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Choose the Best Snorkel

There’s a new mask in town and it’s pretty different than what we’re used to. The “full face” snorkel mask showed-up on a few heads 3-4 years ago and has proven to be more than a passing fad. Early adopters did experience some setbacks, namely leakage and the inability to dive below the surface while … Continued

Bird Watching on St. John

With more than 200 species of birds in the US Virgin Islands, St. John’s vast national park land is the best place to explore and do some good old fashioned bird watching. Most of the birds you’ll see on St. John arrived on island accidentally, while about 2 dozen were introduced by humans. Here are … Continued

Caribbean Blue Tang

Prevalent in the clear waters that surround St. John, the Blue Tang Surgeonfish (Acanthurus coeruleus) begin as yellow juveniles, turn pastel blue as adolescents, and bright blue as adults. Called “Atlantic Blue Tangs” or “Caribbean Blue Tangs”, they can grow to be up to 15 inches long. When snorkeling, you’ll most likely see the yellow … Continued

15 Reasons to Summer on St. John

Looking for a fun family vacation this summer? Consider St. John in the US Virgin Islands! Low off-season rates and a wide selection of vacation villas from Windspree make planning a trip to St. John a great decision. Consider these 15 reasons St. John makes the best summer vacation destination around! Beaches.  St John beaches … Continued

Crustaceans

St. John is home to many fascinating critters, including some of the oldest known animals on earth. Crustaceans are invertebrates that live in the world between land and sea. Dating back more than 500 million years, common crustaceans today include crabs, lobsters, and shrimp. All crustaceans have a hard exoskeleton that provides protection from predators and water … Continued

Explore Salt Pond

If you haven’t hiked to Salt Pond, it’s a classic and highly recommended. On the Southern point of St John’s Coral Bay side there exists a different world where lots of adventure awaits. It is a quiet part of the island where one can get lost in their thoughts and the beauty of their surroundings. … Continued

Annual Beach to Beach Power Swim

The 19th Annual Beach-to-Beach Power Swim will be held Sunday, May 29th, 2022 in Virgin Islands National Park. Here are some important reminders for all those looking to take-on to challenge! Space is limited to 350 swimmers and the race is 90% full already. The cost to register now is $65 for adults and $30 … Continued

Watersports

So many fun watersports and water activities on St. John to enjoy, how do you decide? Windspree can arrange for all your desired activities while on island, give us a call on (340)201-3002! SnorkelScuba DiveSnubaSUP

SUP St. John

From beginners to expert racers, St. John is perfect for the growing popularity of standup paddleboarding, or SUP. Numerous spots around the island will conveniently get you and your board on the water. The shallow, clear Caribbean water around St. John will ease newbie fears and delight more advanced paddle boarders. To SUP St. John, … Continued

Snuba St. John

Looking for a unique adventure? Put Snuba St. John on your list of things to do! Snuba is a combination of snorkeling and scuba diving. While breathing through a simple-to-use regulator that’s connected to an air supply that floats on a raft at the water’s surface, SNUBA allows you to explore the underwater world like … Continued

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