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St. Croix

By the water or under the sea, there’s a surprise around every reef, cove and dune.

Whether you seek surf and seclusion or excitement and adventure, St. Croix will satisfy your every desire.

The easternmost place in the United States offers a variety of unique diversions, from pristine beaches to fascinating historical sites.

Absorb Crucian culture in Christiansted and Frederiksted, the two largest towns on the island, explore Buck Island—one of only three underwater national monuments in the U.S—or just enjoy the Caribbean sun on one of our many breathtaking beaches. On St. Croix, there is simply no excuse not to have fun.


Grape Tree Beach/Divi Beach


Grape Tree Beach is a long, lovely, white sand beach extending both east and west past Divi Carina Beach Resort.

Green Cay


Located near Tamarind Reef, Green Cay has a wonderful view of both Buck Island and Green Cay itself. It is usually quiet and calm. Shade is available and there is good snorkeling.

Hibiscus Beach


Hibiscus Beach is located at Hibiscus Beach Resort in Little Princess. It is a little rocky and is great for snorkeling. With a beachside bar and restuarant, Hibiscus Beach is a great place to spend an afternoon.

Isaac's Bay


Hike to breathtaking Isaac's Bay from Jack's Bay, or arrive by boat. This beach is home to Hawksbill and Green Turtle nests and is protected by the Nature Conservatory. The calm, deep waters at secluded Isaac’s Bay make it great for swimming and amazing for snorkeling.

Jack's Bay


Accessible only by foot or boat, you can hike to beautiful Jack's Bay from Point Udall or from the far left of Grape Tree Bay. Like Isaac's Bay, this beach is home to Hawksbill and Green Turtle nests and is protected by the Nature Conservatory. Enjoy snorkeling and privacy on Jack’s Bay, and then hike around the bend to Isaac’s Bay.

Judith's Fancy


The beach at Judith's Fancy is great for surfing. When the tide is out, snorkelers can enjoy a sizeable portion of the reef. This beach is not good for swimming but it is a good place to find coral and shells washed up on shore.

La Grange


Relax at La Grange beach with a free umbrella and beach chair. There are restrooms, showers, a restaurant and live entertainment every Friday and Sunday. If you need more action, rent snorkel or dive gear right on the beach.

Manchenil (Hay Penny Beach)


Manchenil is a very long, white sand beach on the south side of St. Croix, accessible by a dirt road. Look for the pink pillars off South Shore Rd. The beach is mostly deserted during the week, but is popular on weekends with island residents.

Mermaid Beach


Mermaid Beach is a spectacular white sand beach located at the Buccaneer Resort. For those seeking refuge from the bright Caribbean sun, the shore is shaded with tall coconut trees. A beach bar and open-air restaurant are located a short distance from the sandy beachfront. For non-hotel guests, a fee is collected for parking on the hotel grounds.

Monk's Bath


A rocky bottom and hollowed-out coral make quiet Monk’s Bath a good beach for snorkeling.