9 Exciting Things to Do at Virgin Islands National Park


Virgin Islands National Park is a USA National Park covering two-thirds of St. John in the US Virgin Islands.

Trunk Bay is one of the most popular and beautiful beaches in the park, with clear turquoise water and soft white sand. 

Snorkel at Trunk Bay


Reef Bay is a scenic and secluded bay that can be reached by a moderate hike through the forest. 

Hike to Reef Bay


Annaberg Plantation is a historical site that tells the story of the sugar industry and enslaved labor on St. John.

Explore Annaberg Plantation


Hurricane Hole is a protected area of mangrove forests and coral reefs that offers a unique kayaking experience.

Kayak in Hurricane Hole


Cinnamon Bay is the largest and longest beach in the park, with plenty of space and facilities for visitors.

Relax at Cinnamon Bay


The Visitor Center is the best place to start your visit to the park, as it has maps, brochures, exhibits, and friendly staff who can answer your questions.

Visit the Visitor Center


Maho Bay is a peaceful and picturesque beach that offers camping options for visitors who want to stay overnight in the park.

Camp at Maho Bay


Hassel Island is a small island off the coast of St. Thomas that is part of the park.

Sail to Hassel Island


Leinster Bay is a prime spot for diving, as it has a variety of coral reefs, seagrass beds, and marine life.

Dive at Leinster Bay


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