Photo Courtesy of Shutterstock/Gerardo Borbolla SunsetBuck Island Through the PalmsCarribean sunsetWestern shoreNorth Shore looking towards Hams BluffWaters in afternoon on Buck Island snorkel

Families will love:

  • Gorgeous stretches of sand and surf
  • Adventure activities and water sports
  • Historic sites, such as Fort Frederik

St. Croix, the largest of the USVI in land mass, remains less developed than St. Thomas. On St. Croix, you can drive through 15 acres of dense vegetation, dubbed a "rain forest" by islanders, and spot the stone ruins of more than 100 once-thriving sugar plantations in the countryside. A former Danish stronghold, Christiansted, a pretty town with pastel painted 18th and ... more
St. Croix, the largest of the USVI in land mass, remains less developed than St. Thomas. On St. Croix, you can drive through 15 acres of dense vegetation, dubbed a "rain forest" by islanders, and spot the stone ruins of more than 100 once-thriving sugar plantations in the countryside. A former Danish stronghold, Christiansted, a pretty town with pastel painted 18th and 19th century buildings, also features a restored fort.

Written by Candyce H. Stapen less

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