St. Croix is blessed with many different types of terrain - the lushness of the west end and the rainforest, the arid climate and cactus on the east end, the high peaks and gentle plains that line the mid-island coastlines. Going for a hike on St. Croix is one of the best ways to experience the truly beautiful views, often unseen from the main roadways. While many of the best hikes on St. Croix are accessible to the public, they are not necessarily well-marked with signs. Several well-known hike trails will lead you to secluded beaches for unparalleled snorkeling. Others will lead you to historic sugar plantation ruins. To take an amazing hike, your best bet is to hike with a guide who knows St. Croix well. You'll want to have sneakers, plenty of sunscreen, a hat, water, and even a snack.
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St. Croix hiking tours with Ras Lamumba! CHANT offers two different hiking experiences. Maroon Ridge with Ras Lamumba explores the rain forest and Hamm’s Bluff. Lamumba, a master gardener, herbalist and environmentalist, will point out plants and wildlife encountered along the hike and lead you to Hamm’s Bluff lighthouse and an old Maroon community left from the days of slavery. Or, take a physically challenging hike along the waterways of Caledonia Valley where you will learn about three seasonal waterfalls, as well as the plants and animals you will encounter along the way.
Hiking Adventures Island-Wide! There is more than just the beautiful ocean to enjoy here on St. Croix. Join BushTribe Eco Adventures for beach-side hikes, a fun filled trek to the gorgeous tidal pools, or exploratory gut hikes. Choose a low impact hike and enjoy the scenery while learning about St. Croix’s rich history, the island’s formation, and wildlife ecology. Choose a high impact hike if you are looking for a physical challenge in addition to the educational experience. Whatever your pleasure, with BushTribe you are guaranteed a rich, entertaining and educational adventure.
Experience nature in all of its depth at Mt. Victory Camp! Go home with skills, knowledge and experiences to last you a lifetime. Owners Carmen and Matt Corradino offer guided hikes of the rainforest on and around their property, including spectacular ruins of an 1841 schoolhouse and the nearby sugar works. For those seeking an even deeper connection to nature, they also offer workshops in wild edible and medicinal plants, basic and advanced wilderness survival techniques, nature observation and tracking, and a whole host of earth based skills. As instructors at Tom Brown Jr’s Tracker School in New Jersey, they » Read more about: Mount Victory Camp »