It’s A “No Worries” Kind Of Place

Do you hear that? It’s the steady beat of steel drums, the clinking of ice in a glass, and the sound of waves lapping against the powder-soft sand. While some aspects of travel have changed, St. Thomas’ laidback island vibes remain as welcoming as ever. With enhanced cleaning practices and updated safety protocols in place, your St. Thomas resorts are Vacation Ready.

Ditch your devices in favor of a delicious tropical drink and swap your office chair for a sun lounger. That Zoom meeting can wait — you’re on island time now. Browse the guide below and get ready to find paradise in St. Thomas during your stay at Margaritaville Vacation Club by Wyndham - St. Thomas.


From blissful beaches to tropical adventures, many of the top attractions in St. Thomas are welcoming back visitors right now.

Blue beach chairs sit under a straw umbrella in front of the ocean at Margaritaville Vacation Club by Wyndham - St. Thomas.

Framed by the Caribbean Sea to the south and the Atlantic Ocean to the north, St. Thomas offers plenty of sun-kissed beaches to suit your vacation style. Rated one of the best beaches in the Caribbean, beautiful Magens Bay Beach stretches along a well-protected cove, making it ideal for swimmers and sunbathers alike. Lesser-known Lindquist Beach is one of the island’s prettiest, while Coki Point delights snorkelers with its colorful undersea show.

The sun sets over the bright blue ocean surrounding St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, where sailboats float at an inlet.
Historic Landmarks

Of the five National Historic Landmarks in the U.S. Virgin Islands, three are found on St. Thomas. It’s hard to miss Fort Christian’s bright red facade — home to the St. Thomas Museum and also the oldest-standing structure on the Virgin Islands. Other designated landmarks include the St. Thomas Synagogue and Blackbeard’s Castle, an old watchtower reachable by the infamous “99 Steps” staircase. (Fun fact: There are actually 103 steps.)

Bright colored fish swim around coral reefs under the ocean near St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.
Coral World Ocean Park

The ultimate underwater playground is open. Coral World Ocean Park is once again welcoming visitors, though reservations are encouraged to help manage capacity limits. Explore the park’s above-ground nature trails and aquariums, or dive in and immerse yourself in all sorts of aquatic encounters.

A birds-eye-view of St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, with red-roofed buildings, blue ocean, and lush green landscape.
Charlotte Amalie

The largest city of the U.S. Virgin Islands is also its captivating capital. Best explored on foot, Charlotte Amalie’s winding streets are lined with stylish boutiques, fine dining, and stunning Dutch colonial architecture. Soak up the carefree vibes on Main Street, then head to the playful Frenchtown district to find the city’s coolest cafes and bars.

Where To Eat

From international cuisine to the daily catch closer to home, the food scene in St. Thomas offers something to tempt all taste buds. Many of the island’s top restaurants, bars, and cafes are reopening at partial indoor capacity and offering to-go, delivery, or outdoor seating.

A piece of a seafood dish on a fork at one of the top restauraunts in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.

One of the perks of island life is that you never have to wander far to find fresh seafood. Overlooking the Charlotte Amalie waterfront, local favorite Oceana is located on a historic estate once owned by the first Danish governor of St. Thomas. These days, Oceana’s open-air dining room and expansive lawn are the perfect spot for a sundowner before dinner. Choose from a delicious menu of fresh, seasonal seafood, surf and turf, sashimi, and more.

A server carries out two plates of food at one of the top places to eat in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands.
Old Stone Farmhouse

This award-winning, fine dining restaurant is truly one of a kind. Old Stone Farmhouse is set in a 200-year old, converted farm building and perched atop the lush, rolling St. Thomas countryside. This chef-driven restaurant draws inspiration from local Caribbean flavors and ingredients, creating a memorable menu that’s both elevated and approachable. Seating at Old Stone Farmhouse is limited and reservations are required.

Bags of coffee beans sit next to coffee being brewed in a pour-over system, showing the stages of how coffee is made.
Lattes in Paradise

Overlooking the American Yacht Harbor in Red Hook, this locally-owned cafe is a must for breakfast, lunch, or a quick caffeine fix in the afternoon. Dine-in and enjoy the marina views from their relaxing outdoor deck seating area or take your drink and sandwich to-go. Lattes in Paradise is best known for its delicious breakfast sandwiches and coffees, but their menu also includes hearty salads, baked goods, and pastries.

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