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#1 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
This is an absolute must for nature-lovers, as it is a tranquil, tropical paradise!
A must do for nature lovers
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Lindqvist Beach Smith Bay
#2 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
You pay to park and enter ($10), but everything about this place is quality; clean, secure, beautiful white sand, and a fantastic view - an archipelago view - the barrier islands and St Johns, Tortolo, and Jost Va...
Plenty of benches in the shade and gorgeous nature to explore without cruise ship tourists messing everything up.
#3 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
The chairs and umbrellas are free and this end is less crowded than the other where all the party boats park.
I think if you search around the waterfront near Mongoose Junction you can find the Zodiac, don’t ask the park service, I think that just causes friction.
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#4 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
So you take the ferry over, rent a golf cart that your kids are only too thrilled to drive over pot holed roads to a broken down fort at the end of the island with killer views, then park it on Honeymoon Beach for...
If you want a quiet vacation where you can get away from it all and connect with nature, this is the place for you.
#5 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
Easy to park and walk down to the beach!
Was a little confusing where to park, since we knew part of the plan was lunch at the Sunset Grill, we took a spot noted for that.
Magens Bay Magens Bay
#6 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
Laying on the beach, snorkeling, water skiing or just soaking up the sun with a sissy umbrella drink, Megan's Bay THE place to forget the world and simply enjoy the beauty of nature.
STUNNING GOOD TIP: very crowded at car park entrance however a short walk along the beach gets a lot quieter.
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#7 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
As we drove up we stopped on the road to park in the look out, great view of Magen's Bay, as well as some surrounding islands.
If you want to see Magens bay in peace come here and park your car.
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Morningstar Beach South Coast
#8 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
Sapphire Beach East End
#9 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
We came here last week for a beach day, and it was pretty much perfect...its easy to park in their lot, a quick walk to the beach, and you can relax as long as you want to.
Even with the weather there was a windsurfer holding his own against mother nature.
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#10 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
The area is an independently owned nature park that serves as a beautiful display of the local reef wildlife as well as being a fountain of information about the ecology of the reef itself.
We really enjoyed the day at the park, we finished the day with the Turtle Encounter, I think Nicole was the guide, she was wonderful and very knowledgable.
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#11 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
Coki Point Beach Smith Bay
#12 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
The best beach in st Thomas Nature is free at your disposal just soak up the sun and enjoy the vibe You can rent snorkels and see the fish and the beautiful crystal water.
we had a great time at this beach after a visit to Coral World Ocean park; it was great for snorkeling and there were plenty of food/bars; you could rent gear also.
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Marina at Yacht Haven Grande Charlotte Amalie
#14 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
#15 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
Amazing nature, culture and scenic opportunity!
Great for plant enthusiasts and anyone who enjoys nature and great scenery
#16 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
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#17 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
Great beach, near the university, easy to park nearby, clean restrooms.
#19 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
This is a snorkel that you just dont want to miss.This is national park and required no entry fee (nice).
#20 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
This spot is a must for nature lovers young and old.
Emancipation Garden Charlotte Amalie
#21 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
This park brings back so many beautiful, nostalgic memories of my childhood.
Beautiful town park
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#22 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
Totally worth it to have your vehicle (Jeep is a must!) with you when you explore the Virgin Islands National Park.
Lindbergh Bay Beach Charlotte Amalie
#23 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
Nice park for kids at the end of the beach.
#24 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
You’ll get to gawk at some crazy amazing houses on the way down and back, but they pale in comparison with the beauty of nature you’ll witness when you get down to Mermaid’s Chair.
To get to the Mermaid's Chair you go to the east side of the island and park on the street outside the gates of The Preserve at Botany.
Limetree Beach South Coast
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#27 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
Below the viewing decks is a large gift shop and a nature walk that features lizards, birds, and plants of St Thomas.
#28 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
Franklin D. Roosevelt Park Charlotte Amalie
#29 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas
Great place to shop and learn the history of the park and city.
This is a memorial park devoted to Franklin D. Roosevelt.
#30 of 42 Nature & Parks in St. Thomas