St. John

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St. John — Laid back and lovely, St. John's heart lies in its Virgin Islands National Park. Visitors come for the sunning, snorkeling, and scuba diving as well as hikes in the park. While some guests opt for a hotel, campground, or guesthouse, others prefer one of the hundreds of villas that dot the hillsides.

Why Go

For refuge in Virgin Islands National Park, where the main agenda is kicking back, snorkeling, and scuba diving.

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Westin St. John Offers $100 Resort Credit to Guests Who Volunteer

February 21, 2012 by Paul Eisenberg

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February 17, 2012 by Stephanie Johnnidis

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