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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.


Sprat Hall


This is a pretty bay located a short drive from Frederiksted. The beachside restaurant is perfect for grabbing a bite to eat and a couple of cool drinks.

Tamarind Beach


Located near Green Cay Marina, Tamarind Reef Bay is a tranquil beach with a small reef for snorkeling. Kayaks are available for rent, and there is also a restaurant.

The Grotto


The Grotto is located at the Buccaneer Resort, just one cove over from Mermaid Beach. Chairs, kayaks and a restaurant and bar are available at the resort. There is a fee for parking within the hotel grounds for non-hotel guests.

Turtle Beach


Stunning Turtle Beach is located on Buck Island. Here, you can relax on the white sand beach or partake in world-renowned snorkeling. Follow the underwater signs guiding you on a trail along the reef. Turtle Beach is the perfect spot to pack a lunch and spend the day.

Whistle Beach


Whistle Beach is one of three beaches at the Buccaneer Resort. Accessible only by path, this quiet, white sand beach is good for swimming and sunbathing.