When visiting St. Thomas many tourists spend the day on neighboring island St. John. The island is largely held as a National Park and preserved undeveloped. Trunk Bay, in particular, is a destination for tanning and snorkeling. It is labeled as one of the ten most beautiful beaches in the world by National Geographic. The easiest way to get to St. John is by ferry. The terminal is clear, offers restrooms and the price to cruise over is only $6 each way. It seems that many people land in St. Thomas, make their way to Red Hook and ferry over to St. John for the week. This island is about 2/3 the size of St. Thomas and much less built up.
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