Welcome to St. John
Two-thirds of St. John is a national park.
St. John is a tranquil island: two-thirds of it has been designated a national park. Visitors can take a guided tour of this island sanctuary with a Park Ranger. A common sight here is the brown pelican, which has been listed on the endangered species list in many countries throughout the world. Trunk Bay beach is one of St. John's most photographed beaches and is a popular snorkeling spot. The National Park Service has laid out snorkeling trail here and as one would expect it is a popular snorkeling and scuba diving spot. The island's northwestern area is lush rainforest.