Here are some common questions related to the US Virgin Islands and St. John:
Cyril E. King Airport (STT) St. Thomas USVI
Ferry or barge out of Red Hook Marina. https://stjohnlinks.com/ferry-and-barges/
Taxi/shuttle van or rental car/jeep for car barge.
The ferry is 15 minutes and the barge is 40 minutes.
Refer to their website: https://stjohnlinks.com/ferry-and-barges/
St. John is the smallest of the 3 islands in the USVI. For U.S. citizens, you will not have to pay customs fees or require a passport. The island is about 8 miles long and 3 miles wide. They don’t have an airport, traffic light or any franchises. It’s like going back in time.
Swimming, hiking, snorkeling, scuba diving, kayaking, sup boarding, parasailing, boating, sailing, fishing and relaxing.
The beaches are pristine. Most of the island is part of the U.S. National Park and is undeveloped.
Endless summer! The average high during the winter months is 82°F with a low of 70°F. The average high in the summer months is 88°F.
You will need to leave about 4 1/2 hours before your departure flight to allow enough time to ferry and taxi.
They drive on the left in the Virgin Islands. Drive slow! Greet everyone with good morning, afternoon, evening etc. Then proceed. It’s frowned upon being in town with just your swimsuit on or shirtless so please wear a coverup or shirt! Please wear facial coverings if your toes are not in the sand as well (follow all CDC guidelines). St. John is a very polite and friendly Island please be respectful to everyone and everything!
Wear masks in public. Need to be covid tested 5 days from departure date. Enter your negative results via the USVI travel portal: https://usvitravelportal.com
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