11 Enighed, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands




There are historic ruins on the island that  remain from the sugar plantations  built in the 1600s and 1700s.  There are many windmill bases and remains from homes that have withstood the test of time (and a few hurricanes).  There are ruins at Susannaberg, Katherineberg, Annaberg and along several hiking trails including the Reef Bay Trail.  


You won't be bored on St. John unless you want to be.  We have fantastic hiking trails that are maintained by the National Park Service. Several beaches have SUP boards, snorkel gear, and chairs for rent, and a few beaches (Maho, Trunk, and Honeymoon) have concessions and a bar.  

We have one baobab tree on the island just off the L'Esperance Trail.  This trail goes down to Reef Bay, so you can take the Reef Bay Trail down (ruins and the petroglyphs) and the L'Esperance Trail back up.  If you need any guidance, let me know.