Exploring the Virgin Islands National Park: What to Expect and How Much Does it Cost?

The Virgin Islands National Park is a stunning destination for travelers looking to explore the Caribbean. With no entry fee, visitors can enjoy the beauty of the park's 7,259 acres of terrestrial habitat, which make up 60% of the island's land mass. From this location, you can take in views of Hawksnest Bay, Caneel Bay Beach, Trunk Bay and the British Virgin Islands. The park is home to some of the best hiking trails in the Caribbean, with ruins of old windmills dotting the highest hills.

John is known for its white sand beaches, lonely bays, colorful coral reefs, epic hiking trails and picturesque sugar mill ruins. Trunk Bay is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world and is very narrow and rocky with lots of corals. If you have two days in the Virgin Islands National Park, spend the first day hiking the Reef Bay Trail or the Ram Head Trail in the morning and then enjoy your time at the beach in the afternoon. If you only have one day in the park, drive along North Shore Road to visit the viewpoints and spend some time at Trunk Bay, Maho Bay Beach or walk the Leinster Bay trail to Waterlemon Bay Beach.

You can also snorkel in any of the protected bays in the Virgin Islands National Park and expect to see something. The summer months, June, July and August, are the hottest and wettest months to visit the Virgin Islands National Park. Hawksnest Beach is one of the most beautiful and easily accessible beaches in the park. There are no entrance fees to either the Virgin Islands National Park or the Virgin Islands Coral Reef National Monument.

Juanita Pinkleton
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