Accommodations

Although the most urbane of the three main US Virgin Islands, St. Thomas is still by no means comparable to a busy city. What this means is that no matter your vacation style, there is a place to carve out as your own on this island. If relaxing on the beach, shopping, and spa treatments are on your to-do list, or if you want to stay in the hub of cultural attractions, the resorts and villas of Charlotte Amalie will work to your benefit. Independent, active travelers… more…

Hotels

As you fill your days with trips to Fort… more…

Villa Complexes

Apartment buildings, cabins grouped… more…

Villa Rentals

A vacation on St. Thomas is what you… more…

Activities

Home to the US Virgin Island's capital city and the hub of transportation for the chain, St. Thomas is the busiest as well. Still, it is unhurried enough that visitors looking to get away from big city life will certainly be able to do so. The good thing about St. Thomas being the most… more…

Diving

From a gorgonian forest to boat wrecks, walls to caves, St. Thomas is… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

While many people would not recommend renting a bike or… more…

Fishing

Whether you're interested in inshore flats fishing or… more…

Beaches

All of the beaches on St. Thomas are public, and nearly all of them are backed by resorts promising views of the sea. No matter which… more…

Natural Attractions

St. Thomas is an island that takes up 31 square miles of space in the… more…

Restaurants

What most people love about dining on St. Thomas is the abundance of… more…

Attractions

Landmarks

Transportation

As the largest tourism center in the United States Virgin Islands chain,… more…

Air Travel

Just four miles from the capital city of Charlotte Amalie is the Cyril… more…

Ferries

While most people will fly into St. Thomas, anyone who happens to already… more…

Rental Cars

There are plenty of options available… more…

Sailing & Boating

Even though the airport is the main port… more…

Taxis

Unpredictable road conditions can make… more…

Snorkeling

Whether you encounter a rocky shoreline or a beach of soft white sand, the snorkeling possibilities that surround the island of St. Thomas exist almost everywhere. When you're planning to spend some time snorkeling during your St. Thomas getaway, you have… more…

Sailing & Boating

Even though the airport is the main port of call on St. Thomas, you can… more…

Fishing

Whether you're interested in inshore flats fishing or… more…

Diving

From a gorgonian forest to boat wrecks, walls to caves,… more…

Attractions

The center of all transportation in the US Virgin Islands, almost everyone who visits these isles will spend at least a short amount of time… more…

Landmarks

A tour of the landmarks on St. Thomas takes you through the history of… more…

Beaches

All of the beaches on St. Thomas are public, and nearly all of them are… more…

Natural Attractions

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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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