The smallest of the three United States Virgin Islands, St. John is known as the emerald isle as over half the island is a national park. Soak in the natural landscape and hike the Reef Bay trail. It's famous for its breathtaking viewpoints and waterfalls. St. John is also blessed with crystal clear waters and pristine beaches. Two island favorites are Trunk Bay and Honeymoon Beach. When you're not relaxing on the beach, try some of the many water activities. There's everything from snorkeling and scuba diving around the coral reefs to kayaking the Caneel Bay. No matter what you choose, you're sure to find paradise on your St. John honeymoon.
Things You Should Know
|Time Zone:||AST (no DST)|
|Entry Requirements:||Valid passport|
|Best Times to Visit:||November through May|
St. John Honeymoons
With its Caribbean weather, romantic atmosphere and close proximity to St. Thomas and St. Croix, St. John is a popular honeymoon destination. You and your loved one will love the soft sand beaches, laidback charms and stunning nature views. Most couples spend their days and nights in one of the St. John honeymoon villas and luxury resorts. There are also a few bed and breakfasts and inns.
Destination Weddings in St. John
Say "I do" in a tropical paradise with near perfect weather. Hold your ceremony on one of the many sandy beaches or luxury villas. The resorts on St. John offer an array of wedding packages. Many of which include or connect you with professional wedding coordinators, planners and vendors who are more than happy to assist you with all of your special requests.
Climate & Weather
With warm tropical breezes by day and romantic starlit nights, St. John is a beautiful place to visit year-round. The average temperature is 80° F in the summer and 70° F in the winter. Water temperatures remain in the low 80s to high 70s. So, no matter when you visit, plan on getting your toes wet.