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    Trunk Bay Beach on St. John

    by saraheg77 Written Jul 26, 2004

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    Favorite thing: Trunk Bay beach was the only beach I visited on St. John, but it was absolutely beautiful! I think it is high on the list of most beautiful beaches in the world, and I could see why! It wasn't too crowded, so it seemed like a great beach to go and just relax on.

    Fondest memory: I had my first snorkeling experience here on St. John, and it was much fun, but we didn't see a whole lot of fish, so it may not be the ideal place to snorkel if you're really hoping to see lots of different types of beautiful fish.

    Also, I just used a disposable underwater camera to take pictures, so you probably need a better camera to get some really good underwater pictures.

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    Annaberg Plantation and Estate.

    by Upstate1NY Updated Aug 28, 2004

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    Favorite thing: A nice placve to visit, especially if you have kids, Annaberg Plantation and Estate
    check the WEB site:

    http://www.usvitourism.vi/en/welcome/Multimedia_Gallery.html

    and

    http://www.stjohnbeachguide.com/Annaberg.htm

    for additional sites of interest on all three US Virgin Islands.

    screen capture form the www.usvitourism.vi WEBsite
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    Leinster Bay / Waterlemon Cay

    by arissat Written Sep 22, 2003

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    Favorite thing: This was a great place to snorkel. Water boots needed here, since the beach is rocky. We were there to see the starfish that are supposed to be there everywhere, however while going around the cay, we went to a school of jelly fish, what made us scared so we had to swim back. We were supposed to go back, but a flat tire made us go back to St. Thomas earlier as planned.

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    Hawknest Beach

    by arissat Written Sep 20, 2003

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    Favorite thing: The water at Hawknest is clear and inviting. This beach has good parking and is easily accessed from the road. Hawknest is a National Park Beach. There is a covered picnic area on the beach. The beach is lined with sea grape trees, which is perfect for getting a little shade

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    Trunk Bay

    by arissat Updated Sep 22, 2003

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    Favorite thing: Beautiful clear waters and nice white sand has made Trunk Bay one of the most popular beaches among visitors. Very famous for its underwater snorkeling trail, however not the best snorkeling place. The corals were partially destroyed and not too many fishes. Interesting only for the trail. You can rent snorkel gear on the beach. Trunk Bay is a National Park Beach and there is an admission charge from 8am-4pm of $4.

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    Weather

    by lalubug Updated Jul 16, 2012

    Favorite thing: The hottest part of the year in the Caribbean is September and October. Coral Bay is a lovely part of the island to relax. Coral Bay is about a 30 minute drive from the town of Cruz Bay where you will arrive by ferry from St. Thomas. There is a 30% chance of rain daily. Sometimes it shows up and sometimes it doesn't. Hurricane season is June 1st thru November 30th. Currently July has just produced a couple of tropical waves which produce a thunderstorm.

    Fondest memory: St. John has the best beaches in the Virgin Islands. White sand, turquoise waters and protected bays provide easy snorkelling and swimming.

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