Concordia Eco-Resort

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Concordia Eco Resort is currently closed because of the significant damage from Hurricane Irma.

Concordia Eco-Resort is located in the U.S. Virgin Islands National Park on St. John and offers accommodations ranging from comfortable, wood-framed tents to studios with kitchenettes. It’s the perfect resort for nature lovers, who can spend the day sailing and snorkeling at Salt Pond Beach, hiking through the park’s trails, or simply relaxing at the freshwater pool .

The resort makes every effort to protect natural resources by collecting rainwater in cisterns, using solar energy and purchasing local, environmentally friendly food and supplies. All Concordia buildings – cabins, restaurant, store, registration area, bathhouses – are built on raised platforms connected by raised walkways to prevent natural vegetation from being trampled.

There’s a cafe onsite that overlooks Salt Pond Bay and features happy hour, dinner, Sunday brunch and Sunday night pizza. The cafe is open during peak season.

How to get to Concordia Eco-Resort

Fly into Cyril E. King Airport (STT), St. Thomas. Guests will need to take the ferry from the airport to St. John. Taxis are readily available to take guests to and from the ferry terminals.

For more information

Visit Concordia Eco-Resort’s website for more information.

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