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Saint Thomas

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Saint Thomas, one of the three U.S. Virgin Islands, along with St. Croix and St. John, is one of the most beautiful island destinations in the world, thanks to its dusty beaches and sunny weather.

The second largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, St. Thomas spans 32 square miles of tropical wonder. The island is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the north and the Caribbean Sea to the south. Its highest peaks rise to 1,550 feet above sea level, offering unforgettable views from almost all directions.

St. Thomas offers the natural wonders of the tropical islands with a sophisticated and cosmopolitan atmosphere. Charlotte Amalie, the capital of the US Virgin Islands, is one of the most unforgettable ports in the world and the busiest port in the Caribbean. Sophisticated cuisine and lots of the world’s best duty-free shops in Charlotte Amalie make it a top destination for any taste. In fact, its reputation as the best shopping capital of the Caribbean attracts thousands of visitors from all over the Caribbean and the world every year.

What to see & what to do

Beaches

Lindbergh Bay Beach

15 min by car from the cruise port. Located close to the airport and several hotels and resort. So food and drinks are available from the hotel bars. Despite the busy area, the beach is surprisingly un-crowded most of the time and sheltered by the bay.

Lindquist Beach

20 Min by Car from the Cruise Port (Either Crown Bay or Havensight). Lindquist Beach is one of the most beautiful and pristine beaches of St. Thomas. It is part of a protected area of 21 acres called Smith Bay Park. The beautiful crystal clear and turquoise water is perfect for swimming. Heading west, the pool area gives way to another area of the bay, a very low platform with tide pools. The shore is covered with white sand and bright with a light touch of pink. The sand is soft and perfect for a game of Frisbee, building sand castles, stroll along the shore or just sitting and enjoying the fantastic view of St. John and the British Virgin Islands.

Magens Bay Beach

20 Min by car from the Cruise Ports. This is an absolute must-see. The award-winning beach and raised in St. Thomas, attracts both locals and tourists for its sandy shores love in the embrace of the famous green rolling hills of St. Thomas, in the view of Drake's Seat. It is also one of the most developed beaches. The full facilities make it a perfect place for water sports, picnicking, sunbathing and people watching. The concessions feed the appetites for beach food, beer, kayaking, relaxing on the beach and other sandy activities. On weekends, locals come to celebrate, so go early in marginal areas if you are looking for peace and quiet. sea grape trees and several picnic tables line the fine white sand.

Sapphire Beach

30 Min by car from the Cruise Ports. Sapphire is a beautiful white sand beach. The sea grape trees on the right side provide shade for swimmers; and the sun worshipers can enjoy basking in the sun on the left side where the trees are less. Iguanas and ducks are often seen on the left side near an artificial pond. There is a stand for water sports offering wind surfing, kayaking and snorkeling equipment rental and rental of chairs. At the nearby marina you can rent jet skis or go paragliding. Sapphire is a great beach to relax and enjoy water sports. A shallow coral reefs and rocky ledge on the right side offer good snorkeling. Food and drinks are available from a small open-air barbecue, a drinks machine and the nearby condominium restaurant. Sapphire Beach Resort, Condos and Marina are all within walking distance from the coast of Sapphire Beach.

Secret Harbour

30 Min by car from the Cruise Ports. Secret Harbor is a lovely little beach. Immersed in a quiet and protected bay, the water is generally very calm; perfect for swimming. Snorkeling is good along the rocky coast on the right side. Palm trees are scattered along the coast giving the beach a very tropical atmosphere; hammocks suspended between the palms help to improve the atmosphere. A floating raft anchored in the middle of the bay is ideal for lying down and catching some rays. Even children enjoy the raft; swimming, climbing and jumping down. Secret Harbor is home to the Secret Harbor Resort. A tasty restaurant and a nice beach bar are available. Secret Harbor is the perfect beach for snorkeling, swimming, having lunch, having a drink and relaxing!

