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Eco-Friendly St. John

Two-thirds of St. John is protected from development as part of the Virgin Islands National Park—and the island's eco-resorts range from basic to luxurious.

Destinations: St. John · Cruz Bay

Hotels (3)

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    Westin Resort & Villas, St. John

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    Maho Bay Camps

    Thirty-five years ago, before “green” became a de rigueur byword in hotel design, Maho Bay Camps was established when a clutch of permanent platfor

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    Caneel Bay, a Rosewood Resort

    Waterfront cottages fronting 7 separate beaches on a former sugar plantation in Virgin Islands National Park, with one of the Caribbean's best well

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Restaurants (2)

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    Woody's Seafood Saloon

    Residents love Woody’s Seafood Saloon, good for conch fritters and cold beer. There are often more patrons than can fit into the small space, so yo

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    Asolare

    While the food at the Pan-Asian restaurant is good—dumplings, noodles, seared and grilled fish dishes—the main draw is the hilltop view of Cruz Bay

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Activities (2)

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    Trunk Bay

    The beach is wildly popular, but first-time visitors shouldn’t miss the snorkeling trail managed by the National Park Service, with plaques on the

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    Honeymoon Beach

    The beach can only be reached by hiking from Caneel Bay or Cruz Bay, so it’s rarely crowded.

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Similar Trips (2)

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  • Spa Resorts of the Caribbean

    Providenciales, St. John, All of Anguilla

    Couples suites, indoor and outdoor treatment rooms, yoga retreats and hydrating facials are offered in the Caribbean's top spa resorts. Gorgeous views, blissful peace and attentive staff are bound

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  • Sailboat Charter and Spa in the British Virgin Islands

    St. John, British Virgin Islands, Tortola, White Bay

    In less than a week you can hike Mount Sage on Tortola, snorkel in Virgin Gorda's Baths, and sip a rum punch at Jost Van Dyke Island's Soggy Dollar bar.—then find your land legs at Caneel Bay Resor

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