Mongoose Junction has a cluster of attractive shops so does the Wharfside Village.
You can find resort wear and hand crafted items as well as the tacky t-shirt and shell jewlery.
What to buy: I bought gifts for my family as well as for myself.
It's the biggest grocery store in St. John.
What to buy: At Starfish Market you'll find groceries and liquors, but this market is located with some others stores, like a little mall. Don't expect to find big stores there...
This is not just one shop, it is the out door "mall" on St. John's. It has everything a tourist could be looking for. It also houses many places to eat and to sit and relax while enjoying its setting in semi-jungle like surroundings.
What to buy: T-shirts, usual tourist items, food, island specialties (art, sculptures, customs, etc.)
What to pay: It can be a little pricey, but the stuff to buy is absolutely gorgeous.
St. John offers a diverse selection of art, clothing and jewelry from local artists. You can find gold and silver jewelry, locally designed furniture and one of a kind shirt art.
What to buy: Mongoose Junction
What to pay: Unique items for unique prices.
Take the ferry from Cruz Bay to Charlotte Amalie and cross the street to find the best duty free shopping in the caribbean.
What to buy: You will find tourist shops, jewelry shops, liquor shops, clothing shops, linen shops, artwork and much more.
What to pay: You will pay less than mainland prices and tax free if you stay within limits.
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Maho Bay, off North Shore Rd, PO Box 310, , 00831, Caribbean