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While you’re waiting for your flight to leave, spend a little time planning your adventure.

To discover the hidden gems remember to book your Antilles EcoQuest!

Resources:

 
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favorite places to dine:

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  • Barefoot Buddha - One of the few establishments offering healthy, vegetarian, and vegan options. Great coffee! Across the street from your WICO docked ship.

  • Island Time Pub. Located in Red Hook, upstairs in the American Yacht Harbor plaza. Family friendly. View overlooks yacht harbor and St. John. Delicious pizza, sandwiches, and the best ahi tuna salad on island..·     

  • Tap and Still. Delicious burgers, fries, shakes. Two locations: one within walking distance of your WICO docked ship and one in Red Hook, in the American Yacht Harbor plaza. We especially like Tap and Still for their cautious use of wasteful products.

  • Pie Whole. Located in Frenchtown. Super pizza and salads. Close to the airport.


Highlights not to miss!

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  • Drake’s Seat and the view above Magens Bay

  • Utter Delight – alcohol infused ice cream for all ages, near Magens Bay.·      

  • Stop at the Skyline Dr lookout. View from above the Charlotte Amalie harbor, Hassel Island, and on a clear day St. Croix. Great place to sit and watch the sunset.

  • Spend a little time in Charlotte Amalie. Walk the narrow streets, view Danish architecture, and take in the sites of the capital of the U.S.V.I. 

  • Visit a beach. Walk barefoot along the shore, cool off in the crystal clear waters, the underwater world is captivating.

  • Nature lover’s should spend an entire day exploring St. John. Over half the island is managed by the National Park Service.  Park entry is free of charge. Stop at the Visiter Center located within walking distance of the ferry dock in Cruz Bay. 

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Please be cautious on your water usage while visiting, the islands. Rain catchments are universal. You’ll notice rum is more economical to purchase than fresh water. 

Recycling is not available to island residents. Cruise ships however DO RECYCLE! Please return to ship carrying your daily usage of trash, plastic containers, take out boxes, etc.

Remember to book that Antilles EcoQuest adventure – we can’t wait to show you our islands!

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