Location: Virgin Islands
Declared as National Park on August 2, 1956
This historical National Park is spread on the area of 14,688.87 acres covering about 60% of the Saint John Island. The park has several breathtaking white-sandy beaches with seagrape trees and coconut palms, valleys and green-hills. There are more than 800 species of plants in the tropical forests that are spread around the beaches. Trunk Bay is one of the most famous tourist attractions of this National Park.
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