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There is much to see and do in Virgin Islands National Park and we want you to have the best experience possible so here are few tips on how to do that.
Though we do not have anything scary here like lions, tigers, bears, alligators or snakes here, we do have a few things that you should avoid.
The following are tips for a safe and enjoyable visit.
Do not leave valuables unattended.Valuables have been stolen from several vehicles in the park. These incidents could happen anywhere on the island, so please take valuables with you or leave them at home or in your room. If you see someone acting suspiciously, call us at 1-866-995-8467.
In The WaterAlways use reef-safe sunscreen, and look, but don't touch. Marine life are fragile and some may sting or bite if you touch or disturb them. Visit our things to avoid page.
Flag or Surf ConditionsRed Flag Conditions mean there are extremely hazardous ocean conditions with large powerful waves and strong rip currents.
During Red Flag Conditions in Virgin Islands National Park the concessioners' operational hours and visitor services will change to the following schedule:
Yellow Flag Conditions mean there are moderate ocean hazards with frequent large waves and possible rip currents.
Green Flag Conditions mean there are minimum ocean hazards.
On the TrailStay on the trails and do not eat any of the fruits or berries. Some plants can cause a rash, or sting, and others are poisonous. Avoid touching unknown plants.
Information on Zika and other mosquito-borne diseases.
On the Ground1. Drive on the LEFT!
2. Do not leave valuables unattended.
3. Do not climb, sit, or stand on walls of historic ruins. You will cause damage to these historic structures. The walls are unstable and bodily injuries may occur.
4. Do not touch the petroglyphs.
5. Bring plenty of water when hiking.
6. Use bug spray and reef-safe sunscreen.
7. Do not eat unknown fruits or touch unknown plants. Some plants, such as the Manchineel tree are poisonous.
8. Stay on the designated trail.
Last updated: April 9, 2021