PAPAYA MOON

VILLA

ABOUT THE PAPAYA MOON VILLA

Papaya Moon is thrilled to unveil two beautifully renovated independent studio suites, “A Place in the Sun” and “Suite Papaya”. They may be rented individually, or you may rent them together as a Double Suite, each with independent kitchenettes, studio bedrooms, bathrooms and sitting areas.
Shared amenities include large covered, uncovered decks, outdoor grill, beautiful pool deck and a garden hot tub all with amazing views. These 2 studio suites may be rented together for your privacy or to accommodate additional guests. Perfect for 2 couples traveling together desiring additional privacy.
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Our Properties

Suite Papaya

Upper Carolina, Saint John, US Virgin Islands

From $273

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A Place in the Sun

Upper Carolina, Saint John, US Virgin Islands

From $271

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ATTRACTIONS

Reef Bay Trail

Step back in time while experiencing a moist tropical forest as you hike down the verdant Reef Bay Valley. Along the way, you will have the opportunity to learn about the people who have called St John home and about their relationship to the natural world. 

Come Prepared for a Fun Adventure

Most visitors hike these trails without incident and have a wonderful time. Be aware that these backcountry trails are steep in places and are uneven and rocky, and can be slippery even when dry–you'll need sturdy, closed-toe shoes and a sure foot. Take plenty of water, some snacks and a lunch, and a hat. Mosquito repellent is a good idea, too, and a swimsuit if you'd like to take a dip in the ocean down at the beach. From the trailhead to the beach is about three miles one way. These guided hikes go at a reasonably steady pace with occasional stops for the ranger to offer insight about the historical and natural features along the trail. The hikes take about three and one half hours from start to finish.

Discover Bird Watching Hike

Join our Park Ranger for a tour of Francis Bay Trail and salt pond. While there you will enjoy to opportunity to view the many resident and migratory birds that call Francis Bay home.