St. John, USVI
Trunk Bay is part of the Virgin Islands National Park located on the Caribbean island of St. John. The beach and offshore coral reefs remain among St. John's most breathtaking and well-preserved attractions.
Beautiful water and fluffy white sand are just a couple of reasons picturesque Trunk Bay is consistently ranked one of the top 20 “most beautiful beaches in the world.”
There is a 225-yard-long underwater snorkeling trail full of spectacular marine life. The water is calm enough that even young snorkelers can enjoy the experience.
Trunk Bay is part of the Virgin Islands National Park. The beach and offshore coral reefs remain among St. John's most breathtaking and well-preserved attractions. The clean water and variety of colorful marine life present spectacular photo opportunities.
If you’re looking for a bit more action than sunbathing, explore one of the park’s hiking trails or the ruins of historic sugar plantations, remnants of St. John's Danish colonial past.
After a long day of the Caribbean sun, island visitors can enjoy a relaxed atmosphere over a sunset dinner at one of St. John's romantic restaurants, or dance the tropical night away at a local club while sipping frozen, fruity cocktails.
Amenities: There are showers, a snack bar, souvenir shop and snorkel gear rentals available. Lifeguards are on duty daily. There is a day-use fee.