Buck Island Reef National Monument-A trip to St. Croix is not complete without a trip to Buck Island. The snorkeling is great for beginners as well as the more proficient. Buck Island is 176 acre island about a mile and a half off the coast of Saint Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands. There are a few different tour companies that offer trips over to the island. -Read TripAdvisor Reviews

Sandy Point National Wildlife Refuge. This is a bit tough to get to but the beach is a must see. Described by some as one of the most beautiful in the world. The refuge is located at the southwest end of St. Croix, just south of Frederiksted. Sandy Point is only open from October through April. Be sure to call in advance 340-773-4554- Read TripAdvisor Reviews

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Isaacs Bay
Isaacs Bay

Looking for a secluded Caribbean beach? Isaacs Bay is near Point Udall and requires a 20-30 minute hike down to the beach. Take lots of water & sunscreen with you. Note: Don't leave valuables in the car. You may want to leave your windows down as well as some tourist have been known to have their windows smashed out. -Read TripAdvisor Reviews



Point Udall
Point Udall

Show them your "You Should Be Here" sign at the Eastern most point of the United States. Point Udall is on the far east side of the island and you will need a car to reach it. The terrain here is very dry and desert like. On a clear day you can see St. Thomas and other islands as well.

There are several snorkeling, kayaking and boat tours as well as horseback riding and sightseeing tours.-Read TripAdvisor Reviews Here

Where To Stay

The Beaches

“Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.” – Andre Gide

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