St John has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world
Stops on the tour include the Annaberg Ruins
Check out the Annaberg Plantation.
This luxury hideaway is accessible only by boat or ferry.
Relax on Trunk Bay Beach for 3 hours of beach time.
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Pick-up at both cruise ports in St. Thomas
National Park fees
Hotel/port pickup and drop-off
Food and drinks
Gratuities - recommended
Round trip ferry tickets to St. John
What you can expect
Beautiful mountain vistas, historical sites and views of pristine white sand beaches are part of your island tour. St. John is unparalleled from the other Virgin Islands because its protected by the National Park Service. You will tour through North Shore Road to the historic Danish Sugar Plantation at Annaberg. As the former playground of the Rockefellers and many celebrities, St John has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world with turquoise water and tropical foliage. Stops on the tour include the Annaberg Ruins, one of St John’s premier historic sites. Then check out the Annaberg Plantation, a partially restored sugarcane factory.
Next it is on to the Caneel Bay overlook - Caneel Bay was discovered by Laurance Rockefeller while sailing on a family cruise. This luxury hideaway is accessible only by boat or ferry and its beaches are widely considered to be among the best in the world. Relax in the sand, soak up the rays and rent snorkel gear to explore the underwater world. See the well-preserved coral reef and the schools of tropical fish flitting about. Relax on Trunk Bay Beach for 3 hours of beach time.