Although Jost measures just four by three miles, the island is rich in history. It’s been home to Arawak Indians, Caribs, Dutch, Africans and English. William Thorton, architect of the US Capitol, was born here. And John Coakley Lettsome, founder of the London Medical Society, was born on nearby Little Jost.

You can get here by boat, water taxi, private charter or ferry service from West End, Tortola, St. John, or St. Thomas. Even if you come just for a day, you can take in many of Jost’s attractions.

NAME   Named after an early Dutch resident, reputed to be a pirate
SIZE   Four miles by one mile
HIGHEST POINT   1,054 ft
BEACHES /ANCHORAGES   Great Harbour, Little Harbour, and White Bay
ACTIVITIES   Bar hopping, dining, fishing, hiking and snorkeling
SIGHTS   Bubbling Pool, Little Jost Van Dyke, and Sandy Cay

Pull your boat in at Great Harbour and come ashore to sample Foxy’s latest brew from his own microbrewery!