Accommodations

Located on the East side of St. Thomas, Red Hook is a small town that sees a relatively large amount of tourism for its size. This destination is frequented by yachters and watersports enthusiasts especially, where the American Yacht Harbor serves as a great home base, but the duty free shopping and hiking are popular draws as well. When it comes to places to sleep at night, villas and rentals are a top choice, but there are also a small number of resort properties with… more…

Hotels

The number of accommodations in Red Hook… more…

Villa Rentals

Although there are a few rental properties… more…

Transportation

Part of Red Hook' East End, Red Hook is a coastal town known for its… more…

Air Travel

Just 15 miles west of Red Hook on the island of St. Thomas is the Cyril… more…

Ferries

Red Hook is the major ferry destination of St. Thomas, and most people… more…

Rental Cars

Whether you arrive in Red Hook by plane… more…

Sailing & Boating

Red Hook is a well-loved yachting… more…

Taxis

Home of the Red Hook Ferry Terminal,… more…

Attractions

Thanks to it being the home to a ferry dock and several marinas, Red Hook often appears to be a busy town – especially when you compare… more…

Landmarks

Overlooking the Pilsbury Sound, it can be hard for visitors to tear… more…

Beaches

Each of the beaches in Red Hook differs from the next. In some… more…

Natural Attractions

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Activities

St. Thomas' “second city” of Red Hook is located on the island's southeastern tip and is home to the ferry terminal which brings passengers back and forth from the nearby island of St. John. The town can be busy at times, but not in a way that will overwhelm those looking for a quiet… more…

Diving

What lies beneath the surface of the sea is a magical and mysterious… more…

Fishing

Throughout the year you'll find Red Hook to be a popular… more…

Shopping

While St. Thomas is known for having some of the best… more…

Restaurants

Kitschy little restaurants known for their hand-written menu boards and quick service are popular in Red Hook, though the options are more… more…

Food

The Virgin Islands visitors can spend their days exploring natural island… more…

Events & Festivals

The beauty of the U.S. Virgin Island's isn't the only thing that draws… more…

Nightlife

Snorkeling

With ferries coming and going out of Red Hook on a regular basis, you may wonder if the waters of this northeast coastal town on St. Thomas are healthy enough to promote the type of snorkeling worth traveling for. The answer is a resounding yes. Despite the constant more…

Sailing & Boating

Red Hook is a well-loved yachting destination in the U.S. Virgin Islands… more…

Fishing

Throughout the year you'll find Red Hook to be a popular… more…

Diving

What lies beneath the surface of the sea is a magical… more…

Weather

A day without sunshine in the Virgin Islands is so rare that even slight tropical showers are met with surprise by locals. Expect most showers to fall during the spring and summer; however, it has been known to rain in the winter, so don't be surprised if it starts to sprinkle! Most rainfall occurs in the form of mild sun showers, and the precipitation is usually over as soon as it starts. The British Virgin Islands experience a pleasant and moderate 40 inches of more…

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