St. Croix Travel Guide
Plan Your St. Croix Vacation
The largest of the USVI, St. Croix is 40 miles (64 km) south of St. Thomas. Plantation ruins, reminiscent of the days when St. Croix was a great producer of sugar, dot the island. Its northwest is covered by a lush rain forest, its drier east end spotted with cacti. The restored Danish port of Christiansted and the more Victorian-looking Frederiksted are its main towns; Buck Island, off the island's northeast shore, attracts many day visitors.
St. Croix has more than 350 private villas scattered all over the island, from modest two-bedroom houses with just the... read more
St. Croix has restaurants scattered from one end to the other, so it's usually not hard to find a place to stop when you're... read more
Things To Do in St. Croix
Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.
Sailing to Buck Island: The beach at the western end of the island is a great spot to relax after a snorkeling adventure or a... Read more
Like creatures from the prehistoric past, green, leatherback, and hawksbill turtles crawl ashore during the annual April-to-November... Read more
On July 3, 1848, more than 8,000 slaves demanding their freedom marched half a mile from LaGrange to Frederiksted. Their actions forever... Read more
Out on the west end, where few tourists stay, Mount Victory Camp (Creque Dam Rd., Frederiksted 340/772–1651
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