Attractions St Croix

Gecko’s Island Adventures

Our ATV tour last approximately 1 1/2 -2 hours and covers 13 miles of tropical terrain.

It begins by riding along the west end coast before heading up into the hills. We make an stop at a overlook that gives you fantastic views of the north shore. As we continue, we make our way to the top of Mt. Stewart where you see panoramic views of the surrounding ocean. We visit plantation ruins from the early 1800’s where you get time to explore and take photographs. From there we descend through the sub-tropic Rain Forrest before ending the tour at a local beach with an on site restaurant/bar.

$135.00 per machine

Attractions St Croix

Paul & Jill’s Equestrian Stables

On the Beach…

Our best tropical trail ride is not complete without a ride along the beach. We have a picture stop to preserve the memory of the beautiful white sandy shore, the blues of the sea, and the picturesque coconut trees rising tall in the background. Jill will be happy to snap each individual group’s photos with their own camera. This ride also includes a nature tour to the rain forest, through the ruins of an historic slave village, then across the country pastures with gigantic Rain Trees, plus scenic hill top views.

Approximately a 1.5 hour tour, with an extra half-hour for check-in and mounting. Rides are available for families with little kids or older folks. Private rides by special request can be arranged at additional cost with several days notice (but are unlikely to be available around holidays).

Sample fruit from our exotic orchard
Sugar mill on our family’s plantation
Excellent horses for kids to experts
Reining, Trotting and Cantering lessons are included for the beginner as we ride
Saddle bags on each saddle for cameras and bottled water
Group or individual photos at the best scenic locations
The finest horses are owned and managed by Paul Wojciechowski and Jill Hurd. Jill, of Danish descent, was born and raised on St. Croix and has been riding the hills for years. She can tell you about the history of the islands; the flora, fauna, and a host of facts about St. Croix to highlight your vacation.

Unlike the rest of the Caribbean Islands, U.S. Passports are NOT required for U.S. citizens travelling to the USVI!

Attractions Sailing St Croix

St. Croix Water Sports Center

Voted “BEST JET SKI TOUR” in the entire US Virgin Islands for 2011!

Voted “Best Jet Ski Tour”, “Best Water Sports”, “Best Tourist Activity” and “Best Local Tour” for 2010 on St. Croix.

Excellent Service, Best Equipment!
You be the judge!!!

St. Croix’s premier award winning water sports company. We are focused on your safety and fun with over 25 years of experience, many of our customers are repeat customers 🙂 Family owned and operated.

Activities for the entire family: jet ski tours, islands only professional windsurfing school with certified instructors, snorkeling rentals and tours, double and quad paddle boats, single and double kayaks, sunfish sailing and more to come.

Located on a small private island – Hotel on the Cay – Christiansted’s only beach.

Brand New state of the art Yamaha Cruisers have arrived!!!

Retail shop with lots of new merchandise.

Gift Certificates available.

Attractions St Croix

St. George Village Botanical Garden St. Croix

St. George Village Botanical Garden of St. Croix is located on a sixteen acre site just off the Queen Mary Highway. The botanical collections, including over 1500 native and exotic species and varieties, are established in and around the restored buildings and stabilized ruins of a 19th century Danish sugar cane plantation. St. George offers island visitors a unique blend of St. Croix’s botanical, historical, and cultural heritage. The Museum Store and retail nursery offers a variety of tropical whimsies.

Attractions St Croix

St. Croix Landmarks Society St. Croix

Established in 1948, our mission is to advance understanding and appreciation of the unique historical and cultural legacy of St. Croix through preservation, research and education. The Landmarks Society is located at Whim Plantation and manages and operates three museums, Whim Plantation, Lawaetz Museum, and the Christiansted Apothecary Hall. In addition we have one of the best Caribbean Libraries in the world which has over 1200 books and manuscripts, 40,000 historical photographs, and over 1000 linear feet of archive documents from as early as the 1800s.