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St Thomas -The Rock city

St. Thomas is located in the US Virgin Islands, situated in the eastern Caribbean Sea. It is part of the United States territory, offering a unique blend of American and Caribbean cultures.
Getting There: The Cyril E. King Airport (STT) serves as the main gateway to St. Thomas, with direct flights from major US cities and connecting flights from around the world. Additionally, cruise ships frequently dock at the Charlotte Amalie port, bringing visitors to the island.

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Taxis: Taxis are readily available and operate on a fixed fare system. Look for licensed taxis with the "TX" sign on their license plates.

TOP RATED TAXI services  info HERE

Car Rentals: Renting a car is a popular option for exploring the island at your own pace. Remember to drive on the left side of the road.

Public Transportation: Public buses, known as "safaris," are an affordable way to get around the island for ONE DOLLAR per ride only! They follow specific routes and can be flagged down along the road.

   Currency and Language

The official currency is the US Dollar (USD). Credit cards are widely accepted, and ATMs are available throughout the island.

Language: English is the primary language spoken in St. Thomas, making communication easy for visitors


St. Thomas enjoys a tropical climate, with warm temperatures year-round. The peak tourist season is typically from December to April when the weather is dry and pleasant. The hurricane season runs from June to November, with September being the most prone to storms.
    Some of Must-See Attractions

Magens Bay: A picturesque beach renowned for its soft white sand and calm waters. It's perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and picnicking.

Blackbeard's Castle: Explore the historic fortress, known for its pirate lore and panoramic views of Charlotte Amalie.

Coral World Ocean Park: Get up close to marine life and experience interactive exhibits, touch pools, and even swim with sea lions.

Charlotte Amalie: Discover the capital city's rich history, Danish architecture, duty-free shopping, and vibrant local markets.

Paradise Point: Take a tram ride to the hilltop and enjoy breathtaking views of Charlotte Amalie and neighboring islands

Outdoor Activities

Snorkeling / Diving / ZipLining 

Explore vibrant coral reefs teeming with marine life, such as sea turtles, colorful fish, and stunning coral formations

TOP-RATED Diving Co-Click HERE

ZIPLine- Click HERE  

Water Sport 

Engage in thrilling water sports, including kayaking, paddle-boarding, jet skiing, and parasailing  

Island Hopping & Fishing 

Take a ferry or boat tour to nearby islands like St. John or the British Virgin Islands for more pristine beaches and natural beauty.

TOP-RATED  Boat Rentals-Click HERE 

Ferry Schedules- Click HERE

Cuisine and top restaurants 

Indulge in the flavors of the Caribbean and international cuisine in St. Thomas.Don't miss trying local specialties like conch fritters, fresh seafood, jerk chicken, and refreshing tropical fruit drinks.

Pangea Terra Table 
Caribbean Fish Market
Galddy's Cafe
Fish Bar
Old Stone Farm House 

St. Thomas is generally considered safe for tourists, but it's always important to take standard precautions. Secure your belongings, avoid isolated areas at night, and adhere to any local advisories or warnings.
We hope this guide provides you with valuable information to make the most of your time in St. Thomas. Enjoy the warm hospitality, stunning beaches, rich history, and unforgettable experiences our Caribbean paradise has to offer!

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