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St Croix Heritage Trail

The St. Croix Heritage Trail consists of a 72-mile long driving tour that brings you by many of the island's attractions and historic sites as well as many notable natural areas.  Brown and white road signs mark the historic trail and have a sugar mill logo which helps to direct visitors as they travel the route. The trail extends between Frederiksted and Christiansted, mostly following Centerline Road (Route 70). It goes all the way to Hamm's Bay on the north end of the island and all the way to Point Udall on the Eastern end of the island (the eastern most point in the U.S.) Visit their website for more information,

Rainforest around St. Croix Leap

This is a fifteen acre natural wonderland that is privately owned but is now open to the public. Click here for a video about St. Croix Leap.

St. George Botanical Gardens

The botanical gardens comprise 16 acres of beautifully managed gardens and tropical greenery that also includes the remains of a 19th century sugar cane plantation and rum factory. You will see more than 1,500 species of plants and trees at the gardens.   (more info...)


On the east end of the island you can take a wonderful hike to Jack's and Isaac's bays. Two absolutely beautiful and pristine examples of Caribbean beaches. On the west end of the island, near Cane Bay, you can hike the hills surrounding Blue Mountain, which stands at 1,096 feet and is St. Croix's second highest mountain (Mt. Eagle has the highest point, at 1165 feet). Located on the far northwest coast you can also hike to the Tide Pools at Annaly Bay.

Tide Pools at Annaly Bay

Bushtribe Eco Adventure Tours - 340-277-2503 - click here for more information


St. Croix Kayak Tours and rentals - St. Croix Kayaking, Caribbean Adventure Tours

Olasee Davis conducts group hikes (30-person maximum) on Sundays and holidays at a charge of US$15 per person. The itinerary changes regularly. Contact him at 778-9491 or 772-0325.

Camping - great fun for the whole family. Experience the natural side of St. Croix, up close and personal.  Mount Victory Camp - 340 772-1651, or toll free (866) 772-1651

The St. Croix Environmental Association (SEA) offers guided hikes into the Caledonia rainforest and in the Salt River National Park on a request basis. Salt River is where Columbus landed on November 14, 1593. This hike concentrates on describing the mangrove system and other ecological communities. Rainforest walk: the SEA rates the rainforest walk as strenuous because of the boulders and fallen trees. For more information call 773-1989. The charge is US$20 for adults and US$12 for children 12 and under.

St. Croix Heritage Tours (guided) - 340-778-6997, 719-9079 - Experience and enjoy the unusual!  Let St. Croix Heritage Tours customize a tour for you or your group through the mysterious plantation ruins, lush tropical vegetation, picturesque historic towns, stately sugar mills and imposing defensive forts.

Virgin Island Department of Tourism (self guided)
Christiansted -340-773-0495
Frederiksted -340-772-0357 (and info booth on Frederiksted Pier).

Safari Tours

St. Croix Safari Tours (Safari Van) - Tours are Monday-Friday,  and on weekends when cruise ships are in port.  SWEENY TOUSSAINT - Owner/Operator - 340-773-6700  Email:

Turtle Nesting Sightseeing

Leatherback turtles, the largest of all turtles and endangered throughout the United States range (federal register, June 2, 1970), have a nesting place in St. Croix. A nesting area was discovered in 1977 on the western end of St. Croix, USVI . Nesting can be found at the Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge (call them for details, tours, etc). The turtle nesting occurs at night. The United States nesting is restricted to St. Croix USVI, Florida, Culebra, and Puerto Rico. (Click here for more information on Leatherback turtles)


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