Things To Do and Activity Guide for St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands
The island of St Thomas is the gateway to the Virgin Islands. From here, you can take small ferries to St John, Tortola and Virgin Gorda, hop on a 8-seat plane to St Barths, or rent a boat and set out for Anegada. For those who choose to stick around for a few days, there are a host of delightful diversions from golf at the Tom Fazio-designed Mahogany Run Course, to tennis, to dining in Frenchtown, to scuba and snorkeling excursions. Your WIMCO Villa Specialist can recommend things to do in St Thomas, and then make the reservations for you.
Coral World Marine Park
One of the world's largest coral-reef tanks, this Marine Park boasts an aquarium with more than twenty portholes providing close-ups of Caribbean sea life.
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Drake's Seat was a look out post for Sir Francis Drake where he kept watch of approaching enemy vessels. The panorama is especially breathtaking (and romantic) at dusk, and if you arrive late in the day You'll miss the hordes of day-trippers on taxi tours.
Government House - (Government Hill)
Government House serves as the governor's office, with the first floor open to the public. The staircases are of native mahogany, as are the plaques, which are hand-lettered in gold with the names of the governors appointed and elected. A deputy official can lead you on a tour of the second floor. The terrace view is worth the trip on its own. Calling ahead for an appointment suggested.
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