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Passport between St Thomas and St John?

Vandergrift...
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Passport between St Thomas and St John?

We will be taking the car ferry between St Thomas and St John for day excursions and wondered if we need a passport to enter St John?

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1. Re: Passport between St Thomas and St John?

No passport needed to enter St. John from St. Thomas.

Edited: 28 September 2011, 18:45
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2. Re: Passport between St Thomas and St John?

Just to add to the above, you do not need a passport to enter the US Virgin Islands, St Thomas, St Croix and St John. However, if you want to do a day trip to the British Virgin islands (very easy from STT and STJ) you do need a passport.

Hope that helps.

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3. Re: Passport between St Thomas and St John?

Your question has already been answered, but if you already have your passports, definitely take them with you. You never know if you might decide to head over to the beautiful BVI for a day trip. As the OP said, it's an easy ferry ride.

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