Traveling to St. John is done via airplane, taxi and ferry – we guarantee it is all worth it once your feet hit the sand!
Your Flight to Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas
Since St. John does not have it’s own airport, you will fly into Charlotte Amalie on the neighboring island of St. Thomas. The airport code is STT and it is serviced by several domestic carriers. Since St. John is one of the United States Virgin Islands, no passport is required for American Citizens. Please note that upon your departure at the St. Thomas airport you will travel through US Customs, but a valid driver’s license is all that is needed.
As you exit the plane you will feel the warm sunshine and tropical breezes! Collect your luggage and make your way to the taxi stand outside of baggage claim. There you will find a dispatcher (usually with a clip board). Let them know you’d like to go to St. John and they will direct you to an awaiting passenger van, the driver will assist you with your luggage and he will not depart until the van is full. At that time, you will be driven to Red Hook to catch the ferry to St. John. The drive to Red Hook is about 30 minutes so settle in, chat with your fellow passengers and take in the views of St. Thomas.
Taxi Rates: http://www.vinow.com/stthomas/getting_around_stt/taxi_stt/
You’re Getting Close Now!
Once you’re at the ferry terminal, you will purchase your ticket to St. John! From Red Hook, the ferry time is about 20 minutes. Be sure to take in the sights of the moored boats, neighboring islands and feel the ocean breeze….
Ferry Schedule and Rates: http://Ferry Schedule: http://www.vinow.com/travel/virgin-islands-ferry-schedules/
You Made It!
You have arrived on St. John! Once you’ve collected your luggage you can make your way to Grande Bay Resort – if you’ve arranged for a greeter, someone from our Management Company will meet you at the dock and show you to your suite. If you did not request a greeter, make your way to Grande Bay and your key card will be waiting for you at the front desk. We do recommend that first time visitors utilize a greeter – please note that we do cover the cost of a greeter for guests who request one but gratuities are welcomed.