Trunk Bay in St. John

If you are not new to visiting St. Thomas, the close smaller island of St. John is worth definitely a tour. With just a 15/20 minutes boat ride, is within an easy reach. Especially, beach and snorkel are just perfect in Trunk Bay. This is a paradise for senses and a it's a natural wonder you cannot get used to. The spectacular sight as soon you arrive on the beach is breathtaking. It's quite a trip to get here, but you will be rewarded.

Park & Landmarks

Buck Island National Wildlife Refuge

30 min by boat from the cruise ports. The place is just 2 miles south of St. Thomas harbor and is reached usually by catamaran. Buck Island is surrounded by beautiful coral reef habitats, with a shipwreck working as an artificial reef. The marine area is home to a variety creatures, like many species of fishes. Particularly, endangered sea green turtles are living here and they cannot be missed!

Drake's Seat in Mountain Top

15 Min by car from the Cruise Ports. Francis Drake was an English explorer during the Elizabethan era. He was the first Captain ever to conduct a complete world circumnavigation, remaining as leader for the entire expedition. He's said to have kept watch over the harbor from this spectacular view.

Mountain Top

15 min by bar form the cruise ports. Mountain Top is the highest point on the Island and it allows a full panoramic view of St. Thomas harbor on the south and Magens Bay on the East (from the famous Drake's seat). Here is served the world famous Banana Daiquiri enjoyed by more than 3 million visitors a year.

Paradise Point

Paradise Point is a panoramic spot from where the entire harbor bay is visible. It offers a spectacular view after few minutes on a cable car. The base station in just 3 minutes walking from Havensight cruise terminal; while if you are coming from Crown Bay marina, then 10 minutes taxi ride is needed. If you are wondering to have a walk through the hill, you can also reach the top by foot. A paved road allows to easily climb it in just 20/30 minutes.

Snorkelling

Coki Beach

30 min car from the cruise port. Coki Beach is a white sand beach on the North East (Atlantic) side of the island Saint Thomas, adjacent to the Coral World Ocean Park. Coki is well known for snorkeling, and is generally considered the best shore snorkel on the island. The beach is a popular tourist site, and taxi service is frequent. Vendors sell a variety of goods, including food, drinks, and crafts, and offer services such as hair braiding. In 2011, a boardwalk and bathhouse were added to the beach. There is also a dive center on the beach which rents snorkel and scuba diving gear and offers guided dives. (text by Wikipedia)

Sapphire Beach

30 Min by car from the Cruise Ports. Sapphire is a beautiful white sand beach. The sea grape trees on the right side provide shade for swimmers; and the sun worshipers can enjoy basking in the sun on the left side where the trees are less. Iguanas and ducks are often seen on the left side near an artificial pond. There is a stand for water sports offering wind surfing, kayaking and snorkeling equipment rental and rental of chairs. At the nearby marina you can rent jet skis or go paragliding. Sapphire is a great beach to relax and enjoy water sports. A shallow coral reefs and rocky ledge on the right side offer good snorkeling. Food and drinks are available from a small open-air barbecue, a drinks machine and the nearby condominium restaurant. Sapphire Beach Resort, Condos and Marina are all within walking distance from the coast of Sapphire Beach.

Sea trekking and snorkel in Coral World Ocean Park

30 Min by car from the Cruise Port. With no scuba certification required, this is an underwater trail through the vibrant coral reef surrounding Coral World Park’s Undersea Observatory. It's just an option in this Ocean Park, which is full of amazing activities for nature lovers.

Snorkel in Buck Island National Wildlife Refuge

30 min by boat from the cruise ports. The place is just 2 miles south of St. Thomas harbor and is reached usually by catamaran. The refuge is characterized by a thorn scrub habitat with rocky coastline surrounded by spectacular reefs.

Trunk Bay in St. John

If you are not new to visiting St. Thomas, the close smaller island of St. John is worth definitely a tour. With just a 15/20 minutes boat ride, is within an easy reach. Especially, beach and snorkel are just perfect in Trunk Bay. This is a paradise for senses and a it's a natural wonder you cannot get used to. The spectacular sight as soon you arrive on the beach is breathtaking. It's quite a trip to get here, but you will be rewarded.

