US Virgin Islands: Saint John Professional Review and Guide
"St. John is the smallest, the least populated, and the least developed of the three main Virgins. And, as the United States Virgin Islands National Park covers about 55% of the island, it will remain so for many years to come. The national park makes St. John the nature lover’s walking paradise of the USVI. Marked and maintained trails wind their way along the coastline by mangrove thickets, onto pebbled beaches, and out to rocky overlooks.
Other trails go into the mountains through the rich vegetation of moist and dry tropical forests and up to summits for rewarding views of the Caribbean Sea, the USVI, and the nearby BVI. With nearly 10,000 acres to explore, it is almost impossible to feel crowded on St. John. On many trails, and a few of the beaches, you can go for days without seeing anyone."