If you live among the hustle and bustle of New York City and are looking for a place to get away, book a flight to St. Croix, the largest of the Virgin Islands. Peaceful and scenic, St. Croix guarantees its visitors the opportunity to relax, kick back and take in the sun. It takes a mere six hours to fly from New York to St. Croix. You can reach John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) by taking one of New York's many cabs. You can also take the Airtrain, which partners with the city's transit subways and the Long Island Railroad to provide people with an easy way to access the airport.
St. Croix is packed full of a wide array of exciting activities and enthralling forms of entertainment. You'll find a variety of diving sites, including Butler Bay Wrecks, where one can dive among the ruins of ships and freighters. Another notable diving spot is Frederiksted Pier, where you just might catch a glimpse of a seahorse or the rare roughback batfish. If you're looking for a chance to relax, you can head over to Cane Bay Beach, which offers a large sandy landscape and calm tides.
When you fly from New York to St. Croix, you'll be landing in Henry E. Rohlsen Airport (STX). The best way to get around is by using St. Croix's taxi system. They typically charge by person. It is rare that temperatures in St. Croix exceed 90 degrees, and it almost never dips below 70.
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