Animal Encounter

Coral World Ocean Park

30 Min by car from the Cruise Port. At Coral World, you will experience the beauty and magic of life both below and above the Caribbean Sea as you explore five acres (217,000 square feet) of exotic aquariums, swimming pools, nature trails and stunning underwater observatory tower. You can feed stingrays while learning about shark and see the colorful Lorikeets and red footed tortoises. With various exhibitions and interactive activities for families, Coral World will have something for everyone!

Turtle Cove in Buck Island National Wildlife Refuge

30 min by boat from the cruise ports. The place is just 2 miles south of St. Thomas harbor and is reached usually by catamaran. In this untouched paradise, you can't miss spotting the resident green sea turtles, swimming in their natural habitat.

Family

Coral World Ocean Park

30 Min by car from the Cruise Port. At Coral World, you will experience the beauty and magic of life both below and above the Caribbean Sea as you explore five acres (217,000 square feet) of exotic aquariums, swimming pools, nature trails and stunning underwater observatory tower. You can feed stingrays while learning about shark and see the colorful Lorikeets and red footed tortoises. With various exhibitions and interactive activities for families, Coral World will have something for everyone!

History & Culture

Blackbeard Castle

5 min car from the cruise ports. It was erected in 1679 to serve as watchtower for the harbor. It actually served as a very effective vantage point for soldiers to spot enemy ships. Blackbeard's Castle is one of five National Historic Landmarks in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Drake's Seat in Mountain Top

15 Min by car from the Cruise Ports. Francis Drake was an English explorer during the Elizabethan era. He was the first Captain ever to conduct a complete world circumnavigation, remaining as leader for the entire expedition. He's said to have kept watch over the harbor from this spectacular view.

Fort Christian

10 Min by car from the Cruise Port. The governor Jørgen Iversen Dyppel led the second expeditionary force from Denmark to St. Thomas, where he arrived on 25 May 1672. There, he began the construction of Fort Christian in 1680, named after King Christian V Fort Christian is at sea level, which it was ideal to ward off attackers with canon fire. In the 18th century, the fort was enlarged and in 1874 added a new entrance with a Victorian clock tower. Being the oldest permanent structure of the US Virgin Islands, the fortress was used as the town center, government and prison building. It now houses the Museum of St. Thomas. The fort is one of seven national monuments in the US Virgin Islands.

Frederick Evangelical Lutheran Church

5 min car from the cruise port. This is the oldest Lutheran Church in the Americas. Is a Georgian-style church with a sweeping stairway and antique chandelier.

Government House of USVI

5 min by car from the cruise ports. The building open to public only on weekends. Inside, sever paintings from the native of Saint Thomas, Camille Pissarro, an impressionist artist. Government House was constructed in 1867 as the meeting place for the Danish Colonial Council. Today the governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands uses it as Office.

Walking

Climb the 99 Steps

5 min car from the cruise port. Dozen of stair streets were built to climb though St. Thomas' hills. The 99 Steps are the most famous, thanks to the colored flowers and beautiful building surrounding them. The bricks were used as ballast on a sailing boat during a voyage form Denmark in the mid 1700s. If you climb them all, you can count that the are actually 103!

Paradise Point

Paradise Point is a panoramic spot from where the entire harbor bay is visible. It offers a spectacular view after few minutes on a cable car. The base station in just 3 minutes walking from Havensight cruise terminal; while if you are coming from Crown Bay marina, then 10 minutes taxi ride is needed. If you are wondering to have a walk through the hill, you can also reach the top by foot. A paved road allows to easily climb it in just 20/30 minutes.

The Frenchtown Heritage Museum

5 Min by car from the Cruise Port. The Frenchtown Heritage Museum is housed in two small buildings, both beautiful examples of traditional architecture once common in Frenchtown, and largely still in use today. Enter the museum and admire artifacts dating back 400 years ago that residents donated such as fishing nets, accordions, mahogany furniture, pottery, tools and photographs. They tell the story of the Franco-Caribbean people of St. Barthelemy who settled in St. Thomas and their descendants. The museum also records the genealogies of indigenous families.

