Learn about the local culture and life on the island.
Highlights of tour includes Cruz Bay, Annaberg Ruins.
Enjoy some beach time at Trunk Bay
Relax in the sand, soak up the rays and rent snorkel gear
Explore the self guided underwater world
About this activity
What's included, what's not
National Park fees and entrance fees
Pick up at Cruz Bay dock and/or selected hotels/resorts in St. John
Ferry transportation to St. John
Food and Beverages
What you can expect
Learn about the local culture and life on the smallest Virgin Island. Highlights of the tour include Cruz Bay, Annaberg Ruins, one of St. John’s premier historic sites, Leinster Bay Trail.
The Annaberg Sugar Plantation is a partially restored but the most intact sugar plantation in the Virgin Islands. It keeps the memory of the grueling times in 1717 when slaves were forced to work on the plantation which resulted in a revolt in 1733 which led to the abolishment of slavery.
Then we head on for more sightseeing adventure on to The Caneel Bay Overlook. It was discovered and built by Laurence Rockefeller on 1956 while sailing on a family cruise. This luxurious hideaway is accessible only by boat/ferry and its beaches are widely considered to be among the best in the world.Enjoy beach time at Trunk Bay. Relax in the sand, rent some snorkel gear or bring your own gear to explore the self-guided underwater world.Lunch stop is optional at your own expense.
- St. Thomas St. Thomas 00802