Aerial Tour of St. John’s Virgin Islands
Saint John is a U.S. Virgin Island in the Caribbean Sea. 60% of the island is protected as a National Park.
The island was first settled by the Taíno Indians who migrated north from coastal areas of present-day Colombia and Venezuela around AD 300. The Arawak inhabited the island until around the year AD 1300.
Christopher Columbus, traveling on behalf of the Spanish Crown, is credited with being the first European to see the Virgin Islands in 1493, during his second voyage to the New World.
CaribbeanDays can take you to this beautiful National Park Island that looks much as it did back in these times due to the Park Protection status.
Have a look!