Shopping

Havensight Mall

Right in front of Havensight cruise terminal. This area is full of bar and shops of any kind. You can decide to stock up on souvenirs before or after your visit. It's not the typical cruise terminal shopping mall. In fact, other than souvenirs and jewelry, there are more options regarding clothes, and also electronics. Everything is sold in USD.

Main Street in Downtown

5 min by car from the cruise port. In Charlotte Amelie's Main Street (Dronningens Gade) are present the main brands and most famous shops in St Thomas. Find out passages and alleys like the A.H.Riise Mall, the Palm Passage, and the Hibiscus Alley. Don't miss the Belgian Chocolate Factory!

Best cruise deals: (Cruises are still suspended till 2021)

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Weather

St. Thomas weather is hot and quite windy all year round. Temperatures as normally in the tropic islands, don’t vary much during the year. The best time to visit St. Thomas as per weather conditions is from December to April. In fact is the least hot period and out of the hurricane season. The least rainy months are February and March. The wettest period goes from September to November. From August to October is the most likely period to have storms and hurricanes.

Dry season

Dry season

Relatively dry season runs from December to April. Also December it happened to have some heavy rain.

85°F 73°F

Wet season

Wet season

From May to November. A relative decrease in rainfall happens in June and July. Instead from September to November runs the wettest period

90°F 78°F

Good to know

 

  1. Clothing This is more than just a beach destination and bathing suits worn elsewhere, especially in the downtown areas, tends to offend the local residents.
  2. Water Shoes Bring them if you go to swim or snorkel. Some of the water can be rocky after you walk from the beach.
  3. Sundries For convenience and cost concerns, bring your own everyday health and beauty products with you. If you head to the beach, bring your onboard towel.
  4. Port Regulation Be aware that often in port it's forbidden to take off the ship fruits, vegetables and unsealed food items for local agricolture concern.
  5. Time Zone AST (Atlantic Standard Time) UTC/GMT -4 hours. Make sure to keep the ship's time on your clock to come back board on time. Be aware of automatic changes of your smartphones.
  6. Currency & Roaming The currency of the US Virgin Islands is the US Dollar. There's also the same mobile telephone provider, like being in the US.

Terminal

St. Thomas has two cruise ports: Crown Bay and Havensight (or the West India Dock Company). Both are located on the south side of the island. Havensight is commonly called Charlotte Amelie, being just 1 mile from the Island’s Capital.

Aerial view of Havensight Harbour on the left and Crown Bay on the right.

Generally, the ships of Carnival Cruise Lines, Norwegian Cruise Line and MSC dock at Havensight. Cunard, Princess, Holland America and Royal Caribbean typically dock at Crown Bay. This anyway can change depending on the number of ships in port.

Havensight is the larger dock, fitting up to three large cruise ships.

The Havensight dock area  has been extensively developed with a large shopping mall, eateries and even a post office within easy walking distance of the ships.   Havensight is  directly south across the bay from downtown Charlotte Amalie.  Taxis wait by the dock gates.  You can also enjoy a pleasant but long walk along the shore into downtown.

 

Transport

St. Thomas travelers may choose from a variety of transportation options, from buses to car rentals to limos. A full-service bus line operates throughout St. Thomas Taxi and Jeep services are readily available. Most taxi drivers are able to provide their passengers with comprehensive tours of their island. Taxi rates are based on destination rather than mileage and regulated by the US Virgin Islands Taxi Commission.

Driving on the left side of the road is only one of the differences you will experience while touring the island of St. Thomas. The island is thirteen miles in length and three miles at the widest point. St. Thomas is so compact its only town, Charlotte Amalie, is only a half hour’s drive from its furthest point. St. Thomas has many winding roads. However, route signs allow for easy identification and give the direction in which you are traveling.

If you are already visited Saint Thomas more than once and you want to explore more, we suggest to visit St. John island. You can reach it by ferry in just 20 minutes.

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