Day 1: Make A Splash

Morning: Spend the morning lounging poolside or head straight to Coki Point Beach for a little bit of snorkeling.

Afternoon: Coral World Ocean Park is a must-do. The park is the perfect place to learn about local marine conservation — and get up close and personal with sharks, seals, and other aquatic creatures.

Evening: Head south to Red Hook, overlooking Vessup Bay. This lively little marina comes alive after sunset, so stick around for a taste of Tuscany at Pesce, followed by drinks at quirky dive Duffy’s Love Shack.

Day 2: Beach, Please

Morning: Grab a light breakfast and coffee from Picaso’s. Then, head west to Hull Bay Beach, where you can catch some local surfers dropping in — or catch a few waves yourself.

Afternoon: Pack plenty of SPF because you’ll want to soak up the sun all afternoon at nearby Magens Bay Beach, rated one of the top beaches in the Caribbean.

Evening: For the best panoramic views of St. Thomas at sunset, stop at Mountain Top, where you can also sample the original banana daiquiri, if you’re so inclined. For dinner, the award-winning Caribbean cuisine at Old Stone Farmhouse will leave you on cloud nine.

Day 3: Sights & Delights

Morning: On your last day in St. Thomas, head to Charlotte Amalie and take your time enjoying brunch at Bella Blu before wandering the charming Frenchtown historic district.

Afternoon: Browse the many shops and boutiques on Main Street at your leisure, then make your way up the “99 Steps” to Blackbeard’s Castle, an old watchtower said to be used by the famous pirate himself. Other can’t-miss heritage sites nearby include Fort Christian and the St. Thomas Synagogue.

Evening: The open-air Havensight Mall and Yacht Haven Grande are a duty-free shopper’s paradise. End your trip on a delicious note at The Smoking Rooster, a dockside eatery serving house-made smoked meats with local Frenchtown Brewery beers on tap.

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