On a Caribbean Cruise, the capital island of the U.S. Virgin Island is often the first stop for travelers. Its easy access, use of American currency and cultural cues, as well as its reputation for safety, make St. Thomas the easy first choice. But just because it appeals to the comfortable side of travel doesn't mean that St. Thomas is basic. Just the opposite—the 80-square-kilometer (31-square-mile) island is full of superlatives. It's home to some of the Caribbean's highest viewpoints, spectacularly positioned among verdant tropical foliage. It offers some of the best snorkeling around. And the island has got the hands-down coolest attraction in the region—an ice museum.
Cruise to St. Thomas and surround yourself with pristine beaches, excellent shopping and dining. Charlotte Amalie, the main town in St. Thomas, buzzes with activity. It's one of the busiest cruise ports in the Caribbean. Founded in 1666 and renamed in 1691 to honor the Danish queen, Charlotte Amalie contains excellent of all Danish-colonial architecture. In fact, a number of sites in Charlotte Amalie are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Seeking a relaxing vacation for a fun adventure? Explore an array of activities like a guided Sea Trek Helmet Drive at Coral World Ocean Park, or go snorkeling and after relax under the palms while sipping on a refreshing beverage. Discover these activities ranging from scuba diving to food tours on a cruise to St. Thomas