Must-Dos

Hang with the locals in St. Croix

Spend a day with a friendly ensemble of local experts when you’re in St. Croix, courtesy of Hanging with the Locals. This authentic experience includes visiting cultural and historical sites, like Point Udall and getting to know the ins and outs of the Crucian way of life and of course sampling local foods and cocktails.

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Savor local cuisine at De Coal Pot on St. John

Get a real taste of local cuisine at De Coal Pot. Located in the picturesque surroundings of Cruz Bay on St. John, De Coal Pot’s must-have dishes include oxtail stew and roti, with sides such as sweet potato stuffing and seasoned rice.

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Take a gastronomic journey in St. Thomas

St. Thomas Food Tours takes visitors on a gastronomic journey as they explore the island’s Main Street, taking in historic sites such as the 99 Steps and Fort Christian, while stopping to savor delicacies like pates, fungi and callaloo. At the end of the tour, they will get to sample a popular Bushwacker cocktail made with Cruzan rum, distilled on St. Croix since 1760.

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  • Point Udall, St. Croix

    Find the most stunning panoramic sea views on the island of St. Croix.

  • Buck Island, St. Croix

    Visitors to Buck Island should experience its famous underwater trail.

  • Fort Christian, St. Thomas

    Fort Christian dates all the way back to the Danish militia’s presence on the island.

  • Magens Bay, St. Thomas

    This picturesque beach is arguably the most swimmable and Instagramable around.