Rainbow over Udall
slide-fort-christiansted
Tide Pools
Turtle and Scuba Diver

Historic Attractions, Cultural Attractions, and Natural Attractions. St. Croix has all of them! Make time to visit St. Croix’s museums, forts or sugar mill plantation ruins. Sign up for a walking tour through our 2 historic towns of Christiansted and Frederiksted (Twin Cities). Enjoy the natural beauty of St. Croix by checking out the botanical gardens or taking a farm tour in the rainforest. And, no trip to St. Croix would be complete without a rum distillery tour, a day trip to Buck Island, and a visit to Point Udall, the easternmost point of the United States. With all of these attractions, which ones will you choose?!

Benefits of Being a Divi Carina Bay ‘Beachcomber’

Benefits of Being a Divi Carina Bay ‘Beachcomber’
Divi Carina Bay Beach Resort & Casino is St. Croix’s only all-inclusive resort, but you don’t have to a visitor on the island to enjoy their facilities. In fact, Divi Carina Bay » read more » 

Self-Guided Tour of Hamilton’s Christiansted

Self-Guided Tour of Hamilton’s Christiansted
For those interested in the life and times of Alexander Hamilton, you should know that the years he spent on St. Croix in the Danish West Indies became eight of the most » read more » 

St. Croix’s East End Marine Park

St. Croix’s East End Marine Park
Along with global, local and governmental organizations, the St. Croix community is working to preserve the natural beauty, wildlife, and history of our island. One way St. Croix has worked to achieve » read more » 

The Spirited History of Caribbean Rum

The Spirited History of Caribbean Rum
Rum has a very long and spirited history. While there are several precursors to rum that span the globe, it is generally accepted that rum was first distilled in the Caribbean in the early » read more » 

Rainy Day Activities on St. Croix

Rainy Day Activities on St. Croix
Many islands in the Caribbean, St. Croix included, are known for their lush, tropical landscape as much as their beautiful beaches. The reason for this gorgeous greenery is the frequently passing rain showers. » read more » 

Have a Beer with Some Pigs

Have a Beer with Some Pigs
Like many small islands in the Caribbean, St. Croix offers it’s own unusual local tourist attractions. Surprisingly, one of our most popular attractions are the beer drinking pigs at the Mt. Pellier Hut Domino » read more » 

Tour Two Historic Forts

Tour Two Historic Forts
Two of the most iconic and imposing historical buildings here on St. Croix are Fort Christiansvaern and Fort Frederik. These forts were constructed between the mid-1700’s and mid-1800’s to protect Christiansted and Frederiksted from smugglers, » read more » 

Hoist the Sails on a Historic Ship

Hoist the Sails on a Historic Ship
There are few sights as eye-catching as seeing the Roseway making her way across the turquoise waters of the Caribbean into the harbor. The Roseway is a beautifully restored 137′ schooner with massive russet colored sails that is registered as a » read more » 

Visit the Site of Colombus’ Landing

Visit the Site of Colombus’ Landing
Salt River Bay National Historic Park and Ecological Preserve on St. Croix contains the only known site where members of an expedition led by Christopher Columbus set foot on what is now » read more » 

Drive to Point Udall, Easternmost Point of the U.S.

Drive to Point Udall, Easternmost Point of the U.S.
While you are here on St. Croix, I recommend that you take the very scenic drive all the way up to Point Udall at the far East End of the island. Point » read more » 

Reconnect with Nature at the Botanical Garden

Reconnect with Nature at the Botanical Garden
The nature and history of St. Croix come together in perfect harmony at the St. George Village Botanical Garden.  This sprawling sixteen acre property is a quiet haven of beautiful foliage mingled with » read more » 

Legendary Time at Captain Morgan Rum Distillery

Legendary Time at Captain Morgan Rum Distillery
Ready to have a little fun with the Captain while you are here on St. Croix? Then head over to the Captain Morgan Visitor Center where an exciting trip into the world » read more » 

The Wonders of St. Croix

The Wonders of St. Croix
A few years ago, I was in a meeting with the owners and management of St. Croix’s hotels and tour operators.  We were given an advanced copy of a new brochure that » read more » 

The Lawaetz Family Museum

The Lawaetz Family Museum
A person would be extremely fortunate to have the history of one of St. Croix’s oldest and most interesting families, the Lawaetz family, told to them by Kai and Irene Lawaetz, long-time » read more » 

Safari Tour with Sweeny

Safari Tour with Sweeny
Long time local, Sweeny Toussant, greets me and a small group of visitors in his open-air bus. We are ready to explore the wondrous places of St. Croix. Sweeny, his Safari Tour, » read more » 

Botanical Gardens Tour

Botanical Gardens Tour
Located on the west end of St. Croix is a place where beauty, history, and culture blend together in an inviting atmosphere. It is here you learn of the mysterious “weed woman” » read more » 

Day Tripping to Buck Island

Day Tripping to Buck Island
A trip to St. Croix would not be complete without day tripping to Buck Island. Located just 1 1/2 miles off the northeast shore of Christiansted, St. Croix, Buck Island is easily » read more » 

Cruzan Rum, a St. Croix Tradition

Cruzan Rum, a St. Croix Tradition
Since the early 17th century, St. Croix has been making use of its natural resources locally as well as exporting them worldwide. A fine example of this is the refining of sugar » read more »