Things To Do in St. Thomas

Things to Do in St. Thomas

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The island of St. Thomas offers visitors warm weather, a wide variety of beaches, fabulous restaurants, beautiful scenery, exceptional shopping and unique attractions.  We have provided information below (including links) to a few of the great things to do while you are enjoying your vacation in St. Thomas. 

 

Play on the Beach

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St. Thomas boasts over forty beaches featuring sparkling blue water and swaying palm trees. Some beaches offer solitude, some offer watersports and snorkeling and some have amenities such as restaurants and chair rentals. Visit the St. Thomas Beach Guide for descriptions, maps, photos and reviews of the twenty most popular beaches.

 

Experience the History of Charlotte Amalie

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Charlotte Amalie, the capital city of St. Thomas is within minutes of Bluebeard’s Castle. Stroll through the streets and enjoy some duty-free shopping. Experience the history and culture of the island through walking tours, museums, historic buildings and local events. Charlotte Amalie is also home to attractions such as the 99 Steps, Blackbeard’s Castle, Emancipation Park and more.

 

Play A Round of Golf

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If you are in the mood for a round of golf, check out Mahogany Run Golf Course. It was designed by George and Tom Fazio and attracts thousands of visitors each year. It is open year-round and provides views of mountains, valleys, lush greenery, crystal blue seas and neighboring islands. Its three-hole stretch, called Devil’s Triangle, makes this a very challenging course to the best of players. Don’t miss the chance to tee off on this Caribbean course.

 

Explore Caribbean Marine Life

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Coral World Ocean Park is a very popular stop for guests in St. Thomas. This 5-acre complex features aquariums, outdoor marine pools, nature trails, and observatory. Programs that include shark petting, feeding stingrays, Sea Lion swims and much more make this an experience to remember.
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