Things To Do

Coral World Ocean Park

Voted top attraction in the V.I. since 2004. Get up close and personal with the beauty and magic of Caribbean marine life in a stunning setting. View life on a coral reef from the unique Undersea Observatory. Hand feed a rainbow lorikeet! Add-ons, Dolphin Trek, Dolphin Splash or moment, Dolphin Kayak, Sea Lion Swim or Encounter, Shark Encounter, Snuba Dive, and Sea Trek Helmet Dive. Open seven days a week during the season 9am – 4pm. Off season hours (May to October) vary.

Magens Bay

This horseshoe-shaped tropical beach is perfect for all manner of activities, from kayaking and water sports to sunbathing and picnicking. Besides working on a tan, locals also recommend hiking along the nature trails for spectacular ocean views from the scenic hillsides—especially from the Mountain Top lookout. As Magens Bay is a popular port of call for cruises and a frequent stop on island tours, it does get busy. If you’re looking for some peace and privacy, target the fringe areas and visit on weekdays. There’s also an entry fee to the beach.

Sapphire Beach

Nestled on the jagged coast of the island of St. Thomas, this spacious beach boasts fine white sand and beautiful views of St. John and the offshore cays of the U.S. Virgin Islands. When the sea is calm, you can rent proper gear to go snorkeling among coral reefs and see colorful tropical fish. Otherwise, windsurfing in the waters of Saint John Bay is always a great option. Hit up the beachside restaurants and bars to refuel afterward. You can visit Sapphire Beach on your own, as part of a tour, or on a private boat charter.

Lindqvist Beach

Beach between Wyndham Sugar Bay Beach Club and the Sapphire Beach Resort

Water Island

The fourth-largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, this quiet 492-acre island beckons travelers in search of a laid-back vacation. At the pristine Honeymoon Beach, which is a short walk from the ferry dock, you can swim, snorkel, kayak or chill by the beach bar. You can also bike around the island to view birds and other wildlife that call this place home, or hike up to the historic fort and explore remains of military fortifications. To reach Water Island, you can take a boat tour or ride the ferry from St. Thomas.

Mountain Top

This cafeteria and bar claims not only spectacular views from its 1,500 feet perch on the summit of St. Peter Mountain, but is the inventor of the famous banana daiquiri.

Skyride to Paradise Point

Come “Ride the View” on the Skyride to the top of Paradise Point! You will be greeted with a breathtaking view, restaurants, a bar with our World Famous Bailey’s Bushwacker, local souvenir shops, and our brand new Skywalk! The last tram down is 1 HOUR after the listed closing time.

Drake's Seat

The vantage point where Sir Francis Drake was supposed to have looked for enemy ships of the Spanish fleet, this lookout includes a panoramic view of the Virgin Islands where the Atlantic Ocean joins the Caribbean Sea

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