St. Paul Island is located in the Pribilof Islands, which are a group of five volcanic islands on the Bering Sea. St. Paul is the biggest island in the group as well as it being the furthest north. There is not much signs of wildlife but birds and rare plants that are not otherwise offered in the area. St. Paul is a very secluded island with many rugged cliffs, making it the perfect destination for risk takers and people who enjoy discovering the great outdoors.