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Coral World Observation Tower

Enter the world of these fascinating, magnificent, and misunderstood creatures through our educational Shark Encounter. Learn the truth and myths about the ocean’s top predators. After your orientation session, a guide will take you to the Shark Shallows where you will have an opportunity to enter the pool with a variety of juvenile sharks that inhabit the waters of the Virgin Islands.

View the sharks up close from above and below the water as they circle around you. Become a shark fan instead of a foe. To promote conservation of sharks, Coral World has recreated a shark nursery offering juvenile sharks every opportunity to grow in a safe environment before being released to the wild. A portion of proceeds go towards shark conservation.

desde 49,41 €

Caneel Bay Resort North Shore Road Cruz Bay

Kayak - Hike - Snorkel in beautiful Caneel Bay on St. John in the beautiful Virgin Islands National Park which is the backdrop for this wonderful trip. Within its borders lie protected bays of crystal blue-green waters teeming with coral reef life.
You will see many beautiful white sandy beaches shaded by sea grape trees, coconut palms, and tropical forests providing habitat for over 800 species of plants. Our expert guides will show you 100's of exotic tropical fish. See for yourself why this area is an important bio-reserve. Explore the trail on turtle point as our nature guides point out unique plant and other native flora and fauna.

desde 74,53 €

Empezaremos la salida en la mañana desde los hoteles de East End / St Thomas para una parada corta, tomaremos el ferry hasta bahia Cruz, el puerto principal de St John. Una vez ahi entraremos a un mundo increible de aguas cristalinas protegido por el parque nacional. El tour hacia el parque abierto incluye conductor y guia por la plantacion de azucar. Para continuar haremos una parada para comer y descansar un momento. La tarde nos llevara a la bahia Trunk famosa por sus coloridos sitios y canales de agua.

desde 115,15 €

National Park Service St John 00830

Explore the best of Virgin Island National Park above and below the water in a small or private tour. A Depart from the Virgin Islands National Park Visitor Center and hike along the Lind Point Trail. A professional Nature Guide will introduce you to the tropical wonders of Virgin Islands National Park, explaining flora, fauna, cultural and historical trivia along the way.

Upon arriving at Honeymoon Beach your guide will teach you to snorkel and explore an adjacent coral reef with you identifying the colorful sea life. Afterwards, the final portion of your hike takes you through a grove of wild cinnamon, the botanical gardens of Caneel Bay Resort and on to the former Sugar Mill Plantation of Caneel Bay. A taxi will deliver you from the Caneel Taxi Stand back to the original departure point at the VI National Park's Visitor Center in Cruz Bay.
This is a limited availability tour, be sure to make your reservation early so you don't miss the date(s) you want.

desde 66,16 €

Coral World Observation Tower

If you can walk and breathe - you can Sea Trek. Experience the thrill of exploring the ocean and all its wonders, without giving up precious vacation time for specialized training. Sea Trek is the world's premier underwater helmet diving experience. Imagine walking in zero gravity while surrounded by incredible aquatic life - that's Sea Trek.

Following an orientation, a guide will lead you along an underwater trail near Coral World’s Undersea Observatory. The helmet provides the air, weight and stability to walk upright under the water. Your head and hair stay completely dry and you breathe normally inside the helmet. Fish and other sea creatures swim right up to your visor. Tour lasts for approximately half an hour in water.

desde 66,16 €

6526 Estate Nadir #2 St Thomas Virgin Island 00802

Nature guides kayak with you through the protected Inner Lagoon Marine Preserve as you pass in between the many beautiful Manglar islands that are made up of red mangroves. Many birds nest in the trees, such as the endangered brown pelican, blue herons, night herons, egrets, yellow warblers, hummingbirds and many more. Juvenile fish hide among the many roots of the red mangrove trees.

Paddlers glide in clear shallow water and often see southern sting rays and spotted eagle rays gliding beneath them with an occasional show of one jumping into the air. Arrive at the southernmost tip of St. Thomas where a fringing coral and shell rubble barrier reef divide the crystal clear waters of the lagoon and the Caribbean Sea. Snorkel a coral-fringed mangrove nursery with easy beach entry snorkel in the clear protected waters.
Guides offer snorkeling instruction, point out the marine life and interpret the diverse mangrove ecosystem.

desde 57,78 €

This is a highly informative and enjoyable two and a half hour tour of the highlights of St. Thomas, an island famous for beautiful views. Our experienced driver guides will show you breathtaking overlooks of Magen's Bay, St. John and the on-going chain of the British Virgin Islands. We stop at Mountain Top, a souvenir emporium and ''Home of the Banana Daiquiri'', where you can take photos and have a daiquiri with our compliments.

