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St john bvi

Discussion in 'Caribbean Ports' started by tasha1, Jan 3, 2010.

  1. tasha1

    tasha1 Active Member

    We will be in st thomas march 2 on explorer of the seas. We have been to st thomas many times so we would like to find an excursion to st john. Does anyone know of any tours that we might be able to book?
     
  2. bob

    bob Chief Engineer Staff Member

    check out Shoretrips, they are well respected, our Cruise Addicts group cruise leaders have used them on occasion with good results.

    http://www.shoretrips.com/common/search2.asp?rcode=CAR

    Also there will probably be something offered by the cruiseline as well so check out the excursion section on their website as well.
     
  3. Corky

    Corky Well-Known Member

    You can catch the Charlotte Amalie ferry and take it over to St. John. This ferry is in downtown STT and takes longer to get to STJ, vs taking a cab all of the way to Red Hook and then a much short ferry to STJ.

    The National Park Service offers a hike to the Petroglyphs and then a small boat ride back to Cruz Bay. This is a nice day.

    Or, once you land in Cruz Bay you can take a hike to Honeymoon Beach. Stop on the way and pick up a sandwich and drinks and spend the day at a Beautiful beach.

    and, while there, Best to also stop at St. John Spice Company at the Cruz Bay dock before catching the ferry back to STT, and buy some Nice hand mixed spices. Ruth and Ron also have teas and coffee, sauces, jams, pepper relishes, and other island flavored and favored items. Not to be missed!!

    Enjoy!!

    Oooooooops!!! The above is for St. John USVI and not St. Johns in the BVI.
     
    Last edited: Jan 4, 2010
  4. Jeanie

    Jeanie Well-Known Member

    Corky, great information. We did the same thing
     
  5. Corky

    Corky Well-Known Member

    Jeanie - I Love St. John USVI...love it, love it, love it. It is so easy to get around, if you have a car. When we stayed there we rented a Jeep. You drive on the left...which was a lot easier than I thought it was going to be. :)
     

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