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St. Thomas - Almenningsgarðar og náttúra

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Gjafaverslun
“Five minute drive that has all your beach needs. Beach chairs flotation devices, paddle boards,food, drinks . The sand is pure white with the clearest water.”
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Almenningsgarður
“Historic pavilion where slaves were bought and sold. Now used for local cultural events.”
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Almenningsgarður
“National Park Visitors Center has information about the Park from guided tours to informative literature”
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Almenningsgarður
“This is a beautiful Botanical Garden located 5 minutes away from the cottage. ”
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Almenningsgarður
“Get up close and personal with sea life. Only one of its kind in the Caribbean.”
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Almenningsgarður
“There is a Theatre, lots of artsy places. great for taking souvenirs home that where made on island. ”
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Botanical Garden
“This is a real treat for plant lovers! They are open! Phantasea reopened on Nov. 10, 2017. Facility is now open from 9:00 - 5:00 seven days per week again! The two acre garden is more beautiful than before the storms with blooming orchids, bromeliads, lilies, palms, and more. Outstanding views from Magen's Bay to Tortola, St. John and the cruise ship harbor. Come and relax in the calming serenity of nature as lizards scurry about and butterflies and birds fly throughout the garden. Stop and rest in their Balinese gazebo or at their other seating areas. Visit their resident wildlife - parrots, tortoises, peacocks and chickens - and learn about the garden plants and inhabitants with their interpretive signs. Approx. 45 minutes - one hour average time to visit. Great for children and families. Cold water and tropical juices for sale. Cash and credit cards accepted. Easy to find, just follow the signs posted along the roadways with the bright pink flowers.”
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Almenningsgarður
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Strendur

Beach
“Fun beach, great crowd, wonderful snorkeling, often live music and delicious bacon cheeseburger”
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Beach
“Don't go unless you have directions and a car with good ground clearance and know how to drive on unimproved dirt roads. If you see a storm blow in get out before the road gets wet. Good food and well worth the effort. Live music at times. ”
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Beach
“Very isolated private secluded beach on the FARRRRR West end of the island. If your looking for an adventure & hike, look no farther! From start to finish it's an adventure! Not your typical beach, its very unique!Mermaid's Chair is a sand bar which separates the Atlantic Ocean from the Caribbean Sea, and which connects Botany Bay to Little St. Thomas. ”
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Beach
“Little Magens is actually part of Magens Bay. On the right along the Peterborg Peninsula, which frames Magens Bay, are a few little sandy coves, the largest is called Little Magens. There is no parking and no road. To access the little beach you must start at Magens Bay. Facing the water at Magens Bay, head right along the beach until you get to the end of the beach and then walk along the rocky shoreline. Little Magens is a pretty beach and is often sparsely populated. Nude bathing is overlooked at Little Magens, but be aware that public nudity, including at beaches, is illegal in the Virgin Islands. But if you hate tan lines this is your spot!”
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Beach
“Bolongo Beach is a very rustic natural beach with some amenities. Family friendly with some excursions offered here too! A little rocky but the water feels so nice! There's a Bar/Restaurant/pool right on the beach as well. Sometimes there's live music. Be careful though sometimes I see SEA URCHINS, be careful where you walk. ”
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Beach
“Mandahl Bay is usually sparsely populated with the exception of a couple people fishing from shore. The beach has a rustic, natural charm to it; be it the pelicans diving for lunch with their expert aim and skill or the small tide pools with tiny fish and crabs. The small tide pools are neat for exploring. The beach and the water area are rocky. The area around the beach is not developed, there are no facilities nearby. People line fish from the rocky shore and man-made rock wall entrance to the nearby lagoon/salt pond.”
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