The next stop is Bluebeard’s Castle to check out the museum, which features sea-salvaged artifacts and spectacular views of the Harbor from the stone tower. A drive down the mountain will bring you to the center of downtown Charlotte Amalie, and historic Old Danish town, where you are on your own for lunch and browsing through the myriad world class Duty Free Shops on Main Street. The midafternoon return to host hotel is compliments of Tropic Tours.

desde 46,06 €

Caneel Bay Resort North Shore Road Cruz Bay

Enjoy a full day of fun with a picnic lunch exploring beautiful Caneel Bay on St. John on a Kayak, Hike and Snorkel adventure in the heart of the beautiful Virgin Islands National Park.
Kayak over turquoise waters, explore palm fringed beaches, hike along scenic wooded trails, snorkel over colorful coral reefs and enjoy a picnic lunch. While hiking, you may see wild deer, donkeys, mongoose and hermit crabs. Snorkelers will often swim with sea turtles and sting rays on St. John! The tour will be adapted to your preferences and athletic ability.

You will see many beautiful white sandy beaches shaded by sea grape trees, coconut palms, and tropical forests providing habitat for over 800 species of plants. Our expert guides will show you hundreds of exotic tropical fish. See for yourself why this area is an important UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Explore the trail on turtle point as our nature guides point out unique plant and other native flora and fauna.
Along the way you will enjoy scenic views of Hawksnest Bay, the Durloe Cays and the British Virgin Islands.

desde 119,76 €

Take a tour of the island of St. Thomas while being driven in air conditioned comfortable vehicles.

The Virgin Islands' astounding beauty has long overshadowed their unique history - at least in the eyes of most visitors. But for people interested in learning about the islands' most fascinating past, there is plenty to see and do!

Travel in comfort aboard our air-conditioned luxury buses, which feature large vista windows that are perfect for sightseeing!

Highlights include:

Fort Christian, a U.S. National Landmark, is the oldest standing structure in the Virgin Islands and home to the Virgin Islands Museum. You can find early island memorabilia and olds maps trace the islands’ history.
Market Square, a bustling produce marketplace, was once one of the West Indies' busiest 18th-century slave markets.
Blackbeard Castle, known during colonial times as Skytsborg, this 17th-century fortified tower also serves as a popular restaurant and hotel. Government Hill, looming over Charlotte Amalie, stands Blackbeard's Castle.
Government House has been the center of government in St. Thomas since the mid-1860s. Located in the hills not far from the heart of Charlotte Amalie, visitors interested in seeing St. Thomas's political life may tour the building's first two floors.
The 99 Steps, made by bricks that were once used as ballast on Danish and British ships, were built into the hillside to keep the orderly grid of the city intact These steps were built by the Danes in the mid-1700s who found “step-streets” to be the easiest way to climb up and down the steep hills of Charlotte Amalie. The bricks used to construct the steps were originally brought from Denmark as ballast in the holds of trading ships. There are actually 103 steps.
Mountain Top, located on the highest point of St. Thomas, Mountain Top affords visitors stunning panoramic views of Magens Bay, St. John and the British Virgin Islands from its expansive observation deck. One of the first attractions on the island, Mountain Top is best known for its world famous banana daiquiri and wide array of duty-free shopping.

desde 36,64 €

Coral World Observation Tower

Join two of our rescued Green Sea Turtles for an awesome experience in their home by the sea. Get closer than you ever could in the wild. During your orientation, you will learn about the biology and history of these beautiful creatures and the threats they face in the wild.

Your guide will then take you into the Turtle Pool where you will get a close up look at every part of these 150-pound plus turtles. You will even have a chance to scrub their shells or carapaces. Your experience is sure to make you an ambassador for the protection of threatened and endangered sea turtles worldwide.
Get ready for a very special experience! A portion of proceeds go towards Turtle Conservation.

desde 49,41 €

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