Virgin Islands Trees & Plants

 
 
Virgin Islands National Park contains some of the most diverse dry tropical forests in the Caribbean with more than 700 native or naturalized plants. Much of the island was cleared during the Danish colonial era, when a great deal of the original forest was altered through grazing, agriculture and development. Within the 7000 acres of park land much of the island has since been allowed to return to forest. Visit the links above to view some of the plants and trees you may encounter while visiting Virgin Islands National Park.
 

Last updated: September 22, 2018

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Mailing Address:

1300 Cruz Bay Creek
St. John, VI 00830

Phone:

(340) 776-6201 x238
Headquarters/Visitor Center phone contact Information.

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