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St. John

Listed under Islands in British Virgin Islands.

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Most of St. John is part of the Virgin Islands National Park. The beaches and bays are renowned for their stunning beauty, and the diving and snorkelling are world-class.

Written by  Mike Lyvers.

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“Underwater St. John”

St. John has fantastic snorkelling. The best spots require either a hike or a boat to reach. The effort is rewarded by some of the finest coral gardens you'll find anywhere. Read more...

Written by  Mike Lyvers.

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