St. Thomas is the most visited U.S. Virgin Island with the largest airport, busiest cruise port and largest population of residents who love to island hop. Hosting the USVI Capitol in Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas parties more than the other islands and Carnival is epic. That said, you can still find hillside houses and villas with a view for rent, plus a wide range of beaches and watersports to suit your taste.
Native Indian habitation in today’s U.S. Virgin Islands, as recorded by European explorers in the late 1500s. By the 1600s however, the Native Indian populations plummeted due to disease brought by Europeans and raids by … More
Magens Bay, Hull Bay, Bluebeard’s Beach, Coki Beach, Brewers Bay, and Morningstar Beach feature a range of crystalline white sand, palm tree shading and rocky outcrop settings, while Coral World Ocean Park … More
St. Thomas is one of the only dive destinations where you can dive a wall, wreck, pier and reef all in one day. Charter a yacht or join a boat with others. Another active sport, kayaking is also popular … More
Good dining venues, historical attractions, a butterfly farm and shops near a large cruise port make this one of the most popular Caribbean destinations. It doesn’t hurt that everyone speaks English … More
In St. Thomas, Carnival is the sound of Johnny Cakes frying, the smell of local hot sauce, and the taste of Vienna cake. It is rich with costumes, the sound of steel drums, and people dancing in colorful costumes … More
The major holidays in St. Thomas are New Year’s Day, Three Kings Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, President’s Day, Transfer Day, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Easter Monday, Memorial Day, Organic Act Day, Emancipation Day … More