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Attractions near Cruise Port- -St. Thomas: St. Thomas’ foremost touring company takes you to see mangrove swamps, nurse sharks, tropical fish, barracudas, snowy egrets and other natural wonders during three- or five-hour kayak tours. Most tours ply the waters of St Thomas Marine Sanctuary, but the company also offers tours in Caneel Bay on St. John and to historic Hassel Island just offshore downtown Charlotte Amalie. Experienced naturalists lead groups of two to 50 participants, providing informed commentary on the indigenous flora and fauna of the area. The trips include about an hour’s worth of easy kayaking, a half-hour walk and a half-hour stop for snorkeling and underwater exploration. It may sound strenuous, but the tours are easy enough for young children and fit elderly folks to participate.

St. Thomas’ Best Attractions: St. Thomas’ foremost touring company takes you to see mangrove estuaries, nurse sharks, tropical fish, barracudas, snowy egrets and other natural wonders during three- or five-hour kayak tours. Most tours ply the waters of St Thomas Mangrove Lagoon Wildlife Sanctuary & Marine Reserve, but the company also offers tours in Caneel Bay on St. John and to historic Hassel Island just offshore downtown Charlotte Amalie. Experienced naturalists lead groups of two to 50 participants, providing informed commentary on the indigenous flora and fauna of the area. The trips includes about an hour’s worth of easy kayaking, a half-hour walk and a half-hour stop for snorkeling and underwater exploration.

Scuba Diving & Snorkeling: Mangrove swamps, nurse sharks, tropical fish, barracudas and snowy egrets are just a few of nature’s wonders on view during these three- or five-hour kayak tours offered by Ecotours. Most tours ply the waters of St Thomas Marine Sanctuary, but they are also offered in Caneel Bay St. John and Hassel Island St. Thomas. Groups of two to fifty participants are led by experienced naturalists who provide excellent commentary on the indigenous flora and fauna of the area. The trips includes about an hour’s worth of easy kayaking, a half-hour walk, and a half-hour stop for snorkeling and underwater exploration. It may sound strenuous, but the tours are easy enough for young children and fit elderly folks to participate in.

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Local Expert Chelle Koster Walton Says:

Attractions near Cruise Port- -St. Thomas, St. Thomas’ Best Attractions: “The ecotours are suitable for paddlers and snorkelers of all ages and skill levels.”

Best for Attractions near Cruise Port- -St. Thomas, St. Thomas’ Best Attractions Because: It regularly wins kudos as the U.S. Virgin Island’s best eco-tourism attraction.



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