snack bar. Best people watching.

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  • 4

    Coki Beach

    28 reviews

    Spend the day at one of the nicest beaches. Clear water with many fish to see for the snorkelers, eat fried fish caught that day at Petra's shack, and enjoy a cold drink on the sand. Visit Coral World next to the beach and see all the turtles, fish, sharks and rays and much more in their aquariums.

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  • 5

    Cane Bay

    22 reviews

    Must visit Virgin Kayak for a night time kayak tour of the Bioluminescent area of the Salt River. Jill and Brian Updyke of Virgin Kayak Tours do a fabulous night tour....everytime you put your oar in the water it lights up.....also you can see sunken ships. The dynoflagellates are amazing and light up with a spectrum of colors... There are ...

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  • 6

    St. John

    17 reviews

    I suggest Visiting St John. You are only a 1/2 mile from the ferry dock located in the charming area of Red Hook. It is a fast trip approximately 20 minutes and once you arrive you are in the town of Cruz Bay. Everything is an easy walk! Great restaurants, bars, and boutique shops. I suggest that you make dinner ...

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  • 7

    Cinnamon Bay Beach

    16 reviews

    Very wild beach with white sand and turquoise water. It is quite long but not so wide, with palms very close to the sea. For lovers of camping there is a camping area just at the back, also with permanent tents ( not so clean....maybe I wouldn't try them......) but... What a dream to wake up in the morning and ...

  • 8

    Salt River Bay National Historical Park and Ecological Preserve

    15 reviews

    Book a biolumescent ecological kayak tour at night with Jill and Brian Updyke of Virgin Kayak tours ....a must!!

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  • 9

    Cane Bay Beach

    13 reviews

    AWESOME beach. Everything you need for a full day at the beach. Diving, different restaurants, powder sand and beautiful blue waters.

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  • 10

    Drake’s Seat

    14 reviews

    Experience a bit of history as you sit where Drake watched over Magens Bay for the approaching fleet to show.

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  • 11

    Point Udall

    14 reviews

    Point Udahl is a must see the cliffs look over the ocean and this is the most easterly spot in the United States. As you drive to the Point you will pass trails that will take you down to many secluded beaches that offer great snorkeling..

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  • 12

    U.S. Virgin Islands National Park

    13 reviews

    Covering about two-thirds of the island, the National Park is what St. John is all about!

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  • 13

    Bolongo Bay Beach

    14 reviews

    Bolongo Bay is a small hotel, locally owned by the same family forever. It isn't the Ritz but, I like to stay in small hotels, locally owned, they have a great staff, really good food at the Lobster Grille and the best beach bar in the Caribbean. Some of the rooms have been remodeled and they are comfortable. People have ...

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  • 14

    Buck Island Reef National Monument

    12 reviews

    A must see when traveling to STX. Mile Mark is the best to get there.

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  • 15

    99 Steps

    15 reviews

    Historical, in town. Not for the faint of heart... count the steps as you go. Are there 99, or ?

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  • 16

    St. Peter Mountain Greathouse & Botanical Gardens

    12 reviews

    A cozy place to stop for happy hour and take breath taking photos.

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  • 17

    Lindquist Beach

    12 reviews

    For an uncrowded beach try this. Since it is a new beach, most people don't know about it. Not as smooth and sandy as Magen's but very pleasant.

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  • 18

    Reef Bay Trail & Petroglyphs

    12 reviews

    Fascinating downhill trip. Make a reservation at the National Park Office and they take you out to the trail and then you don't have to take your car. At the end of the downhill walk, they pick you up in a boat and take you back to Cruz Bay.

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  • 19

    Yacht Haven Grande

    13 reviews

    Great place to shop!

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  • 20

    Carambola Golf Club

    11 reviews

    Excellent Golf course in a country setting.

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