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Best things to do in Virgin Islands

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

“The most beautiful beach in PR and one of the best 10 in the world. You can access Culebra via ferry leaving from Ceiba (i can give you a phone number to call and book transportation) or by air in Vieques Air Link leaving from Old San Juan's Isla Grande Airport.”
61 locals recommend
“Beautiful beach with nice casual bar/restaurant. Try to go when there are fewer cruise ships in port ”
56 locals recommend
“Take the nature trail to the beach on a Virgin Gorda day trip. The stones are undiscovered by many and is said to be one the many hidden wonders of the world. Featured in many magazines, experience a clear beach take a crawl into the cave and chill in the nature's pool. Although frequented by tourist, I guarntee you will enjoy this beach. Be sure that your cellphones are charged for lots of memorable moments.”
15 locals recommend
“Bioluminescence is one of planet Earth’s best-kept secrets. Tiny organisms make the water glow at night. They found the perfect place to live in the Fajardo Bio Bay. Stir the water of the Bioluminescent Bay and lots of sparkles will activate. Glowing trails will swirl and flow with the water. The Fajardo Bio Bay Kayak Tour feels like discovering a whole new world. This bioluminescent bay is part of a nature reserve. The entrance is a beautiful mangrove channel. All along the way you are surrounded by protected life, and at night, the stars fill the sky!”
52 locals recommend
Other Great Outdoors
“A must visit before leaving At. Croix. There are a number of commercial charter to Buck Island you can find on the Boardwalk, just a few minutes away. ”
27 locals recommend
Scenic Lookout
“The Eastern most point of the US. Find a way to get here BEFORE sunrise and you will be the first in the US to see it!”
27 locals recommend
“The best little Parking Lot Bar you will ever visit. Sounds crazy but it is a great place. Daily specials,Good food, reasonable prices and a fun atmosphere”
34 locals recommend
“Big sandy beach makes this a favorite for sea turtles to lay their eggs. This park is only open on weekends and cruise ship days, but will also be closed during turtle season. There are no services out there so make sure you bring everything you need.”
11 locals recommend
“delicious upscale meal with ac...the espresso martinis will change your life.”
33 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“Moe's has the best selection of specialty food items, meats and produce! The selection is a bit more limited than other stores, but you will find some great goodies here!”
28 locals recommend
“Cayo Icacos is a small, uninhabited island off the coast of Fajardo, Puerto Rico. It forms part of the Cordillera Keys Nature Reserve and is under the jurisdiction of the Department of Natural Resources and Environment. It is a fifteen-minute water taxi ride from Fajardo.[1] The island is a popular snorkeling and tourist destination.”
22 locals recommend
“Best Calzones you will ever have. Really good pizza too. Happy hour prices until 7pm.”
29 locals recommend
Administrative Area Level 1
“One of the most popular things to do is to take a day trip to St. John, there are tons of beaches and half the island is a national park. You can either take the car barge over or you can take the ferry and rent a car for a day while you are there! ”
23 locals recommend
“Red Hook has several Bars and Restaurants. Some of our favorite places to visit include: Island Time Pub: located at the American Yacht Harbour. This bar and grill has live music and good food. Looks out over the marina. The Tap and Still: This has a great Happy Hour from 3-6. $3.00 drinks. They also are known for having great burgers and wings. Very reasonably priced. Lattes In Paradise: Great Breakfast joint and coffee spot. Sunset Grille: American Food with a great view. A little past red hook area. Pesce: Great Italian food and wine selection.** XO Bistro: Amazing seafood and wine selection.** **May want to set up a reservation, especially during high season. Agave: Awesome mexican and margaritas. Raw: Great fresh Sushi place. ”
35 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Lindquist Beach is located right next to Sapphire. This is a very private beach. It does cost money to enter but has very few people. You can bring the beach chairs provided from the room to the beach to relax. ”
17 locals recommend
“We recommend going on a true sail with Captain Carl of the Teroro II. (Other outfits in Christiansted say they are on a catamaran, but put too many people on the boat for a good time, and only motor out without sailing). Find Captain Carl online!”
8 locals recommend