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by bschir1030

This was one of our favorite ports! We decided to venture out to Megan’s Bay by taxi and it was such an easy experience. $10 a person to Megan’s Bay, gorgeous views of the island on the way to the beach. The beach itself is pristine, life guard on duty who were funny and friendly and pointed out houses that past US presidents had stayed in and gave us some history! The water was calm and lovely to swim in. I’d suggest water shoes for the pointy coral but we did just fine without them! The taxis are so easy to use and both drivers we had pointed out different things and the best views for a photo! As someone who was nervous to venture out without an excursion I found it SO easy to get to and from the beach. The shopping was awesome near the port and all the people were friendly and not pushy at all. The entire island is really beautiful with lots of history. Can’t wait to go back!


by axiangurl

Magens beach is an easy shuttle bus from port. Skip the taxis! No timer. Just enjoy at your own whim! Lots of shuttles to get back to cruise ship too!


by Aprilm424

St. Thomas is one of our favorite ports of call. Everything is beautiful people are friendly and it is where we buy all our jewelry from. We love it.


by Sugar68

St. Thomas is one of my favorite places. Great shopping and lots to do. Last time we were there we were sitting near the pier when a man from a local cafe came out with lettuce. Or at least I thought it was lettuce. The iguanas came rushing from the rocks lining the shore from as far away as 100 yards. They must've been conditioned to know when feeding time was. We watched them until they scarfed down all the scraps then some scurried back to the rocks while others looked to the tourists watching to see if they could get extra handouts. Very amusing and fun to watch.


by KLBway

We did not have a planned excursion in St Thomas. We originally planned to go to a restaurant called Cuzzins however it has been closed due to the hurricaine. Instead, we caught an open air taxi that took us on a 2 hour tour of the island. The driver took us to several locations and we got several beautiful pictures from 1500 feet above sea level.

Visited: May 12, 2018

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